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Five-Dimensional Path Integrals for Six-Dimensional SCFTs

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I will review some recent work, partly in collaboration with N. Lambert, A. Lipstein and P. Richmond, in which we explore a class of highly-supersymmetric non-Lorentzian gauge theories in five dimensions. Focussing first on symmetries, I will explain how such models encode the dynamics of 6d SCF Ts on flat Minkowski space, before discussing how 6d dynamical observables are realised in practise. I will finally discuss a few interesting aspects of these models, including a close analogy with Chern-Simons-matter theories for M2-branes, and the recovery of the classic DLCQ description of M5-branes in a particular degenerate limit.

This talk is part of the Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars series.

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