April 19, 2014

Workshop on the Representation Theory of p-adic Groups
May 5-9, 2004

to be held at the University of Ottawa

Map of University of Ottawa campus Workshop main page


Mini-Course Schedule
All the mini-courses will be held in MRT 205 (map)

Wednesday, May 5, 2004
9:00 - 10:00 On-site registration, local information, coffee & tea
Local Langland's Program I (click here for course description)
12:00 - 1:30 Break for lunch
1:30 - 3:15 Bruhat-Tits Theory I (click here for course description)
3:15 - 3:45 Tea Break
3:45-5:30 Bernstein Centre I (click here for course description)
Thursday, May 6, 2004
8:30-10:15 Bruhat-Tits II
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-12:15 Bernstein Centre II
12:15 - 1:30 Break for lunch
1:30 - 3:15

Local Langlands Program II

Friday, May 7, 2004
8:30-10:15 Bruhat-Tits III
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-12:15 Bernstein Centre III
12:15 - 1:30 Break for lunch
1:30-3:15 Local Langlands Program III
Participants are encouraged to continue discussions into the afternoon and evening, perhaps while taking in the sights in Ottawa. The mini-course lecturers will provide some additional points to ponder and problems to tackle.

Weekend Conference Schedule

Saturday, May 8, 2004

The room for Saturday's lectures will be MNT 202. (map)

8:30 - 9:15 On-site registration
9:15 -10:15 Allan J. Silberger, Celveland State University
On Explicit Matching in the Level Zero Case
10:30 - 11:30 Paul Sally, University of Chicago
Characters for Reductive p-adic Groups
11:30 - 1:00 Break for Lunch
Stephen DeBacker, University of Michigan
Nilpotent orbits and Bruhat-Tits theory: a second look
2:00 - 3:00 Phil Kutzko, University of Iowa
A sign which arises in the representation theory of classical groups over finite fields and its relation to local $L$-functions
3:00 - 3:30 Tea Break
3:30 - 4:30 A. Raghuram, University of Iowa
Reciprocity, GL(2) and Division algebras
4:30 - 5:30 Yakov Varshavsky, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
On endoscopic decomposition of characters of certain cuspidal representations
Sunday, May 9, 2004

The room for Sunday's lectures will be SCS E217. (map)

8:30-9:30 William J. Haboush, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Spaces of Lattices over a Local Hilbert Class Field
9:45-10:45 Vytautas Paskunas, Universitaet Bielefeld
A construction of a good number of supersingular representations of GL(2,F)
11:00-12:00 Volker Heiermann, Purdue University
Unipotent Orbits and poles of Harish-Chandra's $\mu $-function
12:00 - 1:30 Break for lunch
1:30-2:30 Fiona Murnaghan, University of Toronto
Distinguished tame supercuspidal representations
2:30-3:30 Clifton Cunningham, University of Calgary
Some Remarks on Geometry, Orbital Integrals and Characters
Campus Map:

There are THREE lecture halls for this workshop, two located near the New Residence, and one at the far south end of campus.

The mini-courses (Wednesday through Friday) will be held in MRT 205: 2nd floor of Morisset Building. To access it, do NOT enter the library (which occupies most of Morisset). It is located directly off of the main hall on the second floor, near the walkway to the Jock Turcot Centre.

The talks on Saturday will be held in MNT 202 (DeCelle Auditorium): 2nd floor of Montpetit Hall, in the main hall, close to the walkway to the Jock Turcot Centre.

The talks on Sunday will be held in SCS E217, in the Sports Complex at the southern end of campus (a 5-minute walk from the New Residence). Enter the building from the north and take the stairs or elevator to the second floor. The classrooms overlook the soccer pitch.

Note that there will be a major power shutdown at the University of Ottawa on Sunday, May 9, from 11:00 -- 3:00, and until 7:00 in some areas. The Sports Complex, we are told, will not be affected; on the other hand the residences will be.

Partipants may access their email and the internet in room MNT 142, on the first floor of Montpetit Hall. The computer lab is open from 8:45am to 8pm Monday to Friday and from 1pm to 5pm Saturday and Sunday. (It is not yet clear if computer access will be available on Sunday after the shutdown, sorry.) Secure ssh is available. Conference identification (schedule or name tag) must be presented upon arrival at the lab.

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is in 585 King Edward Ave, opposite Fauteux Hall.

There are many dining possibilities on or near campus: the cafeteria or Jazzy restaurant in Jock Turcot Centre; the graduate student pub across from the Thomson residence; the ZoomPub in the Sports Complex; and several small restaurants, eateries and pubs on Laurier, Osgoode, Somerset and Mann Streets, just off campus.

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