Algebraic and Arithmetic Structures of Moduli Spaces (Sapporo 2007) available in Hardcover
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The conference “Algebraic and Arithmetic Structures of Moduli Spaces” was held in September 2007, at Sapporo (Hokkaido University). Twenty talks were delivered by invited speakers on arithmetic geometry, algebraic geometry and complex geometry. This volume is the proceedings of the conference, to be exact, a collection of eleven papers contributed by some of the speakers which have undergone rigorous refereeing. The topics that are discussed in the articles are diverse in nature such as class field theory, zeta functions, moduli of arithmetic vector bundles, moduli of complex vector bundles, moduli of abelian varieties and theory of display, moduli of Fermat varieties and some topics on cubic threefolds. Among others, the papers of Pappas-Rapoport, Rajan and Weng address many new interesting questions in the related fields, which seem to be worthy of reading for young researchers.Published by Mathematical Society of Japan and distributed by World Scientific Publishing Co. for all markets except North America
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Table of Contents
Vector Bundles on p-adic Curves and Parallel Transport II (Christopher Deninger & Annette Werner); A Note on Fano Surfaces of Nodal Cubic Threefolds (Gerard van der Geer & Alexis Kouvidakis); Fermat Varieties and the Periods of Some Hypersurfaces (Eduard Looijenga); Another Canonical Compactification of the Moduli Space of Abelian Varieties (Iku Nakamura); Some Questions on Spectrum and Arithmetic of Locally Symmetric Spaces (Conjeeveram S Rajan); Some Questions about G-bundles on Curves (Georgios Pappas & Michael Rapoport); Symmetries and the Riemann Hypothesis (Lin Weng); Stability and Arithmetic (Lin Weng); On Non-Abelian Lubin-Tate Theory via Vanishing Cycles (Teruyoshi Yoshida); An Action of a Lie Algebra on the Homology Groups of Moduli Spaces of Stable Sheaves (Kota Yoshioka); Breuil's Classification of p-Divisible Groups over Regular Local Rings of Arbitrary Dimension (Adrian Vasiu & Thomas Zink).