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G-torseurs en théorie de Hodge p-adique

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 November 2020

Laurent Fargues
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CNRS, Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu, 4 place Jussieu, 75252 Paris, France laurent.fargues@imj-prg.fr
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Résumé

Étant donné un groupe réductif $G$ sur une extension de degré fini de $\mathbb {Q}_p$ on classifie les $G$-fibrés sur la courbe introduite dans Fargues and Fontaine [Courbes et fibrés vectoriels en théorie de Hodge $p$-adique, Astérisque 406 (2018)]. Le résultat est interprété en termes de l'ensemble $B(G)$ de Kottwitz. On calcule également la cohomologie étale de la courbe à coefficients de torsion en lien avec la théorie du corps de classe local.

Abstract

Abstract

Given a reductive group $G$ over a finite extension of $\mathbb {Q}_p$ we classify the $G$-bundles over the curve introduced in Fargues and Fontaine [Courbes et fibrés vectoriels en théorie de Hodge $p$-adique, Astérisque 406 (2018)]. The result is interpreted in terms of Kottwitz set $B(G)$. We moreover compute the étale cohomology of the curve with torsion coefficients and relate the result to local class field theory.

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L'auteur a bénéficié du support du projet ANR-14-CE25 ‘PerCoLaTor’.

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