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OUTLINE OF A COURSE ON ELLIPTIC CURVES AND GROSSZAGIER THEOREMS OVER FUNCTION FIELDS ARIZONA WINTER SCHOOL 2000 DOUGLAS ULMER 1 REVIEW OF ELLIPTIC CURVES OVER FUNCTION FIELDS 0 De nitions and examples Constant7 isotriVial7 and non constant curves 0 The Mordell Weil theorem 0 Constant curves The lattices of Elkies7 Shioda7 et al 0 Torsion is uniformly bounded Ranks are unbounded o L functions o Grothendieck7s analysis of L functions gives analytic continuation7 functional equation 0 L functions should be Viewed as functions of characters of the idele class group 0 Zarhin7s theorem X gt gt LEX determines E up to isogeny o The conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton Dyer 0 Work of Tate and Milne ords1LEs 2 Rank with equality if and only if M is nite 0 Outline of the proof 7 The elliptic surface SFq corresponding to LEs det17 q sFrlH for a certain H Q H26 Oz 7 Points on E correspond to curves on S Heights are essentially intersection numbers 7 Cycle classes of curves give rise to zeroes of the L function Finiteness of M gt weak BSD comes from the Kummer se quence on S and M Br 0 Other work Brown7 Riick Tipp7 Longhi7 Pal 0 References Gross7 Zarhin7 Groth7 Milne807 Tate667 Milne757 C Z7 Cross in Storrs Date March 157 2000i DOUGLAS ULMER 2 AUTOMORPHIC FORMS AND ANALYTIC MODULARITY o Additive characters7 multiplicative characters7 conductors and real parts 0 De nition of x4K7 i57 automorphic forms of level K and central character 15 o Analogue with functions on upper half plane The double coset space X where automorphic forms live 0 X is the set of isomorphism classes of rank 2 vector bundles with level structure up to twisting by a line bundle 0 Structure of X Riemann Roch and stability 0 Petersson inner product 0 Cusp forms 0 Hecke operators7 new and old forms 0 Fourier expansions o L functions 0 Functional equations 0 Harmonic forms 0 Constructions of forms7 classically and in terms of vector bundles Eisenstein series Poincare series Theta functions Converse theorems Deligne7s theorem there is a form f such that LEs LU 5 Drinfeld7s geometric Langlands construction 0 Interesting linear functionals on AK are represented as PIP with interesting forms f E x4K7 b 0 Half of the Gross Zagier computation is to nd the Fourier expan sion of the form representing f gt gt L Kf7 1 0 References Weill7 Serre7 Gek7 Del7 Drin83 GROSS ZAGIER OVER FUNCTION FIELDS 3 3 DRINFELD MODULAR CURVES AND GEOMETRIC MODULARITY o The ring A of functions regular outside 00 o For k of characteristic p7 EndkGa is the twisted polynomial ring k7 7 Ta apT 0 De nition of Drinfeld modules Rank7 characteristic7 height 0 Examples 0 Morphisms 0 Division points 0 lsogenies o Endomorphisms 0 Complex multiplication 0 Level structures 0 Modular curves 0 Analytic description of Drinfeld modular curves 0 The adelic version of the analytic description 0 The building map 0 Drinfeld reciprocity relating the cohomology of the modular curve to automorphic forms 0 Geometric modularity via Drinfeld reciprocity7 Deligne converse theorems7 and Zarhin 0 References Drin747 D H7 G R7 AB7 Ohio DOUGLAS ULMER 4 OVERVIEW OF THE GROSS ZAGIER COMPUTATION AND APPLICATION TO ELLIPTIC CURVES o Heegner points on X001 existence7 construction Galois action The Heegner point PK 6 J0n 0 Goal L Kf7 1 c htPKf c a non zero constant for new eigen forms f E AP0nool l 0 Key reduction do it for all f at once i Let hm be the form such that f7 hmp1p L Kf7 1 i Let hazy be the form with Fourier coef cients ltPK7TmPKgtht A formal Hecke algebra argument shows that the goal is equiv alent to the equality hm chm Prove this coef cient by coef cient 0 The analytic computation Rankin7s method shows that LKfs f7hsp1p where hS is the product of a CM form theta series and an Eisenstein series which is a function of s 7 Compute a trace to make the level of hS noo Take the derivative at s 1 h ih 51 Do a harmonic projection nd hm harmonic such that f7 hmp1p f7 hp1p for all harmonic forms f o The algebraic computation lnterpret height as a sum of local intersection numbers 7 At nite places7 intersection number counts the number of isogenies between certain Drinfeld modules L y over nite rings OvWZ Use the moduli interpretation of points 7 Count these isogenies using the ideal theory of the quaternion ring End At 00 there is no convenient moduli interpretation Compute the local height using a Green7s function7 exactly as in the original G Z This is a very analytic way to calculate a ratio nal number7 but it meshes well with analytic aspects of the harmonic projection calculation 0 Application to elliptic curves Show ords1 LEs S 1 i BSD for EF by using G Z formula and non vanishing results for L functions In function eld case7 non vanishing results are used for some useful preliminary reductions7 and to nd a good 0 References G Z AB CZl Del lDHl Drin74 Drin83 Gek GR Gross Groth GZ Milne75 MilneSO Ohio Serre Storrs Tate66 Tate75 Weill Zarhin GROSS ZAGIER OVER FUNCTION FIELDS 5 REFERENCES Gekeler EiUi 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