## Abstract

We show that all smooth Killing horizons with compact horizon sections of 4-dimensional gauged N = 2 supergravity coupled to any number of vector multiplets preserve 2 c_{1}(K) + 4 ℓ supersymmetries, where K is a pull-back of the Hodge bundle of the special Kähler manifold on the horizon spatial section. We also demonstrate that all such horizons with c_{1}(K) = 0 exhibit an sl(2 ℝ) symmetry and preserve either 4 or 8 supersymmetries. If the orbits of the sl(2 ℝ) symmetry are 2-dimensional, the horizons are warped products of AdS_{2} with the horizon spatial section. Otherwise, the horizon section admits an isometry which preserves all the fields. The proof of these results is centered on the use of index theorem in conjunction with an appropriate generalization of the Lichnerowicz theorem for horizons that preserve at least one supersymmetry. In all c_{1}(K) = 0 cases, we specify the local geometry of spatial horizon sections and demonstrate that the solutions are determined by first order non-linear ordinary differential equations on some of the fields.

Original language | English |
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Article number | 150 |

Journal | Journal of High Energy Physics |

Volume | 2017 |

Issue number | 3 |

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Publication status | Published - 28 Mar 2017 |

## Keywords

- Black Holes
- Black Holes in String Theory
- Supergravity Models