Number Theory Seminar

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Date, time & place Wednesday 17:00 - 18:00 056Room #056 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)
Organizer(s) Naoki Imai, Shane Kelly

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17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Kestutis Cesnavicius (Paris-Saclay University)
The affine Grassmannian as a presheaf quotient (English)
[ Abstract ]
The affine Grassmannian of a reductive group G is usually defined as the étale sheafification of the quotient of the loop group LG by the positive loop subgroup. I will discuss various triviality results for G-torsors which imply that this sheafification is often not necessary.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Kazuhiro Ito (The University of Tokyo, Kavli IPMU)
G-displays over prisms and deformation theory (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
The notion of display, which was introduced by Zink, has been successfully applied to the deformation theory of p-divisible groups. Recently, for a reductive group G over the ring of p-adic integers, Lau introduced the notion of G-display. In this talk, following the approach of Lau, we study displays and G-displays over the prismatic site of Bhatt-Scholze, and explain the deformation theory for them. As an application, we give an alternative proof of the classification of p-divisible groups over a complete discrete valuation ring of mixed characteristic (0, p) with perfect residue field, using our deformation theory.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Xinyao Zhang (University of Tokyo)
The modularity of elliptic curves over some number fields (English)
[ Abstract ]
As a non-trivial case of the Langlands reciprocity conjecture, the modularity of elliptic curves always intrigues number theorists, and a famous result was proved for semistable elliptic curves over \mathbb{Q} by Andrew Wiles, implying Fermat's Last Theorem. In recent years, many new results have been proved using sufficiently powerful modularity lifting theorems. For instance, Thorne proved that elliptic curves over the cyclotomic \mathbb{Z}_p-extension of \mathbb{Q} are modular. In this talk, I will sketch some of these results and try to give a new one that elliptic curves over the cyclotomic \mathbb{Z}_p-extension of a real quadratic field are modular under some technical assumptions.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Zijian Yao (University of Chicago)
The eigencurve over the boundary of the weight space (English)
[ Abstract ]
The eigencurve is a geometric object that p-adically interpolates eigenforms of finite slope. The global geometry of the eigencurve is somewhat mysterious, except that over the boundary, it is predicted to behave rather nicely (by the so-called Halo conjecture). This conjecture has been studied by Liu--Wan--Xiao for definite quaternion algebras. In this talk, we will report on some work in progress on this conjecture in the case of GL2. If time permits, we will discuss some generalizations towards groups beyond GL2. This is partially joint with H. Diao.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Laurent Fargues (Mathematics Institute of Jussieu–Paris Rive Gauche, University of Tokyo)
Some compact generators of D_{lis} (Bun_G,\Lambda) (English)
[ Abstract ]
I will speak about some aspect of my joint work with Scholze on the geomerization of the local Langlands correspondence. More precisely, I will explain how to construct explicitly some compact generators of the derived category of étale sheaves on Bun_G, the Artin v-stack of G-bundles on the curve. Those compact generators generalize the classical compactly induced representations in the classical local Langlands program. For this we construct some particular charts on Bun_G and this will be the occasion to review some geometric constructions in our joint work.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Shane Kelly (University of Tokyo)
A nilpotent variant cdh-topology (English)
[ Abstract ]
I will speak about a version of the cdh-topology which can see nilpotents, and applications to algebraic K-theory. This is joint work in progress with Shuji Saito.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Abhinandan (University of Tokyo)
Syntomic complex with coefficients (English)
[ Abstract ]
In the proof of $p$-adic crystalline comparison theorem, one of the most important steps in the approach of Fontaine and Messing is to establish a comparison between syntomic cohomology and p-adic étale cohomology via (Fontaine-Messing) period map. This approach was successfully generalized to the semistable case by Kato and a complete proof of crystalline and semistable comparison theorems for schemes was given by Tsuji. Few years ago, Colmez and Nizioł gave a new interpretation of the (local) Fontaine-Messing period map in terms of complexes of $(\varphi,\Gamma)$-modules and used it to prove semistable comparison theorem for $p$-adic formal schemes. We will present a generalisation (of crystalline version of this interpretation by Colmez and Nizioł) to coefficients arising from relative Fontaine-Laffaille modules of Faltings (on syntomic side) and relative Wach modules introduced by the speaker (on $(\varphi,\Gamma)$-module side).


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Jens Eberhardt (University of Wuppertal)
A K-theoretic approach to geometric representation theory (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
Perverse sheaves and intersection cohomology are central objects in geometric representation theory. This talk is about their long-lost K-theoretic cousins, called K-motives. We will discuss definitions and basic properties of K-motives and explore potential applications to geometric representation theory. For example, K-motives shed a new light on Beilinson--Ginzburg--Soergel's Koszul duality -- a remarkable symmetry in the representation theory and geometry of two Langlands dual reductive groups. We will see that this new form of Koszul duality does not involve any gradings or mixed geometry which are as essential as mysterious in the classical approaches.


