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A metric and geometry for heterotic moduli
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Heterotic vacua, defined by certain three complex-dimensional manifolds with a holomorphic bundle admitting a connection satisfying hermitian Yang-Mills and an anomaly condition, realise four-dimensional chiral gauge theories with N=1 SUSY . Exploiting the supersymmetric relations and geometry, we describe the alpha’-corrected couplings for the four-dimensional effective field theory. This a natural Kahler metric for the moduli space with a shockingly simple Kahler potential. Along the way, we discover a natural geometric structure for the heterotic moduli.
This talk is part of the Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars series.
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