Postdoc researcher in Mathematical Physics at the University of Hertfordshire. PhD candidate in Theoretical Physics at the Centre for Research in String Theory (currently known as Centre for Research in Theoretical Physics) at Queen Mary University of London, under the supervision of prof. David Berman.
My main research interest lies in the global geometric structures underlying the dualities of string theory and M-theory, to join the dots between double field theory, gerbes, generalized geometry, non-geometry and T-folds.
On global double field theory formulated in higher differential geometry:
Luigi Alfonsi, Global Double Field Theory is Higher Kaluza-Klein Theory, Fortschr. Phys. 2020, 68, 2000010. (arXiv:1912.07089, doi:10.1002/prop.202000010)
(relating Kaluza-Klein compactification on principal ∞-bundles to double field theory, T-folds, non-abelian T-duality, type II geometry, exceptional geometry, …)
Luigi Alfonsi, The puzzle of global Double Field Theory: open problems and the case for a Higher Kaluza-Klein perspective, Fortschr. Phys. 2021, 2000102 (arXiv:2007.04969, doi:10.1002/prop.202000102))
Review:
On the geometric quantization of a sigma-model in double field theory:
On other global geometric aspects of theoretical physics (e.g. classical double copy):
PhD thesis:
Extended geometry from higher geometry, gong show at Higher Structures in QFT and String Theory, 13th July 2021
Towards an extended/higher correspondence – generalised geometry, bundle gerbes and global T-duality, seminar at University of Hertfordshire, 12th May 2021
Global Double Field Theory and tensor hierarchy, seminar at Prague Mathematical Physics Seminar Series, 1st April 2021 (recording)
Higher geometric aspects of global Double Field Theory, seminar at Exceptional Geometry Seminar Series, 28th August 2020 (recording, slides)
Global Double Field Theory is Higher Kaluza-Klein Theory, regular seminar at Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), Potsdam, 16th March 2020.
Global Double Field Theory as gerbe geometry, talk at Generalized Geometry and Applications, University of Hamburg, 3rd March 2020.
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