Towards a Local Proof of the Local Langlands Correspondence
University of Chicago and University of Illinois at Chicago, May 12-13, 2012
UPDATE : All talks will be in "Lecture Center C", shown in this map, and not in the mathematics department. |
Welcome to the home page for the weekend workshop "Towards a Local Proof of the Local Langlands Correspondence", to be held at the University of Illinois at Chicago, May 12 - 13, 2012. The workshop's primary aim is to provide graduate students and young researchers with an overview of the recent developments in the field. There will be series of talks on the following subjects, emphasizing the geometric nature of the correspondence:
A purely local proof of the local Langlands correspondence appears finally to be within reach, so please come along and help us achieve this goal!
On the remaining pages of the workshop website you will find more information about the talks, the registration page, and some practical information. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Morrow (University of Chicago)
Ramin Takloo-Bighash (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Sandeep Varma (University of Chicago)
Liang Xiao (University of Chicago)
- Introduction to the Lubin-Tate spaces (by A. Caraiani).
- The cohomology of the Lubin-Tate tower (by M. Strauch).
- Moduli of p-divisible groups (by J. Weinstein).
- Introduction to the theory of smooth representations of p-adic groups via types and covers (by P. Kutzko).
- Local Langlands correspondence and zeta
functions of varieties over finite fields (by M. Boyarchenko).