A04 New cohomology theories for arithmetic schemes
We develop, study and compute certain global cohomology theories for schemes. These cohomology theories may be viewed as deformations of ‘classical’ cohomology theories over mixed characteristic or over the sphere spectrum. For example, de Rham–Witt cohomology is a deformation of de Rham cohomology over mixed characteristic. Topological Hochschild homology is a deformation of ordinary Hochschild homology over the sphere spectrum. The motivation for the project is to use these cohomology theories to attack deep problems in algebra, topology and arithmetic geometry. Our most ambitious application concerns zeta functions.
Project Leaders & Staff
Project Leaders Prof. Dr. Christopher Deninger Prof. Dr. Thomas Nikolaus Staff Konrad Bals Edith Hübner Dr. Achim Krause Maria Lünnemann Dr. Jay Shah Dr. Jakob Scholbach