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People > Matthew Kleban

Associate Professor of Physics

Ph. D., Stanford, 2003

M.A. University of California Berkeley, 2000

B.A. Reed College

Contact Information:

Phone:

(212) 998-8219

Email:

mk161 AT nyu.edu

Personal Home Page:



Address:

Office 524

4 Washington Place

New York, NY 10003



Research:

My research focuses on the intersection between string theory, cosmology, and particle physics. I am interested in the physics of black holes and gravitational thermodynamics, early universe cosmology and its implications for fundamental physics, and in formal aspects of string theory and quantum gravity.

Selected Publications:

Click here for an up-to-date list of my publications.

"When worlds collide." Spencer Chang, Matthew Kleban, Thomas S. Levi . Dec 2007. e-Print Archive: hep-th/0712.2261

"Expanding F-Theory." Matthew Kleban, Michele Redi. May 2007. e-Print Archive: hep-th/0705.2020

"Cosmic 21-cm fluctuations as a probe of fundamental physics." Matthew Kleban, Kris Sigurdson, Ian Swanson. March 2007. e-Print Archive: hep-th/0703215

"Transitions Between de Sitter Minima." Puneet Batra, Matthew Kleban . Dec 2006. e-Print Archive: hep-th/0612083.

"Causality Constrains Higher Curvature Corrections to Gravity." A. Gruzinov, M. Kleban . Dec 2006. e-Print Archive: hep-th/0612015.

"Gravitational Backreaction of Matter Inhomogeneities." A. Gruzinov, M. Kleban , M. Porrati, Michele Redi. e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0609553.

"Observational consequences of a landscape," with Ben Freivogel, Maria Rodriguez Martinez, and Leonard Susskind.
JHEP 0603:039,2006, hep-th/0505232.

"Poincare recurrences and topological diversity," with Massimo Porrati and Raul Rabadan.
JHEP 0410:030,2004, hep-th/0407192.

"Observational implications of cosmological event horizons," with Nemanja Kaloper and Lorenzo Sorbo.
Phys.Lett.B600:7-14,2004, astro-ph/0406099.

"(1+1)-dimensional compactifications of string theory," with Naureen Goheer and Leonard Susskind.
Phys.Rev.Lett.92:191601,2004, hep-th/0310120.

"The Black hole singularity in AdS / CFT," with Lukasz Fidkowski, Veronika Hubeny, and Stephen Shenker.
JHEP 0402:014,2004, hep-th/0306170.

"Disturbing implications of a cosmological constant," with Lisa Dyson and Leonard Susskind.
JHEP 0210:011,2002, hep-th/0208013.

"Signatures of short distance physics in the cosmic microwave background," with Nemanja Kaloper, Albion E. Lawrence, and Stephen Shenker.
Phys.Rev.D66:123510,2002, hep-th/0201158.