L-values and Iwasawa theory
|Researchers in the topic
|11-Nov-2020 to 12-Nov-2020
|Ashay Burungale, Ming-Lun Hsieh, Bharathwaj Palvannan*, Sujatha Ramdorai
|*contact for this listing
The goal of this online workshop is to bring together some of the leading experts in the subject of arithmetic of L-values and Iwasawa theory to report on the latest developments.
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Poster for the conference: www.ncts.ntu.edu.tw/upload/events_1_283201004295756131.pdf
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|Derivatives of Hida families, diagonal restriction and rigid meromorphic cocycles
|Some Recent progress on the arithmetic of elliptic curves, with an emphasis on cases of rank one
|Some applications of Kato's Euler systems
|On p-divisibilities of Special values of the Hecke L-function of CM elliptic curves at inert primes
|Semi-ordinary Iwasawa theory for Rankin-Selberg products
|p-primitivity of certain theta lifts and L-values