University of Chicago Number Theory Seminar

Spring 2012: Wesnesday 3:30-5pm, room Eckhart 312


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    Schedule

    Date

    Speaker

    Topic

    March 28

    Nicolás Ojeda Bär
    (Harvard/U Chicago)

    Towards a cohomological construction of Breuil-Kisin modules
    I will present an approach to the construction of Breuil-Kisin modules using crystalline cohomology .... (Show Abstract)

    April 10
    3-4:30pm

    Pierre Matsumi
    (Inst. Math. Sci. at Chennai)

    Class field theory for varieties over local fields via Bloch's exact sequence
    (Note the different time: Tuesday)
    30 years ago, Spencer Bloch proved class field theory for arithmetic surface X. .... (Show Abstract)

    April 11

    Deepam Patel
    (Indiana U at Bloomington)

    Motivic Structures on higher homotopy theory
    In this talk, we will construct a motivic structure on the n-th homotopy group of Pn minus n+2 hyperplanes in general position. .... (Show Abstract)

    April 16
    3-4:30pm

    Byoung Du Kim
    (Victoria Univ of Wellington)

    Two-variable p-adic L-functions of modular forms for non-ordinary primes.
    (Note the different time: Monday 3pm, and different room E308)
    We construct a two-variable p-adic L-function of an eigenform .... (Show Abstract)

    May 1
    3-4:30pm

    Preston Wake
    (Univ of Chicago)

    Hecke algebras for p-adic modular forms
    (Note the different time: Tuesday 3pm, and different room RY358)
    We consider the Eisenstein component of the Hecke algebra for ordinary p-adic modular forms ....(Show Abstract)

    May 2

    Robert Harron
    (Univ. of Wisconsin)

    L-invariants of symmetric powers of modular forms
    In this talk, I'll discuss the Iwasawa theory of symmetric powers of modular forms ....(Show Abstract)

    May 9

    Jared Weinstein
    (Boston Univ)

    Crystalline Dieudonné theory over semiperfect rings
    The theory of the Dieudonné crystal attaches a linear algebra object to a Barsotti-Tate group .... (Show Abstract)

    May 11
    2:30-4:00pm

    Sug Woo Shin
    (MIT)

    Fields of rationality for automorphic representations
    (Note the different time: Friday 2:30pm, Room Ryerson 358)
    Loosely speaking, the field of rationality for a normalized modular form is the extension field of Q generated by the coefficients in its q-expansion .... (Show Abstract)

    May 16

    Tetsushi Ito
    (Kyoto University)

    Endoscopy and the l-adic cohomology of the Rapoport-Zink space for GSp(4)
    In this talk, we consider supercuspidal representations in the cohomology of the Rapoport-Zink space for GSp(4) in each degree .... (Show Abstract)

    May 23

    Matthew Morrow
    (Univ of Chicago)

    An idelic modification of the Gersten conjecture in K-theory
    I will describe some recent work towards the construction of a framework which would allow us to use idèle-type resolutions to compute the cohomology of sheaves of K-groups on arbitrary schemes .... (Show Abstract)

    May 30

    Thomas Haines
    (Univ of Maryland)

    A Tannakian approach to Bruhat-Tits buildings and parahoric group schemes
    I will explain a Tannakian formalism which describes each parahoric group scheme as an automorphism group .... (Show Abstract)

    June 6
    1:30-3pm

    Jack Thorne
    (Harvard University)

    Residually reducible Galois representations and the Fontaine-Mazur conjecture
    (Note the different time: Wednesday 1:30pm, same room: Eckhart 312)
    A theorem of Skinner-Wiles states that an odd, ordinary 2-dimensional p-adic Galois representation which is residually reducible is automatically modular ....(Show Abstract)

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