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Supersymmetric AdS5 black holes
 J. High Energy Phys
"... Abstract: Supersymmetric, asymptotically AdS5, black hole solutions of five dimensional gauged supergravity coupled to arbitrarily many abelian vector multiplets are presented. The general nature of supersymmetric solutions of this theory is discussed. All maximally supersymmetric solutions of this ..."
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Abstract: Supersymmetric, asymptotically AdS5, black hole solutions of five dimensional gauged supergravity coupled to arbitrarily many abelian vector multiplets are presented. The general nature of supersymmetric solutions of this theory is discussed. All maximally supersymmetric solutions of this theory (with or without gauging) are obtained.
Nearhorizon geometries of supersymmetric AdS(5) black holes
 JHEP 12 (2007) 015; [arXiv:0708.3695]. 16 Hari K. Kunduri, James Lucietti and Harvey S. Reall, Supersymmetric multicharge AdS5 black holes, JHEP 04 (2006) 036; [hepth/0601156
"... We provide a classification of nearhorizon geometries of supersymmetric, asymptotically antide Sitter, black holes of fivedimensional U(1) 3gauged supergravity which admit two rotational symmetries. We find three possibilities: a topologically spherical horizon, an S 1 × S 2 horizon and a toroida ..."
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We provide a classification of nearhorizon geometries of supersymmetric, asymptotically antide Sitter, black holes of fivedimensional U(1) 3gauged supergravity which admit two rotational symmetries. We find three possibilities: a topologically spherical horizon, an S 1 × S 2 horizon and a toroidal horizon. The nearhorizon geometry of the topologically spherical case turns out to be that of the most general known supersymmetric, asymptotically antide Sitter, black hole of U(1) 3gauged supergravity. The other two cases have constant scalars and only exist in particular regions of this moduli space – in particular they do not exist within minimal gauged supergravity. We also find a solution corresponding to the nearhorizon geometry of a threecharge supersymmetric black ring held in equilibrium by a conical singularity; when lifted to type IIB supergravity this solution can be made regular, resulting in a discrete family of warped AdS3 geometries. Analogous results are presented in U(1) n gauged supergravity. 1
Nearing 11d extremal intersecting giants and new decoupled sectors
 in D = 3,6 SCFT’s, arXiv:0805.0203 [hepth]. 29
"... We extend the analysis of arXiv:0801.4457 [hepth] to charged black hole solutions of fourdimensional U(1) 4 gauged supergravity which carry three charges. There are two decoupling nearhorizon limits, one over the nearBPS black hole solution and the other over the nearextremal, but nonBPS geome ..."
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We extend the analysis of arXiv:0801.4457 [hepth] to charged black hole solutions of fourdimensional U(1) 4 gauged supergravity which carry three charges. There are two decoupling nearhorizon limits, one over the nearBPS black hole solution and the other over the nearextremal, but nonBPS geometry. Taking the limit over the eleven dimensional uplift of these black hole solutions, for both of these cases we obtain a geometry which has a piece (conformal) to rotating BTZ×S 2. We study the 4d, 11d and 5d, 3d black hole properties. Moreover, we show that the BTZ×S 2 geometry obtained after the nearBPS (nearextremal) limit is also a solution to fivedimensional U(1) 3 ungauged (gauged) STU supergravity. Based on these decoupling limits we argue that there should be sectors of 3d CFT resulting from low energy limit of theory on N M2branes (N → ∞), which are decoupled from the rest of the theory and are effectively described by a 2d CFT. The central charge of the 2d CFT in both nearBPS and nearextremal case scales as N. The engineering dimension of the operators in these decoupled
hepth/0307300 Charged configurations in (A)dS spaces
, 2003
"... We construct new backgrounds of ddimensional gravity with a negative cosmological constant coupled to a mform field strength. We find a class of magnetically charged antide Sitter black holes with mdimensional Einstein horizon of positive, zero or negative curvature. We also construct a new magne ..."
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We construct new backgrounds of ddimensional gravity with a negative cosmological constant coupled to a mform field strength. We find a class of magnetically charged antide Sitter black holes with mdimensional Einstein horizon of positive, zero or negative curvature. We also construct a new magnetic codimension four brane for the case of m = 3. This brane obeys a charge quantization condition of the form q ∼ L 2 where q is the magnetic 3form charge and L is the AdS radius. In addition, we work out some timedependent solutions.
hepth/0303211 A Supersymmetric and Smooth Compactification of
, 2003
"... We obtain a class of smooth Mtheory solutions whose geometry is a warped product of AdS5 and a compact internal space that can be viewed as an S4 bundle over S2. The bundle can be trivial or twisted, depending on the even or odd values of the two diagonal monopole charges. The solution preserves N ..."
