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Study Group on a Langlands Correspondence for Loop Groups

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We study local aspects of the Geometric Langlands Program following the book by Edward Frenkel “Langlands Correspondence for Loop Groups” (CUP, 2007). Our aim in this term is to understand the center of a certain category of modules over the central extension (of critical level) of the loop Lie algebra g((t)). This center turns out to be the algebra of functions on a space of ‘Opers’ whose structure group is the Langlands dual group to G.

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Constructing the Local Langlands Correspondence

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ClockTuesday 20 November 2007, 16:00-18:00

The center for an arbitrary Kac-Moody algebra

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ClockTuesday 13 November 2007, 16:00-18:00

Opers

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ClockTuesday 06 November 2007, 16:00-18:00

The centre of the vertex algebra attached to the central extension of sl_2((t))

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ClockTuesday 30 October 2007, 16:00-18:00

Lie algebras associated to Vertex algebras and the centre of a Vertex algebra

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ClockTuesday 23 October 2007, 16:00-18:00

Vertex Algebras II

UserMahesh Kakde.

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ClockTuesday 16 October 2007, 16:00-18:00

Vertex Algebras I

UserM. Strauch, DPMMS.

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ClockTuesday 09 October 2007, 16:30-18:00

Introductory remarks on the Local Geometric Langlands Correspondence

UserM. Strauch, DPMMS.

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ClockFriday 05 October 2007, 16:00-18:00

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