SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

November 23, 2014
THE FIELDS INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Automorphic Forms Seminar Series 2013-14
Fields Institute
Fridays at 4:30

Organizing Committee:
Chung Pang Mok
2014

Upcoming Seminars at 4:30 p.m. in the Fields Institute, Room 210

April 25

Zhifeng Peng, University of Toronto
Multiplcity conjecture of discrete series and stable trace formula

Let G be a K-group over $\mathbf{Q}$, I will prove the Kottwitz multiplicity conjecture of discrete series, and I will directly stablize the spectal side of local trace formula in the general Archimedean case. In particularly, I will construct the spectal side of stable local trace trace in the special case.
2013-14

Past Seminars at 4:30 p.m. in the Fields Institute, Library

April 11 Chung Pang Mok, McMaster University
Introduction to the geometric Langlands program and the geometrization of trace formula (III)
March 21 Chung Pang Mok, McMaster University
Introduction to the geometric Langlands program and the geometrization of trace formula (II)
March 7 Chung Pang Mok, McMaster University
Introduction to the geometric Langlands program and the geometrization of trace formula (I)
Feb. 28 Bin Xu, University of Toronto
Introduction to the work of Moeglin (IV)
Feb. 21 Bin Xu, University of Toronto
Introduction to the work of Moeglin (III)
Feb. 7 Bin Xu, University of Toronto
Introduction to the work of Moeglin (II)
Jan. 17 Bin Xu, University of Toronto
Introduction to the work of Moeglin (I)
Dec. Also there will be no seminars for the weeks in December.
Wed., Nov. 27 Chung Pang Mok, McMaster University
Introduction to endoscopy correspondence, after Dihua Jiang

We give an introduction to the ideas of Dihua Jiang on the construction of endoscopy correspondence, that generalizes the formalism of theta correspondence and the automorphic descent method in the works of of Ginzburg, Jiang, Rallis, Soudry.

Wed., Nov 20 There will be no seminar
Wed.,Nov 13 There will be no seminar
Wed., Nov. 6

Chung Pang Mok, McMaster University
Overview and organization of the automorphic forms seminars


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