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## Revision as of 13:19, 15 December 2006

Welcome to the String Theory Wiki! This wiki is aimed at students learning string theory. It lists and reviews useful string theory resources, such as books and review papers.

A wiki is a webpage which users can edit (like the encyclopedia Wikipedia). To edit a page, log in and then click on the "edit" tab at the top of the page.

### Physics Topics

- String theory for non-physicists
- String theory for physicists
- D branes
- The AdS/CFT correspondence
- Holographic renormalisation
- The BPS sector
- The BMN limit
- Spin chains and integrability

- Flux compactifications
- M Theory
- Matrix theory
- Membranes

- Noncommutativity
- Quantum Field Theory
- Representation Theory
- Differential Geometry
- General Relativity
- Cosmology
- Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetimes
- Black Holes

### Other Topics

- Maths and computers
- Using the arXiv

This wiki was set up by members of the String Theory Group at Queen Mary, University of London, but does not represent the views of the Group or the University, etc.