Paul S Aspinwall

Professor of Mathematics and Physics

Office: 
244 Math
Campus Box: 
90320
Phone: 
(919) 660-2874
Fax: 
(919) 660-2821

Details

A Point's Point of View of Stringy Geometry
J. High Energy Phys. (2003)

The monomial-divisor mirror map
Duke Mathematical Journal (1993)

Multiple mirror manifolds and topology change in string theory
Physics Letters B (1993)

Topological field-theory and rational curves
Communications In Mathematical Physics (1993)

Quantum algebraic-geometry of superstring compactifications
Nuclear Physics B (1991)

Geometry of mirror manifolds
Nuclear Physics B (1991)

Construction and couplings of mirror manifolds
Physics Letters B (1990)

Searching for 3-generation calabi-yau manifolds
Nuclear Physics B (1987)

Measuring Small Distances in N = 2 Sigma Models
Nucl.Phys.B420 (1994) 184-242, hep-th/93ll042. (0)

Heterotic-Heterotic String Duality and Multiple K3 Fibrations
Phys. Lett. B382 (1996) 81-88, hep-th/9602118. (0)

Education:
Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics - Oxford
2001 Langford Lecture, Duke
1999 Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, Alfred P. Sloan Foundadtion
1998 Invited Talk at ICM, ICM