# M. de la Torre MayadoUniversidad de Salamanca · Department of Fundamental Physics

M. de la Torre Mayado

PhD Physics

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January 1991 - present

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In this paper, kink scattering in the dimensional reduction of the bosonic sector of a one-parameter family of generalized Wess-Zumino models with three vacuum points is discussed. The value of the model parameter determines the specific location of the vacua. The influence of the vacuum arrangements (evolving from three collinear vacua to three va...

In this paper, kink scattering in the dimensional reduction of the bosonic sector of a one-parameter family of generalized Wess-Zumino models with three vacuum points is discussed. The value of the model parameter determines the specific location of the vacua. The influence of the vacuum arrangements (evolving from three collinear vacua to three va...

The different types of orbits in the classical problem of two particles with equal masses and opposite charges on a plane under the influence of a constant orthogonal magnetic field are classified. The equations of the system are reduced to the problem of a Coulomb center plus a harmonic oscillator. The associated bifurcation diagram is fully expla...

The different types of orbits in the classical problem of two particles with equal masses and opposite charges on a plane under the influence of a constant orthogonal magnetic field are classified. The equations of the system are reduced to the problem of a Coulomb center plus a harmonic oscillator. The associated bifurcation diagram is fully expla...

The different types of orbits in the classical problem of two particles with equal masses and opposite charges on a plane under the influence of a constant orthogonal magnetic field are classified. The equations of the system are reduced to the problem of a Coulomb center plus a harmonic oscillator. The associated bifurcation diagram is fully expla...

Separable Hamiltonian systems either in sphero-conical coordinates on an S
2 sphere or in elliptic coordinates on a \({\mathbb R}^2\) plane are described in a unified way. A back and forth route connecting these Liouville Type I separable systems is unveiled. It is shown how the gnomonic projection and its inverse map allow us to pass from a Liouvi...

Pareas snakes possess outstanding asymmetry in the mandibular tooth number, which has probably been caused by its evolution to improve the feeding on the predominant dextral snails. Gene mutation can generate chiral inversion on the snail body. A sinistral snail population can thrive in this ecological context. The interactions between dextral/sini...

Separable Hamiltonian systems either in sphero-conical coordinates on a $S^2$ sphere or in elliptic coordinates on a ${\mathbb R}^2$ plane are described in an unified way. A back and forth route connecting these Liouville Type I separable systems is unveiled. It is shown how the gnomonic projection and its inverse map allow us to pass from a Liouvi...

Pareatic snakes possess outstanding asymmetry in the mandibular tooth number, which has probably been caused by its evolution to improve the feeding on the predominant dextral snails. Gene mutation can generate chiral inversion on the snail body. A sinistral snail population can thrive in this ecological context. The interactions between dextral/si...

A trajectory isomorphism between the two Newtonian fixed center problem in the sphere and two associated planar two fixed center problems is constructed by performing two simultaneous gnomonic projections in $S^2$. This isomorphism converts the original quadratures into elliptic integrals and allows the bifurcation diagram of the spherical problem...

Spectral heat kernel/zeta function regularization procedures are employed in this paper to control the divergences arising from vacuum fluctuations of Bogomolnyi-Prasad-Sommerfield vortices in the Abelian Higgs model. Zero modes of vortex fluctuations are the source of difficulties appearing when the standard Gilkey-de Witt expansion is performed....

The quantum problem of an electron moving in a plane under the field created by two Coulombian centers admits simple analytical solutions for some particular inter-center distances. These elementary eigenfunctions, akin to those found by Demkov for the analogous three dimensional problem, are calculated using the framework of quasi-exact solvabilit...

It is shown that the Confluent Heun Equation (CHEq) reduces for certain
conditions of the parameters to a particular class of Quasi-Exactly Solvable
models, associated with the Lie algebra $sl (2,{\mathbb R})$. As a consequence
it is possible to find a set of polynomial solutions of this quasi-exactly
solvable version of the CHEq. These finite solu...

Planar supersymmetric quantum mechanical systems with separable spectral
problem in curvilinear coordinates are analyzed in full generality. We
explicitly construct the supersymmetric extension of the Euler/Pauli
Hamiltonian describing the motion of a light particle in the field of two heavy
fixed Coulombian centers. We shall also show how the SUSY...

Two planar supersymmetric quantum mechanical systems built around the quantum
integrable Kepler/Coulomb and Euler/Coulomb problems are analyzed in depth. The
supersymmetric spectra of both systems are unveiled, profiting from symmetry
operators not related to invariance with respect to rotations. It is shown
analytically how the first problem arise...

The domain wall solutions of a Ginzburg-Landau non-linear -sigma hybrid model are unveiled. There are three types of basic topological walls and two types of degenerate families ouf
composite -one topological, the other non-topological-walls. The domain wall solutions are identified as the finite action
trajectories (in infinite time) of a related...

The solitary waves of massive (1+1)-dimensional nonlinear S^N-sigma models are unveiled. It is shown that the solitary waves in these systems are in one-to-one correspondence with the separatrix trajectories in the repulsive N-dimensional Neumann mechanical problem. There are topological (heteroclinic trajectories) and non-topological (homoclinic t...

