All talks will be held in H6.

In the first part of this talk we generalize Nekovář’s construction of $p$adic heights for Selmer
complexes to the nonordinary case. In the second part, we discuss some applications of this con
struction to the Iwasawa theory of modular forms (joint work in progress with Kazim Büyükboduk).

The goal of this talk is to explain some recent results concerning `LubinTate $(\phi,\Gamma)$modules'. As in the classical cyclotomic case, one can use them to construct cohomology classes, and then elements of the Iwasawa cohomology groups. I will review the relevant objects, the construction of cohomology classes, and give explicit formulas relating BlochKato's exponential map and these classes.
Joint work with L.~Fourquaux.

I will discuss properties of the recently developed arithmetic syntomic cohomology due to NekovářNizioł that generalises
logsyntomic cohomology, and Besser's rigid syntomic cohomology, and lie out a comparison, using methods developed by Kurihara, with the goal of extending this comparison to more general cases.
Part of what I will discuss is work in progress.

I will speak about results contained in my article "$G$torseurs en
théorie de Hodge $p$adique" linked to local class field theory. I will in particular
explain the computation of the Brauer group of the curve and why its
fundamental class is the one from local class field theory.

$p$adic $L$functions for cohomological cuspidal automorphic representations of $\mathrm{GL}(2n)$,
which have a Shalika model, were first constructed by Ash and Ginzburg in the case of trivial coefficients.
We will discuss a new, more conceptual construction, which works for arbitrary coefficients.

We prove new classicality criteria for overconvergent $p$adic automorphic forms of finite slope on definite unitary groups. These criteria are formulated in terms of the local geometry of a space parametrizing trianguline representations. Trianguline representations are a class of representations of the Galois group of a local $p$adic field. By definition the $(\phi,\Gamma)$module over the Robba ring associated to a trianguline representation admits a complete flag stable under $\phi$ and $\Gamma$. These representations naturally vary in rigid analytic families and may be seen as a counterpart of eigenvarieties. This is joint work with C. Breuil and B. Schraen.

In the 90ies Clozel identified an important class of automorphic representations of $\mathrm{GL}(n)$,
which conjecturally correspond to motives. This raises the question how rationality properties of motives
are reflected on the automorphic side. In this talk I will discuss the existence of global rational structures
on automorphic respresentations and present applications to special values of $L$functions.

The `$p$adic Stark conjecture at $s=1$' is formulated for a finite Galois
extension of totally real number fields $L/K$ and a prime $p$. It
relates the leading terms at $s=1$ of $p$adic Artin $L$functions to
those of the complex Artin $L$functions attached to $L/K$. When $L=K$
this is equivalent to Leopoldt's conjecture for $L$ at $p$ and the
`$p$adic class number formula at $s = 1$' of Colmez. An important
motivation for studying the $p$adic Stark conjecture at $s = 1$ is that
Burns and Venjakob have shown that it allows one to `descend' from the
equivariant Iwasawa main conjecture to deduce the
relevant special case of the equivariant Tamagawa number conjecture
(ETNC). We prove the $p$adic Stark conjecture at $s=1$ for absolutely
abelian extensions and use the representation theory of finite groups
to reduce it to Leopoldt's conjecture for many nonabelian
extensions. As a consequence, we obtain strong new evidence for
certain cases of the ETNC. This is work in progress joint with Andreas
Nickel.

In the original evolution of the theory of $(\phi, \Gamma)$modules out of
the work of Fontaine, Colmez, Berger, et al., the base rings were
certain rings of power series with $p$adic coefficients. These rings
carry certain Frobenius lifts which are injective but not surjective. By
contrast, if one revisits this theory within the framework of perfectoid
algebras, one gets a parallel theory in which the base rings have
bijective Frobenius actions, and the role of the cyclotomic tower can be
played by an arbitrary strictly APF extension. It is thus reasonable to
ask to what extent constructions from the original theory can or cannot
be replicated in the perfectoid setting; we will discuss some positive
and negative answers to this question.

