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Some Breuil-Mezard identities in moduli spaces of Breuil-Kisin modules

Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Some Breuil-Mezard identities in moduli spaces of Breuil-Kisin modules
Series: Algebra and Number Theory Seminar
Location: ONLINE
Presenter: Robin Bartlett, Univ. of Münster

The Breuil--Mezard conjecture predicts certain identities between cycles in moduli spaces of mod p Galois representations in terms of the Fp-representation theory of GLn(Fq).

In this talk I will discuss work in progress which considers the situtation arising from (the reduction modulo p of) two dimensional crystalline Galois representation with suitably small* Hodge--Tate weights. We will discuss how the predected identities can also seen in ``resolutions`` of these spaces of Galois representations described in terms of semilinar algebra.

*small will be precisely the bound which ensures that the Fp-representation theory of GL2(Fq) appearing behaves precisely as it would with char 0 coefficients.