Arithmetic & Homotopic Galois Theory

The LPP-RIMS Arithmetic & Homotopic Galois Theory IRN (AHGT) is a CNRS France-Japan International Research Network between Lille University (Laboratoire de Mathématiques Paul Painlevé), École Normale Supérieure - PSL (Département de Mathématiques et Applications), and the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University.

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Sep 7, 2023 Oberwolfach-RIMS tandem workshop - Arithmetic Homotopy & Galois Theory, Sept. 23 -29, 2023
Aug 24, 2023 5th Kyoto+ Workshop on Algebraic & Arithmetic Geometry, Nanjing and Kyoto, Aug. 24-28, 2023
See also the news archives and the network activities.

AHGT Seminar

Aug 7, 2023 Locally conjugate Galois sections. Wojciech Porowski (RIMS, Kyoto University)
Aug 7, 2023 The m-Step Solvable Hom-Form of Birational Anabelian Geometry for Number Fields. Alberto Corato (University of Exeter)
For schedule and more, see the page of the AHGT seminar.

Research Topics

The scientific activity of the AHGT IRN is structured around the 3 following topics and their interactions:

  • Galois Covers and Moduli Spaces. On the arithmetic of Hurwitz spaces, and Noether's program -- that originate in the Inverse Galois Problem -- and on Ihara's program that draw a bridge between number theory, motivic theory, and anabelian geometry [References];
  • Motivic & Geometric Galois Representations. Étale cohomology theory, Galois Representations theory, and Perverse sheaves theory are fully integrated and bring their complementary techniques with a richer derived spectrum [References];
  • Arithmetic Anabelian Geometry. Beyond Grothendieck's anabelian reconstruction program (and the section vs rational point issue), includes new minimality or ``close-to-anabelian'', and combinatorial arithmetic geometry approaches for new connections with Hurwitz spaces and Grothendieck-Teichmüller theory [References].

We refer to a selection of surveys of the fields and recent publications.

Members & Research Partners

The network regroups the activity of around 60 researchers in France and in Japan, and is supported by 40 international researchers over 12 countries and 32 institutions.

Institutional Partners*

*official finalization of the agreement in progress.
 Coordinators: B. Collas° (RIMS, JP), Y. Hoshi (RIMS, JP), B. Fresse (Lille, FR), A. Mézard (ENS, FR).
 Sponsors: P. Dèbes (Lille, FR) & A. Tamagawa (RIMS, JP)
°Indicates main coordinator.