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Nationality  American
Education  Stanford University
Fields  theoretical physics
Doctoral advisor  Stephen Shenker
Alma mater  Stanford University
Name  Matthew Kleban

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Institutions  New York University Institute for Advanced Study

Known for  String theory, Cosmology

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Matthew Benjamin Kleban is an American theoretical physicist who works on string theory and theoretical cosmology. He is an associate professor at New York University, a member of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics, and a former member at the Institute for Advanced Study. His contributions to physics include:


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  • The discovery of the first distinct signature of the black hole singularity in AdS/CFT (with Lukasz Fidkowski, Veronika Hubeny and Stephen Shenker)
  • Pioneering work on the subtleties of very late-time cosmology in the presence of a positive cosmological constant, and the "Boltzmann brain" problem (with Lisa Dyson and Leonard Susskind)
  • A determination of the effects of cosmic bubble collisions on the microwave background radiation and other cosmological observables.

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    Selected works

  • Fidkowski, Lukasz; Hubeny, Veronika; Kleban, Matthew; Shenker, Stephen (6 February 2004). "The Black Hole Singularity in AdS/CFT". Journal of High Energy Physics. 2004 (2). Bibcode:2004JHEP...02..014F. arXiv:hep-th/0306170 . doi:10.1088/1126-6708/2004/02/014. 
  • References

    Matthew Kleban Wikipedia