Organizers: Ivan Fesenko, Minhyong Kim, Kobi Kremnitzer
Supported by Clay Mathematics Institute and Symmetries and Correspondences
The work (currently being refereed) of Shinichi Mochizuki on inter-universal Teichmuller theory (arithmetic deformation theory) and its application to famous conjectures in diophantine geometry became publicly available in August 2012. This theory, developed over 20 years, introduces a vast collection of novel ideas, methods and objects. Aspects of the theory extend arithmetic geometry to a non-scheme-theoretic setting and, more generally, have the potential to open new fundamental areas of mathematics. This workshop aims to present and analyse key principles, concepts, objects and proofs of the theory of Mochizuki and study its relations with existing theories in different areas, to help to increase the number of experts in the theory of Mochizuki and stimulate its further applications.
Shinichi Mochizuki will answer questions during two three hour skype sessions during the workshop. He also responds directly to emailed questions.
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Senior participants include (*= to be confirmed)
A. Beilinson (Chicago), G. Faltings (Bonn), I. Fesenko (Nottingham), D. Goldfeld (Columbia Univ.), * Ch. Haesemeyer (Los Angeles), N. Hitchin (Oxford), Yu. Hoshi (Kyoto), * E. Hrushovski (Jerusalem), K. Kedlaya (San Diego), M. Kim (Oxford), K. Kremnitzer (Oxford), U. Kühn (Hamburg), * F. Loeser (Paris), Ch.P. Mok (Purdue Univ.), A. Schmidt (Heidelberg), J. Stix (Frankfurt), T. Szamuely (Budapest), F. Tan (Shanghai), D. Thakur (Rochester), * Yu. Tschinkel (New York), F. Voloch (Austin), B. Yalkinoglu (Strasbourg), Sir A. Wiles (Oxford), G. Yamashita (Kyoto), S.-W. Zhang (Princeton), B. Zilber (Oxford).
Younger participants include
A. Cruz Morales (Rio de Janeiro/Bonn), T. Dupuy (Los Angeles), A. Ivanov (München), A. Javanpeykar (Mainz), R. Kucharczyk (Bonn), L. Kuehne (Bonn), W. Czerniawska (Nottingham), J. Lim (Oxford), T. Oliver (Bristol), W. van Urk (Nottingham), M. Waller (Nottingham).
1st letter to participants of the workshop
Introductory and lecture notes texts:
Bogomolov's proof of the geometric version of the Szpiro conjecture from the point of view of inter-universal Teichmueller theory, by Shinichi Mochizuki
Invitation to inter-universal Teichmüller theory (lecture note version), by Shinichi Mochizuki
A panoramic overview of inter-universal Teichmüller theory, by Shinichi Mochizuki
On the verification of inter-universal Teichmüller theory: a progress report (as of December 2014), by Shinichi Mochizuki
Arithmetic deformation theory via arithmetic fundamental groups and nonarchimedean theta functions, notes on the work of Shinichi Mochizuki, by Ivan Fesenko
The slides for Yu. Hoshi's talk and photos of G. Yamashita's lectures at the RIMS workshop, March 2015
- (currently being refereed) from p.4; plus the following papers are needed to various degree
,  from p. 1,
-,  from p.2,
- from p.3
from the pdf file of papers of Shinichi Mochizuki
Files of the papers and useful comments to some of them are available from the page of
Papers by Shinichi Mochizuki