nLab Neil Lambert

Neil Lambert is professor for theoretical physics at King’s College London.

Selected writings

On obtaining massive type IIA supergravity from a form o D=11 supergravity:

On the 3-brane in 6d as a black brane in an M5-brane/NS5-brane worldvolume

and of its relation to D=4 N=2 super Yang-Mills theory:

On Dp-D(p+2) brane intersections (such as D1-D3 brane intersections) as spikes/BIons from the M5-brane:

On multiple M2-branes and the BLG model/ABJM model of their worldvolume theory:

and specifically in relation to heterotic M-theory:

On D1-D5-brane bound states:

On M2-M5 brane bound states:

New approach to construction of candidate Lagrangian densities for D=6 N=(2,0) SCFTs:

Description of the D=6 N=(1,0) SCFT induced form a non-Lorentz invariant 5d Lagrangian:

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