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Nathan Seiberg at Harvard University (*)

Nathan "Nati" Seiberg, born in 1956, is an Israel-born American theoretical physicist who works on string theory. He is currently a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, USA. His contributions to physics include:

* papers from the early 1990s about the application of holomorphy to calculations in gauge theories with supersymmetry

* articles about the strong-weak duality (S-duality) in the context of supersymmetric gauge theories

* papers written with Edward Witten about the complete solution of N=2 supersymmetric gauge theories in four dimensions

* a paper on Matrix theory and M theory in the discrete Light-Cone Quantization

* his and Edward Witten's analysis of the appearance of non-commutative geometry in theories containing open strings, and an identification of a low energy limit of open string dynamics as a noncommutative quantum field theory

* OM-theory (with Andrew Strominger and Shiraz Minwalla)


* Nathan Seiberg's web page at the Institute

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