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Taiwan Mathematics School: Topics on Drinfeld Modules and T-Motives
 
Every Friday, 13:20-15:10 (September and October). Every Wednesday, 10:10-12:10 (November-January), September 9, 2019 - January 3, 2020
R440, Astronomy-Mathematics Building, NTU

Speaker:
Chieh-Yu Chang (National Tsing Hua University)
Jing Yu (National Taiwan University)
Fu-Tsun Wei (Department of Mathematics, National Tsing Hua University)


Organizers:
Chieh-Yu Chang (National Tsing Hua University)
Fu-Tsun Wei (Department of Mathematics, National Tsing Hua University)
Jing Yu (National Taiwan University)


一、 課程背景與目的:
  In 1974, Drinfeld introduced  “elliptic modules”, called Drinfeld modules nowadays, to derive the Langlands correspondence for GL(2) over function fields. In the modern developments of the function field arithmetic, Drinfeld module plays a major role in various topics. Using “shtukas”, which is a generalized concept of Drinfeld modules, Lafforgue proved the Langlands correspondence for GL(n) over function fields. Meanwhile, Anderson’s “t-motives” (the “dual” of the higher dimensional Drinfeld modules) is a very powerful tool for the study of transcendence theory and “special L-values” in the context of equal characteristic.
 This course is prepared for graduate students who are interested in the arithmetic of function fields and related topics. We will cover basic theories of Drinfeld modules, Drinfeld modular curves and t-motives etc. Recent developments around these topics will be also described. Students are required to have some backgrounds on algebraic number theory, algebraic function fields and non-archimedean analysis. 
 
二、課程之大綱與講者:
Speakers: 
Chieh-Yu Chang (NTHU)
Fu-Tsun Wei (NTHU)
Jing Yu (NTU)
 
Course outline:
(I)Basic theory of Drinfeld modules
(II)Rigid analytic geometry on Drinfeld upper half plane
(III)Drinfeld modular curves and Drinfeld modular forms
(IV) t-modules and t-motives
 
三、 課程詳細時間地點以及方式:
 Friday, 13:20-15:10 (September and October), NTU Astro-Math Building
 Wednesday, 10:10-12:00 (November--January), NTHU The 3rd General Building (Lecture Room B of 4th floor)
 
 
 
 


Contact: murphyyu@ncts.ntu.edu.tw



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