Inexistence, dimension formulas and classification for level one algebraic cusp forms
Gaëtan Chenevier & Olivier Taïbi (École Normale Supérieure)
Abstract: [Please note: there will be 2 talks, 45' each.]
In the first lecture we will explain how improvements on using an old tool in analytic number theory, Riemann-Weil's explicit formula for L-functions, allowed us to prove the non-existence of level one algebraic cusp forms for general linear groups over Q for lots of infinitesimal characters (=sets of Hodge weights). In the second lecture we will explain how these vanishing results yield an "effortless" method to compute the geometric side of Arthur's $L^2$-Lefschetz trace formula for split classical groups with the unit of the unramified Hecke algebra. We obtain dimension formulas as a consequence. Together these results give classification theorems for level one algebraic cusp forms in motivic weight <=23.
number theoryrepresentation theory
Audience: researchers in the topic
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