Daniel N Kabat
Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Office: Gillet 131
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D., 1993), California Polytechnic State Univ. (B.S, 1988).
Theoretical high-energy physics, in particular string theory and quantum gravity.
- Bulk equations of motion from CFT correlators (with G. Lifschytz), arXiv:1505.03755 [hep-th].
- Finite N and the failure of bulk locality: Black holes in AdS/CFT (with G. Lifschytz), JHEP 1409 (2014) 077, arXiv:1405.6394 [hep-th].
- On the mutual information in Hawking radiation (with N. Iizuka), Phys. Rev. D88 (2013) 084010, arXiv:1308.2386 [hep-th].
- Constructing local bulk observables in interacting AdS/CFT (with
G. Lifschytz and D. Lowe), Phys. Rev. D83 (2011) 106009, arXiv:1102.2910 [hep-th].
- Edges and diffractive effects in Casimir energies (with D. Karabali and V.P. Nair), Phys. Rev. D81 (2010) 125013, arXiv:1002.3575 [hep- th].
- A bulk inflaton from large-volume extra dimensions (with B. Greene, J. Levin and D. Thurston), Phys. Lett. B694 (2011) 485, arXiv:1001.1423 [hep-th].
- Bouncing and cyclic string gas cosmologies (with B. Greene and S. Marnerides), Phys. Rev. D80 (2009) 063526, arXiv:0809.1704 [hep-th].
Biographical sketch: Daniel Kabat received his B.S. in physics and mathematics from California Polytechnic State University in 1988 and his Ph.D. in physics from MIT in 1993. He held post-doctoral positions at Rutgers University, New York University and the Institute for Advanced Study. He joined the faculty at Columbia University in 1999 before moving to Lehman College in 2008.
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