January 25 – January 29, 2016
Lipschitz Hall, Endenicher Allee 60
Organizers: Günter Harder, Christian Kaiser
Description: This school introduces into the field "Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups." We study cohomology groups of spaces, -which are constructed from arithmetic data-, with coefficients in sheaves, which also are of arithmetic origin. Hence the subject belongs to number theory.
The methods used to study these cohomology groups come from analysis, the theory of automorphic forms and related fields. Insights into the structure of these groups yield applications to number theory, for instance we get rationality results for special values of L-functions, and we will see how these special values have influence on the structure of the Galois group.
For more precise information see Abstract-Winter-Kopie.pdf
Lecture Series by:
- Günter Harder (University of Bonn)
- Eugen Hellmann (University of Bonn)
- Christian Kaiser (Max Planck Institute)
- Peter Scholze (University of Bonn)
- Joachim Schwermer (University of Vienna)
Person |
Affiliation |
Period of stay |
Jitendra Bajpai | Max Planck Institute for Mathematics | |
Debargha Banerjee | IISER, Pune | |
Sascha Biberhofer | University of Vienna | |
Igor Ciganovic | Univerity of Zagreb | |
John Alexander Cruz Morales | Max Planck Institute for Mathematics | |
Alexandru Ghitza | Max Planck Institute for Mathematics | |
Johannes Girsch | University of Vienna | |
Philipp Graf | University of Regensburg | |
Jukka Keranen | Aalto University | |
Steffen Kionke | Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf | |
Robert Kucharczyk | ETH Zürich | |
Robert Little | Durham University | |
Matias Moya Giutsi | Max Planck Institute for Mathematics | |
Martin Ulirsch | University of Bonn | |
Chen Wan | University of Minnesota |