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1. CMB 2013 (vol 57 pp. 439)
The Fixed Point Locus of the Verschiebung on $\mathcal{M}_X(2, 0)$ for Genus-2 Curves $X$ in Charateristic $2$ |
The Fixed Point Locus of the Verschiebung on $\mathcal{M}_X(2, 0)$ for Genus-2 Curves $X$ in Charateristic $2$ We prove that for every ordinary genus-$2$ curve $X$ over a finite
field $\kappa$ of characteristic $2$ with
$\textrm{Aut}(X/\kappa)=\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z} \times S_3$, there exist
$\textrm{SL}(2,\kappa[\![s]\!])$-representations of $\pi_1(X)$ such
that the image of $\pi_1(\overline{X})$ is infinite. This result
produces a family of examples similar to Laszlo's counterexample
to de Jong's question regarding the finiteness of the geometric
monodromy of representations of the fundamental group.
Keywords:vector bundle, Frobenius pullback, representation, etale fundamental group Categories:14H60, 14D05, 14G15 |
2. CMB 2011 (vol 56 pp. 225)
On the Notion of Visibility of Torsors Let $J$ be an abelian variety and
$A$ be an abelian subvariety of $J$, both defined over $\mathbf{Q}$.
Let $x$ be an element of $H^1(\mathbf{Q},A)$.
Then there are at least two definitions of $x$ being visible in $J$:
one asks that the torsor corresponding to $x$ be isomorphic over $\mathbf{Q}$
to a subvariety of $J$, and the other asks that $x$ be in the kernel
of the natural map $H^1(\mathbf{Q},A) \to H^1(\mathbf{Q},J)$. In this article, we
clarify the relation between the two definitions.
Keywords:torsors, principal homogeneous spaces, visibility, Shafarevich-Tate group Categories:11G35, 14G25 |
3. CMB 2011 (vol 56 pp. 500)
The Lang--Weil Estimate for Cubic Hypersurfaces An improved estimate is provided for the number of $\mathbb{F}_q$-rational points
on a geometrically irreducible, projective, cubic hypersurface that is
not equal to a cone.
Keywords:cubic hypersurface, rational points, finite fields Categories:11G25, 14G15 |
4. CMB 2011 (vol 55 pp. 842)
The Rank of Jacobian Varieties over the Maximal Abelian Extensions of Number Fields: Towards the Frey-Jarden Conjecture |
The Rank of Jacobian Varieties over the Maximal Abelian Extensions of Number Fields: Towards the Frey-Jarden Conjecture Frey and Jarden asked if
any abelian variety over a number field $K$
has the infinite Mordell-Weil rank over
the maximal abelian extension $K^{\operatorname{ab}}$.
In this paper,
we give an affirmative answer to their conjecture
for the Jacobian variety
of any smooth projective curve $C$
over $K$
such that $\sharp C(K^{\operatorname{ab}})=\infty$
and for any abelian variety of $\operatorname{GL}_2$-type with trivial character.
Keywords:Mordell-Weil rank, Jacobian varieties, Frey-Jarden conjecture, abelian points Categories:11G05, 11D25, 14G25, 14K07 |
5. CMB 2009 (vol 53 pp. 58)
Ranks in Families of Jacobian Varieties of Twisted Fermat Curves In this paper, we prove that the unboundedness of ranks in families of Jacobian varieties of twisted Fermat curves is equivalent to the divergence of certain infinite series.
Keywords:Fermat curve, Jacobian variety, elliptic curve, canonical height Categories:11G10, 11G05, 11G50, 14G05, 11G30, 14H45, 14K15 |
6. CMB 2009 (vol 52 pp. 117)
On the Rational Points of the Curve $f(X,Y)^q = h(X)g(X,Y)$ Let $q = 2,3$ and $f(X,Y)$, $g(X,Y)$, $h(X)$ be polynomials with
integer coefficients. In this paper we deal with the curve
$f(X,Y)^q = h(X)g(X,Y)$, and we show that under some favourable
conditions it is possible to determine all of its rational points.
Categories:11G30, 14G05, 14G25 |
7. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 486)
Higher-Dimensional Modular\\Calabi--Yau Manifolds We construct several examples of higher-dimensional Calabi--Yau manifolds and prove their
modularity.
Categories:14G10, 14J32, 11G40 |
8. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 196)
Plane Quartic Twists of $X(5,3)$ Given an odd surjective Galois representation $\varrho\from \G_\Q\to\PGL_2(\F_3)$ and a
positive integer~$N$, there exists a twisted modular curve $X(N,3)_\varrho$
defined over $\Q$ whose rational points classify the quadratic $\Q$-curves of degree $N$
realizing~$\varrho$. This paper gives a method to provide an explicit plane quartic model for
this curve in the genus-three case $N=5$.
