Physics

I spent 10 years (minus the occasional major interruption) studying and working as a post doc in string theory, most recently as a research associate in theoretical physics in the theoretical physics group at Masaryk University in Brno. I worked on string theory, more specifically my interest was in M-Theory and string dualities. You can read something about what I actually did.

My Publications:

1) A Double Sigma Model for Double Field Theory.
 By Neil B. Copland.
[arXiv:1111.1828 [hep-th]].

2) Thermalization of mutual and tripartite information in strongly coupled two dimensional conformal field theories.
By V. Balasubramanian, A. Bernamonti, N. Copland, B. Craps, F. Galli.
[arXiv:1110.0488 [hep-th]].
Phys.Rev. D84 (2011) 105017.

3) Connecting T-duality invariant theories.
By Neil B. Copland.
[arXiv:1106.1888 [hep-th]].
Nucl.Phys. B854 (2012) 575-591.

4) Holographic Thermalization.
By V. Balasubramanian, A. Bernamonti, J. de Boer, N. Copland, B. Craps, E. Keski-Vakkuri, B. Muller, A. Schafer et al..
[arXiv:1103.2683 [hep-th]].
Phys.Rev. D84 (2011) 026010.

5) Thermalization of Strongly Coupled Field Theories.
By V. Balasubramanian, A. Bernamonti, J. de Boer, N. Copland, B. Craps, E. Keski-Vakkuri, B. Muller, A. Schafer et al..
[arXiv:1012.4753 [hep-th]].
Phys.Rev.Lett. 106 (2011) 191601.

6) Introductory Lectures on Multiple Membranes.
By Neil B. Copland.
[arXiv:1012.0459 [hep-th]].

7) Background Field Equations for the Duality Symmetric String.
By David S. Berman, Neil B. Copland, Daniel C. Thompson.
[arXiv:0708.2267 [hep-th]].
Nucl.Phys. B791 (2008) 175-191.

8) Aspects of M-Theory Brane Interactions and String Theory Symmetries.
By Neil B. Copland.
[arXiv:0707.1317 [hep-th]].

9) The String partition function in Hull’s doubled formalism.
By David S Berman, Neil B Copland.
[hep-th/0701080].
Phys.Lett. B649 (2007) 325-333.

10) A Note on the M2-M5 brane system and fuzzy spheres.
By David S. Berman, Neil B. Copland.
[hep-th/0605086].
Phys.Lett. B639 (2006) 553-559.

11) Five-brane calibrations and fuzzy funnels.
By David S. Berman, Neil B. Copland.
[hep-th/0504044].
Nucl.Phys. B723 (2005) 117-131.