KIAS Number Theory Seminar

Big Heegner points and Heegner cycles

Kazuto Ota (Keio University)

March 28 (Tue), 2019, 4pm-6pm, Room 1424

Abstract: The Big Heegner point, constructed by Howard, is a deformation of the Heegner point for the Galois representation attached to a Hida family. Castella showed that it interpolates Heegner cycles (higher weight-analogues of the Heegner point) attached to newforms arising from the Hida family, by using p-adic local methods such as Bloch-Kato logarithms. In this talk, we explain a slight refinement of his result by a different approach, which is global and more geometric.

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    Choi, Youn-Seo (y-choi2)
    Choi, Junhwa (joonhwa)
    Haan, Jae-ho (jaehohaan)
    Kim, Chan-Ho (chanho)
    Kim, Eunmi (ekim)
    Lee, Chulhee (chlee)

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