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Berry's phase, supersymmetry and D-branes

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Berry’s phase is a beautiful and simple idea in quantum mechanics, with application to many areas of condensed matter physics. After reviewing the non-Abelian version of Berry’s phase, I will explain how this concept naturally fits together with supersymmetry. I will then show how to compute Berry’s phase in D-brane systems, using both traditional quantum mechanics, as well as AdS/CFT techniques.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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