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Reading Seminar in Number Theory (20192020)
London Number Theory Seminar (Summer 2019)
Contact:
Department of Mathematics,
Dartmouth College,
Hanover, New Hampshire
03755
Eran.Assaf@Dartmouth.edu


Eran Assaf
At the moment, I am a postdoctoral researcher at
Dartmouth College, as part of the Simons collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory and Computation.
On May 1317 2019 coorganized the workshop The $p$adic Langlands Programme and Related Topics.
Research:
My latest interest is computing modular forms, in various settings, with applications to equations of modular curves (classical modular forms) and the paramodular conjecture (orthogonal forms).
I am interested in algebraic number theory, representation theory and
the interplay between them. In particular, the $p$adic Langlands programme
and Shimura Varieties.
Papers and preprints:
Talks and Notes:

Equations for modular curves.
Dartmouth Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, October 2020.

The canonical model of a Shimura variety.
Dartmouth Reading Seminar, July 2020.

General Shimura varieties.
Dartmouth Reading Seminar, June 2020.

Motives.
Dartmouth Reading Seminar, June 2020.

The Siegel modular variety.
Dartmouth Reading Seminar, April 2020.

Computing modular forms.
Quebec Vermont Number Theory Seminar, February 2020.

Diagrams mod $p$ and integral structures in representations of reductive groups of semisimple rank one.
$p$adic Langlands correspondence: a constructive and algorithmic approach, Rennes, September 2019.

The Newton stratification on flag varieties.
London Number Theory Study Group, June 2019.

The complex realization of the derived Hecke algebra.
London Number Theory Study Group, March 2019.

Serre weight conjecture. January 2019.

Poster  $p$adic Langlands correspondence. September 2016.

The $p$adic local Langlands programme and invariant norms.
May 2015.

A criterion for integral structures in $p$adic representations of $U_3(F)$.
March 2015.
Code Packages:
PhD Thesis
Existence of Invariant Norms in padic Representations of Reductive Groups
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