Homological methods in theta correspondence

Dipendra Prasad (IIT Bombay)

Apr 11. 2022, 09:30 — 10:15

One of the best pairs to study theta correspondence is for (Mp(2n), SO(2n+1)), whose study was pioneered by Waldspurger for n =1, and then carried out by Adams-Barbasch for Archimedean fields, and Gan-Savin for p-adics. In this lecture we attempt theta correspondence not between irreducible representations, but in a more categorical sense, hoping for an equivalence of categories --- though it is not!, bringing one to a question studied in algebraic geometry, ``derived equivalence" of algebraic varieties.

Further Information
ESI Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Associated Event:
Minimal Representations and Theta Correspondence (Workshop)
Wee Teck Gan (U of Singapore)
Marcela Hanzer (U Zagreb)
Alberto Minguez (U of Vienna)
Goran Muic (U Zagreb)
Martin Weissman (UC Santa Cruz)