Type IIA Moduli Stabilization

@article{Dewolfe2005TypeIM,
  title={Type IIA Moduli Stabilization},
  author={Oliver Dewolfe and Alexander Giryavets and Shamit Kachru and Washington Taylor},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={2005},
  pages={066-066}
}
We demonstrate that flux compactifications of type IIA string theory can classically stabilize all geometric moduli. For a particular orientifold background, we explicitly construct an infinite family of supersymmetric vacua with all moduli stabilized at arbitrarily large volume, weak coupling, and small negative cosmological constant. We obtain these solutions from both ten-dimensional and four-dimensional perspectives. For more general backgrounds, we study the equations for supersymmetric… Expand
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