|Date: Monday, November 14, 2016
Location: 4088 East Hall (4:10 PM to 5:30 PM)
Title: Hodge classes and the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence
Abstract: I will discuss the relation between Langlands functoriality and the theory of algebraic cycles in one of the simplest instances of functoriality, namely the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence for Hilbert modular forms. In this case, functoriality gives rise to a family of Tate classes on products of quaternionic Shimura varieties. The Tate conjecture predicts that these classes come from an algebraic cycle, which in turn should give rise to a compatible Hodge class. While we cannot yet prove the Tate conjecture in this context, I will outline an unconditional proof of the existence of such a Hodge class and discuss some applications. This is joint work (in progress) with A. Ichino.
Speaker: Kartik Prasanna
Institution: University of Michigan