Categories:11F03, 11F80, 14G05 |
9. CMB 2006 (vol 49 pp. 560)
A K3 Surface Associated With Certain Integral Matrices Having Integral Eigenvalues In this article we will show that there are infinitely many
symmetric, integral $3 \times 3$ matrices, with zeros on the
diagonal, whose eigenvalues are all integral. We will do this by
proving that the rational points on a certain non-Kummer, singular
K3 surface
are dense. We will also compute the entire NÃ©ron-Severi group of
this surface and find all low degree curves on it.
Keywords:symmetric matrices, eigenvalues, elliptic surfaces, K3 surfaces, NÃ©ron--Severi group, rational curves, Diophantine equations, arithmetic geometry, algebraic geometry, number theory Categories:14G05, 14J28, 11D41 |
10. CMB 2006 (vol 49 pp. 11)
Going-Down Results for $C_{i}$-Fields We search for theorems that, given a $C_i$-field $K$ and a subfield $k$ of $K$, allow
us to conclude that $k$ is a $C_j$-field for some $j$. We give appropriate theorems in
the case $K=k(t)$ and $K = k\llp t\rrp$. We then consider the more difficult case where $K/k$
is an algebraic extension. Here we are able to prove some results, and make conjectures. We
also point out the connection between these questions and Lang's conjecture on nonreal function
fields over a real closed field.
Keywords:$C_i$-fields, Lang's Conjecture Categories:12F, 14G |
11. CMB 2005 (vol 48 pp. 180)
Geometry and Arithmetic of Certain Double Octic Calabi--Yau Manifolds We study Calabi--Yau manifolds constructed as double coverings of
$\mathbb{P}^3$ branched along an octic surface. We give a list of 87
examples corresponding to arrangements of eight planes defined over
$\mathbb{Q}$. The Hodge numbers are computed for all examples. There are
10 rigid Calabi--Yau manifolds and 14 families with $h^{1,2}=1$. The
modularity conjecture is verified for all the rigid examples.
Keywords:Calabi--Yau, double coverings, modular forms Categories:14G10, 14J32 |
12. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 398)
A Reduction of the Batyrev-Manin Conjecture for Kummer Surfaces Let $V$ be a $K3$ surface defined over a number field $k$. The
Batyrev-Manin conjecture for $V$ states that for every nonempty open
subset $U$ of $V$, there exists a finite set $Z_U$ of accumulating
rational curves such that the density of rational points on $U-Z_U$ is
strictly less than the density of rational points on $Z_U$. Thus,
the set of rational points of $V$ conjecturally admits a stratification
corresponding to the sets $Z_U$ for successively smaller sets $U$.
In this paper, in the case that $V$ is a Kummer surface, we prove that
the Batyrev-Manin conjecture for $V$ can be reduced to the
Batyrev-Manin conjecture for $V$ modulo the endomorphisms of $V$
induced by multiplication by $m$ on the associated abelian surface
$A$. As an application, we use this to show that given some restrictions
on $A$, the set of rational points of $V$ which lie on rational curves
whose preimages have geometric genus 2 admits a stratification of
Keywords:rational points, Batyrev-Manin conjecture, Kummer, surface, rational curve, abelian surface, height Categories:11G35, 14G05 |
13. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 264)
Counting Rational Points on Ruled Varieties In this paper, we prove a general result computing the number of rational points
of bounded height on a projective variety $V$ which is covered by lines. The
main technical result used to achieve this is an upper bound on the number of
rational points of bounded height on a line. This upper bound is such that it
can be easily controlled as the line varies, and hence is used to sum the counting
functions of the lines which cover the original variety $V$.
Categories:11G50, 11D45, 11D04, 14G05 |
14. CMB 2003 (vol 46 pp. 495)
Canonical Vector Heights on Algebraic K3 Surfaces with Picard Number Two Let $V$ be an algebraic K3 surface defined over a number field $K$.
Suppose $V$ has Picard number two and an infinite group of
automorphisms $\mathcal{A} = \Aut(V/K)$. In this paper, we
introduce the notion of a vector height $\mathbf{h} \colon V \to
\Pic(V) \otimes \mathbb{R}$ and show the existence of a canonical
vector height $\widehat{\mathbf{h}}$ with the following properties:
\begin{gather*}
\widehat{\mathbf{h}} (\sigma P) = \sigma_* \widehat{\mathbf{h}} (P) \\
h_D (P) = \widehat{\mathbf{h}} (P) \cdot D + O(1),
\end{gather*}
where $\sigma \in \mathcal{A}$, $\sigma_*$ is the pushforward of
$\sigma$ (the pullback of $\sigma^{-1}$), and $h_D$ is a Weil
height associated to the divisor $D$. The bounded function implied
by the $O(1)$ does not depend on $P$. This allows us to attack
some arithmetic problems. For example, we show that the number of
rational points with bounded logarithmic height in an
$\mathcal{A}$-orbit satisfies
$$
N_{\mathcal{A}(P)} (t,D) = \# \{Q \in \mathcal{A}(P) : h_D (Q) Categories:11G50, 14J28, 14G40, 14J50, 14G05 |