Peter Ouyang, Ph.D.

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2004 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Elementary Particles and High Energy Physics
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Igor R. Klebanov grad student 2004 Princeton
 (Dualities between semiclassical strings and quantum gauge field theories.)
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Hashimoto A, Ouyang P, Yamazaki M. (2014) Boundaries and defects of N = 4 SYM with 4 supercharges. Part II: Brane constructions and 3d N = 2 field theories Journal of High Energy Physics. 2014
Hashimoto A, Ouyang P, Yamazaki M. (2014) Boundaries And Defects Of N = 4 SYM With 4 Supercharges. Part I: Boundary/Junction Conditions Journal of High Energy Physics. 2014
Hashimoto A, Hirano S, Ouyang P. (2011) Branes and fluxes in special holonomy manifolds and cascading field theories Journal of High Energy Physics. 2011
Aharony O, Hashimoto A, Hirano S, et al. (2010) D-brane charges in gravitational duals of 2 + 1 dimensional gauge theories and duality cascades Journal of High Energy Physics. 2010: 72
Chen HY, Ouyang P, Shiu G. (2010) On supersymmetric D7-branes in the warped deformed conifold Journal of High Energy Physics. 2010
Hashimoto A, Ouyang P. (2008) Supergravity dual of Chern-Simons Yang-Mills theory with N = 6,8 superconformal IR fixed point Journal of High Energy Physics. 2008
Everett LL, Kim IW, Ouyang P, et al. (2008) Moduli stabilization and supersymmetry breaking in deflected mirage mediation Journal of High Energy Physics. 2008
Berenstein D, Ouyang P, Pinansky SB, et al. (2005) Supersymmetry breaking from a Calabi-Yau singularity Journal of High Energy Physics. A1067-A1094
Klebanov IR, Ouyang P. (2004) Do Chiral Soliton Models Predict Pentaquarks Arxiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology. 227-238
Ouyang P. (2004) Holomorphic D7-branes and flavored N = 1 gauge theories Nuclear Physics B. 699: 207-225
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