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## Current Series

Fri Sep 14 |
## Lie Theory Seminar2:30pm - Vincent Hall 313D-modules, perverse sheaves, and the Riemann-Hilbert correspondence: an overview Kai-Wen Lan, University of Minnesota |

Fri Oct 19 |
## Lie Theory Seminar4:30pm - Vincent Hall 313On Several Classical Number Theory Problems Tianxin Cai, Zhejiang University and University of Iowa |

Fri Nov 09 |
## Lie Theory Seminar3:35pm - Vincent Hall 313Motivic cohomology of Shimura varieties and level raising Rong Zhou, Institute for Advanced Study For a finite type scheme over a field, its motivic cohomology groups were defined by Voevodsky and are an important algebraic invariant. However, the properties of these groups are not well understood, and it is a difficult problem to exhibit explicit classes in motivic cohomology. We will construct such classes in the special fiber of Hilbert modular varieties by using the geometry of the supersingular locus. The construction is related to a geometric realization of the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence, as well as to level raising for Hilbert modular forms. A key ingredient is a form of Ihara's Lemma for compact quaternionic Shimura surfaces. |

Fri Dec 07 |
## Lie Theory Seminar3:35pm - Vincent Hall 313Finiteness of Frobenius traces of a de Rham local system Koji Shimizu, University of California, Berkeley Every smooth projective variety over a number field yields a Galois representation via etale cohomology, and the Weil conjecture tells that its Frobenius traces are integers. Fontaine and Mazur conjectured that Galois representations satisfying a local condition (de Rham) arise from geometry and hence have a similar finiteness property. In this talk, I will focus on de Rham local systems on algebraic varieties and explain a finiteness of Frobenius traces follows from the Fontaine-Mazur conjecture for Galois representations and the generalized Riemann Hypothesis |

Fri Feb 15 |
## Lie Theory Seminar3:35pm - Vincent Hall 313Lie Theory Seminar Lue Pan,, University of Chicago |