In these Lectures a method is described to analyze the effect of quantum fluctuations on topological defect backgrounds up to the one-loop level. The method is based on the spectral heat kernel/zeta function regularization procedure, and it is first applied to various types of kinks arising in several deformed linear and non-linear sigma models wit...

A formula is derived that allows the computation of one-loop mass shifts for self-dual semilocal topological solitons. These extended objects, which in three spatial dimensions are called semi-local strings, arise in a generalized Abelian Higgs model with a doublet of complex Higgs fields. Having a mixture of global, SU(2), and local (gauge), U(1),...

Mass shifts induced by one-loop fluctuations of semi-local self-dual vortices are computed. The procedure is based on canonical quantization and heat kernel/ zeta function regularization methods. The issue of the survival of the classical degeneracy in the semi-classical regime is explored.

The problem of building supersymmetry in the quantum mechanics of two Coulombian centers of force is analyzed. It is shown that there are essentially two ways of proceeding. The spectral problems of the SUSY (scalar) Hamiltonians are quite similar and become tantamount to solving entangled families of Razavy and Whittaker-Hill equations in the firs...

In this series of lectures a method is developed to compute one-loop shifts to classical masses of kinks, multi-component kinks, and self-dual vortices. Canonical quantization is used to show that the mass shift induced by one-loop quantum fluctuations is the trace of the square root of the differential operator governing these fluctuations. Standa...

A formula is derived that allows us to compute one-loop mass shifts for kinks and self-dual Abrikosov-Nielsen-Olesen vortices. The procedure is based in canonical quantization and heat kernel/zeta function regularization methods. Comment: LaTex file, 8 pages, 1 figure . Based on a talk given by J. M. G. at the 7th Workshop on Quantum Field Theory u...

Links between supersymmetric classical and quantum mechanics are explored. Diagrammatic representations for \hbar-expansions of norms of ground states are provided. The WKB spectra of supersymmetric non harmonic oscillators are found.

The mass shift induced by one-loop quantum fluctuations on self-dual ANO
vortices is computed using heat kernel/generalized zeta function regularization
methods. The quantum masses of super-imposed multi-vortices with vorticity
lower than five are given. The case of two separate vortices with a quantum of
magnetic flux is also discussed.

We discuss the solitary wave solutions of a particular two-component scalar field model in two-dimensional Minkowski space. These solitary waves involve one, two or four lumps of energy. The adiabatic motion of these composite nonlinear non-dispersive waves points to variations in shape.

Superpotentials in ${\cal N}=2$ supersymmetric classical mechanics are no more than the Hamilton characteristic function of the Hamilton-Jacobi theory for the associated purely bosonic dynamical system. Modulo a global sign, there are several superpotentials ruling Hamilton-Jacobi separable supersymmetric systems, with a number of degrees of freedo...

The mass shift induced by one-loop quantum fluctuations on self-dual ANO vortices is computed using heat kernel/generalized zeta function regularization methods.

In this work we identify the manifold of solitary waves arising in a three-component scalar field model using the Bogomol'nyi arrangement of the energy functional. A rich structure of topological and non-topological kinks exists in the different sub-models contained in the theory.

We discuss classical and quantum aspects of the dynamics of a family of domain walls arising in a generalized Wess-Zumino model. These domain walls can be embedded in ${\cal N}=1$ supergravity as exact solutions and are composed of two basic lumps.

Supersymmetric extensions of Hamilton-Jacobi separable Liouville mechanical
systems with two degrees of freedom are defined. It is shown that supersymmetry
can be implemented in this type of systems in two independent ways. The
structure of the constants of motion is unveiled and the entanglement between
integrability and supersymmetry is explored.

Planar quantum electrodynamics is developed when charged fermions are under the influence of a constant and homogeneous external magnetic field. We compute the cross-length for the scattering of optical/ultraviolet photons by Dirac-Landau electrons.

The low energy dynamics of degenerated BPS domain walls arising in a generalized Wess-Zumino model is described as geodesic motion in the space of these topological walls.

The generalization of the Maupertuis principle to second-order Variational Calculus is performed. The stability of the solutions of a natural dynamical system is thus analyzed via the extension of the Theorem of Jacobi. It is shown that the Morse Theory of the trajectories in the dynamical system is identical to the Morse Theory of geodesics in the...

The Compton effect in a two-dimensional world is compared with the same process in ordinary three-dimensional space.

Algebro-geometric methods are applied to the theoretical understanding of the fractionary quantum Hall effect on a periodic lattice. The fermionic Fock space of the many-electron system is precisely identified, and as a consequence, the variational Haldane-Rezayi ground state is decomposed in terms of one-particle wave functions at the first Landau...

Quantization of Chern-Simons field theory by means of path integrals on the moduli space of SU(2)-bundles over T2 is carried out. The method proves to be very effective in the description of the Hilbert space and in the computation of some observables. The shift of the coupling constant appears as being due to the anomaly of quantum theory with res...

We address fundamental theoretical questions in the Quantum HallEffect from the point of view of the Differential Topology and Alge-braic Geometry. We show how extremely delicate and significant phe-nomena in Condensed Matter Physics and highly sophisticated ideasin Modern Mathematics are interwoven.