David Berman is professor in theoretical physics at Queen Mary University of London.
On boundary conditions for interacting M2-branes in regarding through the ABJM model:
On U-duality and diffeomorphisms in exceptional generalized geometry:
A review of exceptional field theory:
On the formulation of strings and black branes of supergravity (crucially including the exotic branes) respectively as pp-waves and monopoles in double field theory/exceptional field theory:
David Berman, Felix J. Rudolph, Branes are Waves and Monopoles (arXiv:1409.6314)
David Berman, Edvard Musaev, Ray Otsuki, Exotic Branes in M-Theory, contribution to: Dualities and Generalized Geometries, Corfu Summer Institute 2018 (arXiv:1903.10247)
About the formulation string theory/M-theory in terms of generalized geometry:
About the global geometry of double field theory/exceptional field theory:
David Berman, Martin Cederwall, Axel Kleinschmidt, Daniel C. Thompson, The gauge structure of generalised diffeomorphisms (arXiv:1208.5884)
David Berman, Martin Cederwall, Malcolm Perry, Global aspects of double geometry (arXiv:1401.1311)
About Ehlers transformation being the double copy of S-duality in classical double copy:
On the classical double copy for D=11 supergravity:
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