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We obtain a class of smooth Mtheory solutions whose geometry is a warped product of AdS5 and a compact internal space that can be viewed as an S4 bundle over S2. The bundle can be trivial or twisted, depending on the even or odd values of the two diagonal monopole charges. The solution preserves N = 2 supersymmetry, and is dual to an N = 1 D = 4 superconformal field theory at the boundary of AdS5. This provides a concrete framework to study the AdS5/CFT4 correspondence in Mtheory. We also construct the analogous embeddings of AdS4, AdS3 and AdS2 in massive type IIA, type IIB and Mtheory, respectively. The internal spaces, which have generalized holonomy, can be viewed as Sn bundles over S2 for n = 4, 5 and 7. Thus, surprisingly, the dimensions of spaces with generalized holonomy includes D = 9. We also obtain a large class of solutions of AdS×H2. 1 Research supported in full by the European Community’s Human Potential Programme under
hepth/0412081 N = 4 Fake Supergravity
, 2004
"... We study curved and flat BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 gauged supergravity and show that their effective dynamics along the flow is described by a generalized form of “fake supergravity”. This generalizes previous work in N = 2 supergravity and might hint towards a universal behavior of gauged super ..."
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We study curved and flat BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 gauged supergravity and show that their effective dynamics along the flow is described by a generalized form of “fake supergravity”. This generalizes previous work in N = 2 supergravity and might hint towards a universal behavior of gauged supergravity theories in supersymmetric domain wall backgrounds. We show that BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 supergravity can never be curved if they are supported by the supergravity scalar only. Furthermore, a purely Abelian gauge group or a purely semisimple gauge group can never lead to a curved domain wall, and the flat walls for these gaugings always exhibit a runaway behavior.
SUITP05/003 hepth/0412081
, 2005
"... We study curved and flat BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 gauged supergravity and show that their effective dynamics along the flow is described by a generalized form of “fake supergravity”. This generalizes previous work in N = 2 supergravity and might hint towards a universal behavior of gauged super ..."
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We study curved and flat BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 gauged supergravity and show that their effective dynamics along the flow is described by a generalized form of “fake supergravity”. This generalizes previous work in N = 2 supergravity and might hint towards a universal behavior of gauged supergravity theories in supersymmetric domain wall backgrounds. We show that BPSdomain walls in 5D, N = 4 supergravity can never be curved if they are supported by the supergravity scalar only. Furthermore, a purely Abelian gauge group or a purely semisimple gauge group can never lead to a curved domain wall, and the flat walls for these gaugings always exhibit a runaway behavior.
hepth/0304022 Interpolating from AdSD−2 × S 2 to AdSD
, 2003
"... We investigate a large class of supersymmetric magnetic brane solutions supported by U(1) gauge fields in AdS gauged supergravities. We obtain firstorder equations in terms of a superpotential. In particular, we find systems which interpolate between AdSD−2 × Ω 2 (where Ω 2 = S 2 or H 2) at the hor ..."
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We investigate a large class of supersymmetric magnetic brane solutions supported by U(1) gauge fields in AdS gauged supergravities. We obtain firstorder equations in terms of a superpotential. In particular, we find systems which interpolate between AdSD−2 × Ω 2 (where Ω 2 = S 2 or H 2) at the horizon and AdSDtype geometry in the asymptotic region, for 4 ≤ D ≤ 7. The boundary geometry of the AdSDtype metric is MinkowskiD−3 × Ω2. This provides smooth supergravity solutions for which the boundary of the AdS spacetime compactifies spontaneously. These solutions indicate the existence of a large class of superconformal field theories in diverse dimensions whose renormalization group flow runs from the UV to the IR fixedpoint. We show that the same set of firstorder equations also admits solutions which are asymptotically AdSD−2 × Ω2 but singular at small distance. This implies that the stationary AdSD−2 × Ω2 solutions typically lie on the inflection points of the modulus space. 1 Research supported in full by the European Community’s Human Potential Programme under