15:30-18:00   Hybrid
Koji Shimizu (UC Berkeley) 15:30-16:30
Completed prismatic F-crystals and crystalline local systems (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
Bhatt and Scholze introduced the absolute prismatic site of a p-adic ring and proved the equivalence of categories between prismatic F-crystals and lattices in crystalline representations in the CDVR case with perfect residue field. We will define a wider category of completed prismatic F-crystals in the relative case and explain its relation to the category of crystalline local systems. This is joint work with Heng Du, Tong Liu, and Yong Suk Moon.
Pierre Houedry (Université de Caen) 17:00-18:00
Twisted differential operators in several variables (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
The aim of my presentation is to give an overview of the results I obtained during the first year of my PhD. The theory of $q$-differences equations appeared a long time ago with the Birkhoff's work. It is well understood in the complex setting. In 2004, Lucia Di Vizio and Yves André, in the paper $q$-differences and p-adic local monodromy, gave an equivalence between certain type of $q$-differences equations and a certain type of classical differential equations in the p-adic setting. Recently, Adolfo Quiros, Bernard Le Stum and Michel Gros have been working on a generalization of this result not looking only for $q$-differences equations but also twisted equations in general. The framework that they develop is working for equations in one variable. The goal of my thesis is to generalize those results in several variables.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Peijiang Liu (University of Tokyo)
The characteristic cycles of non-confluent $\ell$-adic GKZ hypergeometric sheaves (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
$\ell$-adic GKZ hypergeometric sheaves are defined to be étale analogues of GKZ hypergeometric $\mathcal{D}$-modules. We introduce an algorithm of computing the characteristic cycles of certain type of $\ell$-adic GKZ hypergeometric sheaves. We compute the irreducible components by a push-forward formula for characteristic cycles of étale sheaves, and compute the multiplicities by considering a comparison theorem between the characteristic cycles of non-confluent $\ell$-adic GKZ hypergeometric sheaves and those of non-confluent GKZ hypergeometric $\mathcal{D}$-modules. We also explain the limitation of our algorithm by an example.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Yugo Takanashi (University of Tokyo)
Parity of conjugate self-dual representations of inner forms of $\mathrm{GL}_n$ over $p$-adic fields (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
There are two parametrizations of discrete series representations of $\mathrm{GL}_n$ over $p$-adic fields. One is the local Langlands correspondence, and the other is the local Jacquet-Langlands correspondence. The composite of these two maps the discrete series representations of an inner form of $\mathrm{GL}_n$ to Galois representations called discrete L-parameters. On the other hand, we can define the parity for each self-dual representation depending on whether the representation is orthogonal or symplectic. The composite preserves the notion of self-duality, and it transforms the parity in a nontrivial manner. Prasad and Ramakrishnan computed the transformation law, and Mieda proved its conjugate self-dual analog under some conditions on groups and representations. We will talk about the proof of the general case of this analog. We use the globalization method, as in the proof of Prasad and Ramakrishnan.


15:00-16:00   Hybrid
Hiroki Kato (Paris-Saclay University)
p-adic weight-monodromy conjecture for complete intersections (Japanese)


