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TASI Lectures: Particle Physics from Perturbative and Nonperturbative Effects in Dbraneworlds
TASI Lectures: Particle Physics from Perturbative and Nonperturbative Effects in Dbraneworlds,Mirjam Cvetic,James Halverson
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Mirjam Cvetic
,
James Halverson
In these notes we review aspects of semirealistic
particle physics
from the
point of view
of type II orientifold compactifications. We discuss the appearance of gauge theories on spacetime filling Dbranes which wrap nontrivial cycles in the CalabiYau. Chiral matter can appear at their intersections, with a natural interpretation of family replication given by the topological intersection number. We discuss global consistency, including tadpole cancellation and the generalized GreenSchwarz mechanism, and also the importance of related global $U(1)$ symmetries for superpotential couplings. We review the basics of Dinstantons, which can generate superpotential corrections to charged matter couplings forbidden by the global $U(1)$ symmetries and may play an important role in moduli stabilization. Finally, for the purpose of studying the landscape, we discuss certain advantages of studying quiver gauge theories which arise from type II orientifold compactifications rather than globally defined models. We utilize the type IIa geometric picture and CFT techniques to illustrate the main physical points, though sometimes we supplement the discussion from the type IIb perspective using complex algebraic geometry.
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Toric construction of global Ftheory GUTs
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Toric construction of global Ftheory GUTs
Johanna Knapp
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Maximilian Kreuzer
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Christoph Mayrhofer
,
NilsOle Walliser
Journal:
Journal of High Energy Physics  J HIGH ENERGY PHYS
, vol. 2011, no. 3, pp. 137, 2011