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Some progress in computing exact black hole entropy using localization

Murthy, S (Universiteit Utrecht)
Monday 28 May 2012, 14:00-14:45



I will report on some recent progress in computing the exact quantum entropy of supersymmetric black holes using localization techniques. After a brief review of recent developments, I will present new results on the derivation of the full solution manifold of the localization equations in N=2 supergravity. I will then discuss some clues that are emerging about the (ir)relevance of (non) F-terms to the quantum black hole entropy.


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