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Junnosuke Koizumi (University of Tokyo)
Steinberg symbols and reciprocity sheaves (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
The norm residue symbol and the differential symbol are known to satisfy the common relation $(a,1-a)=0$ which is called the Steinberg relation. Hu-Kriz showed that the Steinberg relation can be understood as a relation between certain morphisms in the stable motivic homotopy category. On the other hand, there is also an “additive variant” of the Steinberg relation, namely $(a,a)+(1-a,1-a)=0$, for which the classical motivic theory is no longer applicable. In this talk we will explain how the theory of reciprocity sheaves due to Kahn-Saito-Yamazaki can be utilized to generalize the theory of Hu-Kriz to include the additive Steinberg relation.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Koji Matsuda (University of Tokyo)
Torsion points of elliptic curves over cyclotomic fields (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
By Mordell--Weil theorem, the Mordell--Weil groups of elliptic curves over number fields are finitely generated, and in particular their torsion subgroups are finite. For a fixed elliptic curve, it is easy to compute its torsion subgroups. Conversely using modular curves, we can study the possible torsion subgroups of elliptic curves. More precisely, the existence of an elliptic curve with certain torsion points is essentially equivalent to the existence of certain rational points of a modular curve. In this talk, in order to study the rational points of modular curves over cyclotomic fields, we compute the Mordell--Weil ranks of their Jacobian varieties over cyclotomic fields.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Hiroshi Ishimoto (University of Tokyo)
Local Langlands correspondence for non-quasi-split odd special orthogonal groups (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
In 2013, Arthur established the endoscopic classification of representations of quasi-split symplectic and orthogonal groups, and Mok analogously proved the similar classification for quasi-split unitary groups. In 2014, Kaletha-Minguez-Shin-White established the classification for non-quasi-spilt unitary groups assuming Mok's results. Similarly, we can prove that for non-quasi-split odd orthogonal groups assuming Arthur's results. In this talk, I will explain the local Langlands correspondence for non-quasi-split odd special orthogonal groups, which is a part of the classification of representations.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Joseph Muller (University of Tokyo)
Cohomology of the unramified PEL unitary Rapoport-Zink space of signature $(1,n-1)$ (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
Rapoport-Zink (RZ) spaces are moduli spaces which classify the deformations of a $p$-divisible group with additional structures. It is equipped with compatible actions of $p$-adic and Galois groups, and their cohomology is believed to play a role in the local Langlands program. So far, the cohomology of RZ spaces is entirely known only in the cases of the Lubin-Tate tower and of the Drinfeld space ; in particular both of them are RZ spaces of EL type. In this talk, we consider the unramified PEL unitary RZ space with signature $(1,n-1)$. In 2011, Vollaard and Wedhorn proved that it is stratified by generalized Deligne-Lusztig varieties, whose incidence relations mimic the combinatorics of the Bruhat-Tits building of a unitary group. We compute the cohomology of these strata and we draw some consequences on the cohomology of the RZ space. When $n = 3, 4$ we deduce
an automorphic description of the cohomology of the basic stratum in the corresponding Shimura variety via p-adic uniformization.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Shuji Yamamoto (University of Tokyo)
The Kaneko-Zagier conjecture on finite and symmetric multiple zeta values for general integer indices (JAPANESE)
[ Abstract ]
Kaneko and Zagier introduced two variants of multiple zeta values, which we call A-MZVs and S-MZVs, and conjectured that the algebraic structures of them are isomorphic. While these values were originally defined for positive integer (multi-)indices, recently, Komori extended the definition of S-MZVs to general integer indices. Since A-MZVs can also be defined for general integers, Komori's work suggests a generalization of the Kaneko-Zagier conjecture, from positive to general integers. In this talk, we will show how this generalization is reduced to the original conjecture. This is a joint work with Masataka Ono.


17:00-18:00   Hybrid
Peiduo Wang (University of Tokyo)
On generalized Fuchs theorem over p-adic polyannuli (ENGLISH)
[ Abstract ]
In this talk, we study finite projective differential modules on p-adic polyannuli satisfying the Robba condition. Christol and Mebkhout proved the decomposition theorem (the p-adic Fuchs theorem) of such differential modules on one dimensional p-adic annuli under certain non-Liouvilleness assumption and Gachets generalized it to higher dimensional cases. On the other hand, Kedlaya proved a generalization of the p-adic Fuchs theorem in one dimensional case. We prove Kedlaya's generalized version of p-adic Fuchs theorem in higher dimensional cases.


17:00-18:00   Online
Stefano Morra (Paris 8 University)
Some properties of the Hecke eigenclasses of the mod p-cohomology of Shimura curves (English)
[ Abstract ]
The mod p local Langlands program, foreseen by Serre and proposed in precise terms by C. Breuil after his p-divisible groups computations in the Breuil-Conrad-Diamond-Taylor proof of the Shimura-Taiyama-Weil conjecture, was realized in the particular case of GL_2(\mathbf{Q}_p) thanks to a vast convergence of new tools: classification of mod p-representations of GL_2(\mathbf{Q}_p), local Galois deformation techniques, local-global compatibility arguments.
When trying to extend these conjectures to more general groups, multiple problems arise (lack of classification results for smooth mod p-representations of p-adic groups, absence of explicit integral models for Galois representations with the relevant p-adic Hodge theory conditions), and the only way to formulate, and test, conjectures on a mod p local Langlands correspondence relies on its expected realization in Hecke eigenclasses of Shimura varieties (or, in other words, the expectation of a local-global compatibility of the Langlands correspondence).
In this talk we describe some properties of Hecke isotypical spaces of the mod p-cohomology of Shimura curves with infinite level at p, when the reflex field F is unramified at p and the Shimura curve arises from a quaternion algebra which is split at p. These Hecke isotypical spaces are expected to be the “good” smooth mod p-representations of GL_2(F_{\mathfrak{p}}) attached to mod p Galois representations of Gal(\overline{\mathbf{Q}_p}/F_{\mathfrak{p}}) via the expected local Langlands correspondence mod p. We will in particular comment on their Gelfand-Kirillov dimension, and their irreducibility (in particular, the finite length of these Hecke eigenspaces as GL_2(F_{\mathfrak{p}})-representations).
This is a report on a series of work joint with C. Breuil, F. Herzig, Y. Hu et B. Schraen.