In our joint work with Loeffler and Zerbes an explicit reciprocity law for
Rankinconvolutions of modular forms was proved, which leads to new finiteness results on the
TateShafarevich group for elliptic curves. The strategy
of the proof relies on using noncritical points of the $p$adic $L$function and
a theory of $p$adic interpolation of the étale realization of motivic Eisenstein
classes via the so called EisensteinIwasawa class.
In this talk we explain our approach, discuss other cases where this
strategy works and describe a new result, which generalizes the EisensteinIwasawa classes.

Given a modular form $f$ and a quadratic imaginary field $K$, one can form a $p$adic $L$function interpolating central critical values of the complex $L$function of $f$ twisted by characters of the anticyclotomic $\mathbb{Z}_p$extension of $K$. Under suitable parity conditions, one shows that this $p$adic $L$function is nonzero, and we can consider its $\mu$ and $\lambda$ Iwasawa invariants. When $f$ lives in a Hida family, we show that these invariants are constants on branches, obtaining an anticyclotomic analogue of a similar result by EmertonPollackWeston in the cyclotomic setting. This result allows us to spread results on the main conjecture from one form to all other forms in the family, obtaining new cases of the anticyclotomic main conjecture.
This is a joint work with F. Castella and C.H. Kim.

The classical HodgeTate map of the connected $p$divisible group of the universal oridinary abelian variety extends to a strict neighborhood of the ordinary locus and allows us to interpolate Siegel modular forms when the weight varies.
I will give some elements of the proof of these facts, these will be related to toroidal compactifications and Mumford quotients. This is joint work with Olivier Brinon and Jacques Tilouine.

I will speak about the construction of a new integral $p$adic
cohomology theory interpolating crystalline and étale, obtained by
glueing de RhamWitt complexes and the proétale cohomology of period
sheaves. This is joint work with B. Bhatt and P. Scholze.

In this talk, we present a new conjecture on slopes of $p$adic modular forms. We write down a relatively simple and explicit power series over weight space and conjecture, in the $\Gamma_0(N)$regular case, that this power series knows the slopes of the $U_p$ operator acting on all spaces of overconvergent modular forms. Precisely, we conjecture that the Newton polygon of our series evaluated at a weight $k$ (classical or not) matches the Newton polygon of the characteristic power series of $U_p$ acting on weight $k$ overconvergent modular forms. We call this power series the ``ghost series'' as its spectral curve hovers around the true spectral curve.
In this talk, we will explain this ghost conjecture and its connections to other conjectures on slopes
(e.g.~Buzzard's conjecture, the GouveaMazur conjecture, Coleman's spectral halo) and discuss
implications for the shape and structure of the eigencurve.
This is a joint project with John Bergdall.

I'll explain how to prove the existence of an infinitesimal
character on the locally analytic vectors of certain $p$adic Banach
representations appearing as Hecke eigenspaces in some completed
cohomology spaces. I'll draw some consequences concerning the canonical
dimension of these $p$adic Banach representations.

We generalize work of Fontaine and Herr about expressing local
Galois cohomology and Iwasawa cohomology in terms of
$(\phi,\Gamma)$modules from the cyclotomic case to the case of LubinTate
extensions. In particular we show a kind of reciprocity law which admits
to calculate the image of an adequate Kummer map in the first Iwasawa
cohomology group. This is joint work with Peter Schneider (Münster).

We give criteria for Leopoldt's conjecture and we construct by modular means
a Galois representation whose ramification satisfies most
of the properties of the criteria. (jw C. Khare)

Let $G$ be the group of $\mathbb{Q}_p$points on a $\mathbb{Q}_p$split connected reductive group with connected centre. There are (at least) two candidates (one by Breuil and the other by Schneider and Vignéras) for the generalization of Colmez's "Montréal functor" (from the case $G=\mathrm{GL}_2(\mathbb{Q}_p)$ to this generality) adjoining a (generalized) étale $(\phi,\Gamma)$module to a smooth mod $p^n$ representation $\pi$ of $G$. In the talk I will show how to obtain Breuil's $(\phi,\Gamma)$module by a series of taking étale hull, localisation, and pseudocompact completion of the SchneiderVignéras functor. Moreover, assuming certain nonvanishing of a variant of Breuil's functor we show how to realize the Pontryagin dual of $\pi$ as a $G$invariant subspace in the global sections of a $G$equivariant sheaf on the flag variety $G/B$ where $B$ is a Borel subgroup. This is joint work with M. Erdélyi.