Activités organisées par SÉDIGA

ANR Programme blanc N° ANR-08-BLAN-0317-01/02

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Septembre 2010

  • Rencontre à l'ENS Paris
    Thème: Espaces de modules de connexions méromorphes
    Date et durée: 21-22 septembre 2010
    Lieu: ENS Paris, 45 rue d'Ulm, salle W
    Organisateurs: Phil Boalch, Claude Sabbah & Carlos Simpson
    Contacts: Phil Boalch & Claude Sabbah

  • Programme:

    Mardi 21 septembre
    9h30-10h30 Phil Boalch (CNRS, ENS Paris): Simply-laced isomonodromy systems
    10h30-11h Café
    11h-12h Masa-Hiko Saito (Kobe): The moduli spaces of stable parabolic \(\lambda\)-connections and their canonical coordinates (Joint works with M. Inaba and with S. Szabo)
    Résumé: We will construct algebraic moduli spaces of stable parabolic \(\lambda\)-connections with regular and irregular singularities (with generic conditions). The moduli spaces are smooth over natural spaces of generalized exponents and have natural symplectic structures via deformation theory. Then we will introduce canonical coordinates for Zariski open sets of the moduli spaces in a conceptual way.
    12h-14h Déjeuner
    14h-15h Daisuke Yamakawa (ANR SÉDIGA, ENS Paris): Generalization of Harnad's correspondence and middle convolution
    Résumé: The middle convolution introduced by Katz is an interesting operation on local systems over a punctured projective line. Recently, it has been generalized to an operation on irregular singular connections by Arinkin. In this talk, I give a purely algebraic analogue of Arinkin's generalization, which may be viewed as a natural generalization of Dettweiler-Reiter's additive description of the middle convolution. Key tools are the relation between the middle convolution and the Harnad duality observed by Boalch, and Mumford's geometric invariant theory for representations of quivers.
    15h15-16h15 Damien Mégy (ANR SÉDIGA, Nice): Some examples of variation of Hodge structure over projective varieties
    Résumé: I will introduce examples of variation of Hodge structure over some smooth projective varieties, give an outline of the construction of such varieties, and explain how to use Morihiko Saito's decomposition theorem to compute certain cohomological invariants of these objects.
    16h15-16h45 Café
    16h45-17h45 Carlos Simpson (CNRS, Nice): Foliations on moduli spaces of regular connections
    Résumé: We look at a natural family of Lagrangian subspaces of the moduli space of regular connections, in particular in the case of the projective line minus four points corresponding to Painlevé VI. Iwasaki-Inaba-Saito as well as Szabo have given explicit constructions, which we compare with the abstract definition using the nonabelian Hodge filtration. This allows us to see that the subspaces form a foliation in this case, the quotient of which has appeared in work by Arinkin on the Langlands program. For a related result, see D. Arinkin and R. Fedorov, An example of Langlands correspondence for irregular rank two connections on \(\mathbb P^1\), on arXiv: 1003.6112.

    Mercredi 22 septembre
    9h30-10h30 Phil Boalch (CNRS, ENS Paris): Quasi-Hamiltonian geometry of irregular connections on curves
    10h30-11h Café
    11h-12h Michael Dettweiler (Heidelberg): Hodge filtration and potential automorphy of \(G_2\)-motives
    Résumé: Using recent automorphy criteria of Richard Taylor and his collaborators and joint work (in progress) with Claude Sabbah we derive potential automorphy for certain motives with motivic Galois group \(G_2\).
    12h-14h Déjeuner
    14h-15h Daisuke Yamakawa (ANR SÉDIGA, ENS Paris): Generalized middle convolution and non-simply-laced root systems
    Résumé: It was observed by Crawley-Boevey that middle convolutions and some trivial operations generate Weyl symmetry groups of the moduli spaces of local systems on a punctured projective line. This talk treats the case of irregular singular connections. The symmetry groups induced from generalized middle convolutions are complicated in general. However, in some special cases, they become Weyl groups of some non-simply-laced root systems.
    15h15-16h15 Szilard Szabo (Budapest): Canonical coordinates on the de Rham moduli space over P1
    Résumé: We show how the canonical coordinates determine uniquely a differential equation in the case where all the Fuchsian weights are equal to 1, and comment on the generalisation (ongoing joint work with Masa-Hiko Saito) to equations with apparent singularities of higher weight.
    16h15-16h45 Café
    16h45-17h45 Claude Sabbah (CNRS, École polytechnique): Rigidité et singularités irrégulières, d'après Deligne & Arinkin, pdf
    Résumé: J'indiquerai la preuve de l'existence d'un algorithme de Katz pour ramener un fibré méromorphe à connexion irréductible et rigide à un fibré de rang 1, en utilisant des convolutions moyennes, comme dans le cas des singularités régulières, et des transformations de Fourier.