17:00-18:00   Online
Kazuma Ohara (University of Tokyo)
On the formal degree conjecture for non-singular supercuspidal representations (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
We prove the formal degree conjecture for non-singular supercuspidal representations based on Schwein's work proving the formal degree conjecture for regular supercuspidal representations. The main difference between our work and Schwein's work is that in non-singular case, the Deligne--Lusztig representations can be reducible, and the $S$-groups are not necessarily abelian. Therefore, we have to compare the dimensions of irreducible constituents of the Deligne--Lusztig representations and the dimensions of irreducible representations of $S$-groups.


17:00-18:00   Online
Alex Youcis (University of Tokyo)
Geometric arc fundamental group (English)
[ Abstract ]
Unlike algebraic geometry, the correct notion for a ‘covering space’ of a rigid analytic variety is non-obvious to define. In particular, the class of finite etale covering spaces doesn’t encompass many real world examples of ‘covering space’-like maps (e.g. Tate’s uniformization of elliptic curves, or period mappings of Rapoport—Zink spaces). In de Jong’s seminal work on the topic he made great strides forward by studying a notion of covering space, suggested by work of Berkovich, which includes many previous ‘covering spaces’ which are not finite etale and is rich enough to support a theory of a fundamental group.

Unfortunately, de Jong’s notion of covering space lacks many of the natural properties one would expect from the notion of a ‘covering space’. In this talk we discuss recent work of Achinger, Lara, and myself which proposes a larger class of ‘covering spaces’ than those considered by de Jong which enjoys the geometric properties missing from de Jong’s picture. In addition, we mention how this larger category is related to work of Scholze on pro-etale local systems as well as work of Bhatt and Scholze on the pro-etale fundamental group of a scheme.


17:00-18:00   Online
Takumi Yoshida (Keio University)
On the BSD conjecture for the quadratic twists of the elliptic curve $X_0(49)$ (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
The full BSD conjecture (the full Birch-Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture) is the important conjecture, which connects the algebraic invariants and analytic invariants of elliptic curves. When the elliptic curve is defined over $\mathbb{Q}$, these invariants are known to be rational numbers. Now, even when the elliptic curve is defined over $\mathbb{Q}$ and the $L$-function is not $0$ at $s=1$, it is not shown that the $2$-orders of these invariants are equal. Coates, Kim, Liang and Zhao proved the full BSD conjecture for some quadratic twists of $X_0(49)$, by proving that these $2$-orders are same. We extends this result, and prove the full BSD conjecture for more twists.


17:00-18:00   Online
Kimihiko Li (University of Tokyo)
Prismatic and q-crystalline sites of higher level (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
Two new p-adic cohomology theories, called prismatic cohomology and q-crystalline cohomology, were defined for generalizing crystalline cohomology and they recover most known integral p-adic cohomology theories. On the other hand, higher level crystalline cohomology was defined for constructing p-adic cohomology theory over a ramified base. In this talk, for a positive integer m, we will give a construction of the level m primastic and q-crystalline sites and prove a certain equivalence between the category of crystals on the m-prismatic site or the m-q-crystalline site and that on the usual prismatic site or the usual q-crystalline site, which can be regarded as the prismatic analogue of the Frobenius descent. We will also prove the equivalence between the category of crystals on the m-prismatic site and that on the (m-1)-q-crystalline site.


17:00-18:00   Online
Koto Imai (University of Tokyo)
Ramification groups of some finite Galois extensions of maximal nilpotency class over local fields of positive characteristic (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
Galois extensions of local fields is one of the most important subjects in the field of number theory. A ramification filtration is a filtration of a Galois group used to investigate the ramification of the extension. It is particularly useful when the extension is wildly ramified. In this talk, we examine the ramification groups of finite Galois extensions over complete discrete valuation fields of characteristic $p>0$. Brylinski calculated the ramification groups in the case where the Galois groups are abelian. We extend the results of Brylinski to some non-abelian cases where the Galois groups are of order $\leq p^{p+1}$ and of maximal nilpotency class.


17:00-18:00   Online
Yasuhiro Terakado (National Center for Theoretical Sciences)
Hecke eigensystems of automorphic forms (mod p) of Hodge type and algebraic modular forms (Japanese)
[ Abstract ]
In a 1987 letter to Tate, Serre showed that the prime-to-p Hecke eigensystems arising in the space of mod p modular forms are the same as those appearing in the space of automorphic forms on a quaternion algebra. This result is regarded as a mod p analogue of the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence. In this talk, we give a generalization of Serre's result to the Hecke eigensystems of mod p automorphic forms on a Shimura variety of Hodge type with good reduction at p. This is joint work with Chia-Fu Yu.

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