University of Chicago Number Theory Seminar

Spring 2011: Tuesday 4:15-5:45pm, room Eckhart 312


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    Schedule

    Date

    Speaker

    Topic

    March 29

    Pierre Colmez
    (Jussieu)

    p-adic local Langlands correspondence for GL(2,Qp)

    April 5

    Hervé Jacquet
    (Columbia)

    Elementary proof of the Jacquet-Ye Fundamental Lemma
    The Fundamental Lemma in the title is an identity relating two kinds of Kloosterman sums ....(Show Abstract)

    April 12

    Tung-lin Tsai
    (Purdue)

    Stability of gamma-factors
    Gamma-factors are crucial in defining root numbers satisfying functional equations ....(Show Abstract)

    April 19

    Dihua Jiang
    (Minnesota)

    Construction of Endoscopy Correspondences for Classical Groups
    In this talk, we give integral transforms which explicitly construct certain families of endoscopy transfers for classical groups ....(Show Abstract)

    April 26

    Ramin Takloo-Bighash
    (UIC)

    Rational and integral points on compactifications of semi-simple groups
    I will explain results on the distribution of rational and integral points of bounded height ....(Show Abstract)

    Friday-Sunday April 29-May 1, note Atkin Memorial Lecture and Workshop at UIC

    May 3

    Xinwen Zhu
    (Harvard)

    Local models and Schubert varieties
    Local models serve as tools to study the local geometry of Shimura varieties ....(Show Abstract)

    May 10

    Jean-Marc Fontaine
    (l'Université Paris-Sud 11)

    The fundamental curve of p-adic Hodge theory
    We construct a "curve" X defined over Qp on which GK acts ....(Show Abstract)

    May 16

    Sug Woo Shin
    (IAS/MIT)
    Monday 2:30-4pm

    Statistics for families of automorphic representations
    (Note the different time)
    I will report on some statistical results on the Satake parameters (w.r.t. Sato-Tate distributions) for families of automorphic representations of G(A) ....(Show Abstract)

    Tuesday May 17, note FRG/RTG Workshop on L-functions, Galois Representations and Iwasawa theory at U Michigan

    May 24

    Laurent Lafforgue
    (IHES)

    Are there kernels of functoriality? The case of the identity transfer of GL(2)

    May 31

    Jayce Getz
    (McGill)

    Distinction, special cycles, and twisted relative trace formulae
    We use the twisted relative trace formula to construct cohomologically nontrivial cycles ....(Show Abstract)

    June 6

    Keerthi Madapusi
    Tuesday 2-3:30pm

    Toroidal compactifications for integral models of Shimura varieties of Hodge type
    (Note the different time)
    we construct toroidal compactifications of integral canonical models of Shimura varieties .... (Show Abstract)

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