Berkeley Arithmetic Geometry and Number Theory Seminar
Spring 2022

This is a weekly RTG seminar funded by NSF and organized by Daniel Bragg, Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins, Sebastian Eterovic, Martin Olsson, and Sug Woo Shin. This webpage is maintained by Daniel Bragg.

Seminar format

The seminar is scheduled at 3:10-5:00 every Monday in 748 Evans. It consists of two 50-minute talks: a pre-talk (3:10-4:00) and an advanced talk (4:10-5:00), with a 10-minute break (4:00-4:10) between them. The advanced talk is a regular formal presentation about recent research results to general audiences in arithmetic geometry and number theory; the pre-talk is to introduce some prerequisites or background for the advanced talk to audiences consisting of graduate students.

Spring 2022 seminar schedule (3:10-5:00pm Mondays, 748 Evans)

Titles and abstracts may appear first on the math department calendar.

Date Speaker Topic
January 24 (talk postponed)
January 31 Owen Barrett (Berkeley) The derived category of the abelian category of constructible sheaves (abstract)
February 7
  • Tasho Kaletha (U Michigan)
  • Alberton Minguez (U Vienna)
  • Characterization and construction of the local Langlands correspondence for supercuspidal parameters (abstract)
  • The explicit Zelevinsky-Aubert involution (abstract)
February 14 Guy Fowler (Hannover) [Zoom talk] Effective Andre--Oort for some families of algebraic surfaces (abstract)
February 21 (no seminar)
February 28 Kirsten Eisentrager (Penn State) Computing endomorphism rings of supersingular elliptic curves (abstract)
March 7 Shizhang Li (U Michigan) A prismatic proof of an old theorem by Raynaud (abstract)
March 14 Gabriel Dill (Oxford) [Zoom talk] Torsion points on isogenous abelian varieties (abstract)
March 21 (no seminar)
March 28 Ila Varma (Toronto) title (abstract)
April 4 David Hansen (Max Planck Institute) Duality and the p-adic Jacquet-Langlands correspondence (abstract)
April 11 Ananth Shankar (UW Madison) Abelian Varieties not Isogenous to Jacobians over global fields (abstract)
April 18 Frank Thorne (U South Carolina) Fourier Analysis in Arithmetic Statistics (abstract)
April 25 Myrto Mavraki (Harvard) Towards uniformity in the dynamical Bogomolov conjecture (abstract)
May 2 Kai-Wen Lan (Minnesota) title (abstract)