Holographic methods and applications to black holes
Kostas Skenderis
University of Amsterdam
Fri, Apr. 06th 2007, 10:30
Salle Claude Itzykson, Bât. 774, Orme des Merisiers
\begin{center}(attention : heure inhabituelle / unusual hour)\end{center} \par We discuss how to extract quantum field theory data from solutions that are asympotically AdSp x Sq. We apply this method to general 2-charge fuzzball solutions that is, horizon-free non-singular solutions of IIB supergravity characterized by a number of curves. We propose a precise map that relates any given curve to a specific superposition of R ground states of the D1-D5 system. To test this proposal we compute the holographic 1-point functions associated with these solutions, namely the conserved charges and the vacuum expectation values of chiral primary operators of the boundary theory, and find perfect agreement within the approximations used. All kinematical constraints are satisfied and the proposal is compatible with dynamical constraints.


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