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Let $p$ be a prime number and $F$ be a non-archimedean field with finite residue class field of characteristic $p$. Understanding the category of Iwahori-Hecke modules for $SL_2(F)$ is of great interest in the study of $p$-modular smooth representations of $SL_2(F)$, as these modules naturally show up as spaces of invariant vectors under the action of the standard pro-$p$-Iwahori subgroup. In this talk, we will discuss a work in progress in which we aim to classify all non-trivial extensions between these modules and to compare them with their analogues for $p$-modular smooth representations of $SL_2(F)$ and with their Galois counterpart in the setting of the local Langlands correspondences in natural characteristic.
Let $p$ be a prime number and $F$ be a non-archimedean field with finite residue class field of characteristic $p$. Understanding the category of Iwahori-Hecke modules for $SL_2(F)$ is of great interest in the study of $p$-modular smooth representations of $SL_2(F)$, as these modules naturally show up as spaces of invariant vectors under the action of the standard pro-$p$-Iwahori subgroup. In this talk, we will discuss a work in progress in ...

11F70 ; 11F85 ; 20C08 ; 20G05 ; 22E50

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Kapustin and Witten introduced a powerful perspective on the geometric Langlands correspondence as an aspect of electric-magnetic duality in four dimensional gauge theory. While the familiar (de Rham) correspondence is best seen as a statement in conformal field theory, much of the structure can be seen in the simpler (Betti) setting of topological field theory using Lurie's proof of the Cobordism Hypothesis. In these lectures I will explain this perspective and illustrate its applications to representation theory following joint work with Nadler as well as Brochier, Gunningham, Jordan and Preygel.
Kapustin and Witten introduced a powerful perspective on the geometric Langlands correspondence as an aspect of electric-magnetic duality in four dimensional gauge theory. While the familiar (de Rham) correspondence is best seen as a statement in conformal field theory, much of the structure can be seen in the simpler (Betti) setting of topological field theory using Lurie's proof of the Cobordism Hypothesis. In these lectures I will explain ...

14D24 ; 22E57 ; 22E46 ; 20G05

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We present here a bunch of questions (but almost no answers...) about partial resolutions/deformations of varieties of the form $(V × V^∗)/W$, where $W$ is a complex reflection groups, which are inspired by analogies with the representation theory of finite reductive groups.
Joint work with Raphaël Rouquier.

14L30 ; 20C33 ; 20G05 ; 20G40

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Let $G$ be a semisimple algebraic group of adjoint type. The universal centralizer is the family of centralizers in $G$ of regular elements in Lie$(G)$, parametrized by their conjugacy classes. It has a natural symplectic structure, obtained by Hamiltonian reduction from the cotangent bundle $T^∗ G$. We consider a partial compactification of the universal centralizer, where each centralizer fiber is replaced by its closure inside the wonderful compactification of $G$. The symplectic structure extends to a log-symplectic Poisson structure on this partial compactification, whose fibers are isomorphic to regular Hessenberg varieties.
Let $G$ be a semisimple algebraic group of adjoint type. The universal centralizer is the family of centralizers in $G$ of regular elements in Lie$(G)$, parametrized by their conjugacy classes. It has a natural symplectic structure, obtained by Hamiltonian reduction from the cotangent bundle $T^∗ G$. We consider a partial compactification of the universal centralizer, where each centralizer fiber is replaced by its closure inside the wonderful ...

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The objects of the talk are the translation-invariant vector bundles over an abelian variety. We will present a representation-theoretic description of these vector bundles, which displays a remarkable analogy with finite-dimensional representations of a compact connected Lie group: the weight lattice is replaced with the dual abelian variety, the Weyl group with the Galois group of the ground field...

14J60 ; 14K05 ; 14L15 ; 20G05

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Multi angle  Quasisemisimple classes
Michel, Jean (Auteur de la Conférence) | CIRM (Editeur )

This is a report on joint work with François Digne. Quasisemisimple elements are a generalisation of semisimple elements to disconnected reductive groups (or equivalently, to algebraic automorphisms of reductive groups). In the setting of reductive groups over an algebraically closed field, we discuss the classification of quasisemisimple classes, including isolated and quasi-isolated ones. The talk will start with the basic theory of non-connected reductive groups.
This is a report on joint work with François Digne. Quasisemisimple elements are a generalisation of semisimple elements to disconnected reductive groups (or equivalently, to algebraic automorphisms of reductive groups). In the setting of reductive groups over an algebraically closed field, we discuss the classification of quasisemisimple classes, including isolated and quasi-isolated ones. The talk will start with the basic theory of n...

20G15 ; 20G40 ; 20C33 ; 20G05

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We present a new approach to affine Deligne Lusztig varieties which allows us to study the so called "non-basic" case in a type free manner. The central idea is to translate the question of non-emptiness and the computation of the dimensions of these varieties into geometric questions in the Bruhat-Tits building. All boils down to understand existence of certain positively folded galleries in affine Coxeter complexes. To do so, we explicitly construct such galleries and use, among other techniques, the root operators introduced by Gaussent and Littelmann to manipulate them.
We present a new approach to affine Deligne Lusztig varieties which allows us to study the so called "non-basic" case in a type free manner. The central idea is to translate the question of non-emptiness and the computation of the dimensions of these varieties into geometric questions in the Bruhat-Tits building. All boils down to understand existence of certain positively folded galleries in affine Coxeter complexes. To do so, we explicitly ...

14L30 ; 14M15 ; 20G05

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Kapustin and Witten introduced a powerful perspective on the geometric Langlands correspondence as an aspect of electric-magnetic duality in four dimensional gauge theory. While the familiar (de Rham) correspondence is best seen as a statement in conformal field theory, much of the structure can be seen in the simpler (Betti) setting of topological field theory using Lurie's proof of the Cobordism Hypothesis. In these lectures I will explain this perspective and illustrate its applications to representation theory following joint work with Nadler as well as Brochier, Gunningham, Jordan and Preygel.
Kapustin and Witten introduced a powerful perspective on the geometric Langlands correspondence as an aspect of electric-magnetic duality in four dimensional gauge theory. While the familiar (de Rham) correspondence is best seen as a statement in conformal field theory, much of the structure can be seen in the simpler (Betti) setting of topological field theory using Lurie's proof of the Cobordism Hypothesis. In these lectures I will explain ...

14D24 ; 22E57 ; 22E46 ; 20G05

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