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Black Hole Entropy from Quantum Mechanics

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I will motivate and study a holographic duality between on one hand superconformal quantum mechanics on the moduli space of Yang-Mills instantons, and on the other, M-theory on a particular background. I will exhibit a broad class of black hole solutions, whose entropy must be captured by a degeneracy of states in the quantum mechanics. Through an asymptotic study of the superconformal index in the supergravity regime, I will provide such a microstate counting for those black holes that are supersymmetric.

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

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