Monthly Archives: January 2019

Tips for new postdocs

In my role as junior hiring chair, I’ve been thinking a little bit about how a (R1) institution can best serve its postdocs. Many find the transition from graduate student life to being a postdoc somewhat of a rude shock. … Continue reading

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Local-global compatibility for imaginary quadratic fields

One of the key steps in the 10-author paper is to prove results on local-global compatibility for Galois representations associated to torsion classes. The results proved in that paper, unfortunately, fall well-short of the optimal desired local-global compatibility statement, because … Continue reading

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Jacquet-Langlands and an old R=T conjecture

This is part 2 of a series of posts on R=T conjectures for inner forms of GL(2). (See here for part 1). I feel that I should preface this post with the following psychological remark. Occasionally you have the germ … Continue reading

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Jacquet-Langlands and a new R=T conjecture

It is somewhat mysterious how one should formulate the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence integrally, particularly in the presence of torsion classes. Even the classical case has many subtleties including for example some results in this paper of Ribet. In the case of … Continue reading

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And then there were 8:

News from Minnesota on the 8-author paper has arrived! http://math.uchicago.edu/~fcale/blog/8author.mp4

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