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John Tate

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John Torrence Tate Jr born March 13, 1925 is an American mathematician, distinguished for many fundamental contributions in algebraic number theory, arithmetic geometry and related areas in algebraic geometry He is professor emeritus at Harvard University He was awarded the Abel Prize in 2010

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Mathematical work
  • 3 Awards and honors
  • 4 Selected publications
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Biography

Tate was born in Minneapolis His father, John Tate Sr, was a professor of physics at the University of Minnesota, and a longtime editor of Physical Review His mother, Lois Beatrice Fossler, was a high school English teacher Tate Jr received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard University, and entered the doctoral program in physics at Princeton University He later transferred to the mathematics department and received his PhD in 1950 as a student of Emil Artin Tate taught at Harvard for 36 years before joining the University of Texas in 1990 He retired from the Texas mathematics department in 2009, and returned to Harvard as a professor emeritus He currently resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts with his wife Carol He has three daughters with his first wife Karin Tate[1]

Mathematical work

Tate's thesis 1950 on Fourier analysis in number fields has become one of the ingredients for the modern theory of automorphic forms and their L-functions, notably by its use of the adele ring, its self-duality and harmonic analysis on it; independently and a little earlier, Kenkichi Iwasawa obtained a similar theory Together with his teacher Emil Artin, Tate gave a cohomological treatment of global class field theory, using techniques of group cohomology applied to the idele class group and Galois cohomology[2] This treatment made more transparent some of the algebraic structures in the previous approaches to class field theory which used central division algebras to compute the Brauer group of a global field

Subsequently, Tate introduced what are now known as Tate cohomology groups In the decades following that discovery he extended the reach of Galois cohomology with the Poitou–Tate duality, the Tate–Shafarevich group, and relations with algebraic K-theory With Jonathan Lubin, he recast local class field theory by the use of formal groups, creating the Lubin–Tate local theory of complex multiplication

He has also made a number of individual and important contributions to p-adic theory; for example, Tate's invention of rigid analytic spaces can be said to have spawned the entire field of rigid analytic geometry He found a p-adic analogue of Hodge theory, now called Hodge–Tate theory, which has blossomed into another central technique of modern algebraic number theory[2] Other innovations of his include the 'Tate curve' parametrization for certain p-adic elliptic curves and the p-divisible Tate–Barsotti groups

Many of his results were not immediately published and some of them were written up by Serge Lang, Jean-Pierre Serre, Joseph H Silverman and others Tate and Serre collaborated on a paper on good reduction of abelian varieties The classification of abelian varieties over finite fields was carried out by Taira Honda and Tate the Honda–Tate theorem[3]

The Tate conjectures are the equivalent for étale cohomology of the Hodge conjecture They relate to the Galois action on the l-adic cohomology of an algebraic variety, identifying a space of 'Tate cycles' the fixed cycles for a suitably Tate-twisted action that conjecturally picks out the algebraic cycles A special case of the conjectures, which are open in the general case, was involved in the proof of the Mordell conjecture by Gerd Faltings

Tate has also had a major influence on the development of number theory through his role as a PhD advisor His students include George Bergman, Bernard Dwork, Benedict Gross, Robert Kottwitz, Jonathan Lubin, Stephen Lichtenbaum, James Milne, V Kumar Murty, Carl Pomerance, Ken Ribet, Joseph H Silverman, Dinesh Thakur

Awards and honors

In 1956 Tate was awarded the American Mathematical Society's Cole Prize for outstanding contributions to number theory In 1995 he received the Leroy P Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement from the American Mathematical Society He was awarded a Wolf Prize in Mathematics in 2002/03 for his creation of fundamental concepts in algebraic number theory[4] In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society[5]

In 2010, the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, of which he is a member,[6] awarded him the Abel Prize, citing "his vast and lasting impact on the theory of numbers" According to a release by the Abel Prize committee "Many of the major lines of research in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry are only possible because of the incisive contributions and illuminating insights of John Tate He has truly left a conspicuous imprint on modern mathematics"[7]

Tate has been described as "one of the seminal mathematicians for the past half-century" by William Beckner, Chairman of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Texas[1]

Selected publications

  • Tate, John 1950, Fourier analysis in number fields and Hecke's zeta functions , Princeton University PhD thesis under Emil Artin Reprinted in Cassels, J W S; Fröhlich, Albrecht, eds 1967, Algebraic number theory, London: Academic Press, pp 305–347, MR 0215665 
  • Tate, John 1952, "The higher dimensional cohomology groups of class field theory", Ann of Math, 2, 56: 294–297, doi:102307/1969801, MR 0049950 
  • Lang, Serge; Tate, John 1958, "Principal homogeneous spaces over abelian varieties", American Journal of Mathematics, 80: 659–684, doi:102307/2372778, MR 0106226 
  • Tate, John 1965, "Algebraic cycles and poles of zeta functions", Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry Proc Conf Purdue Univ, 1963, New York: Harper & Row, pp 93–110, MR 0225778 
  • Lubin, Jonathan; Tate, John 1965, "Formal complex multiplication in local fields", Annals of Mathematics, 81: 380–387, doi:102307/1970622, MR 0172878 
  • Tate, John 1966, "Endomorphisms of abelian varieties over finite fields", Inventiones Mathematicae, 2: 134–144, doi:101007/bf01404549, MR 0206004 
  • Tate, John 1967, "p-divisible groups", in Springer, T A, Proceedings of a Conference on Local Fields, Springer-Verlag, pp 158–183, MR 0231827 
  • Artin, Emil; Tate, John 2009 , Class field theory, AMS Chelsea Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8218-4426-7, MR 2467155 
  • Serre, Jean-Pierre; Tate, John 1968, "Good reduction of abelian varieties", Annals of Mathematics, 88: 462–517, doi:102307/1970722, MR 0236190 
  • Tate, John 1971, "Rigid analytic spaces", Inventiones Mathematicae, 12: 257–289, doi:101007/bf01403307, MR 0306196 
  • Tate, John 1976, "Relations between K2 and Galois cohomology", Inventiones Mathematicae, 36: 257–274, doi:101007/bf01390012, MR 0429837 
  • Tate, John 1984, Les conjectures de Stark sur les fonctions L d'Artin en s=0, Progress in Mathematics, 47, Boston, MA: Birkhäuser Boston, Inc, ISBN 0-8176-3188-7, MR 0782485 
  • Collected Works of John Tate: Parts I and II, American Mathematical Society, 2016

See also

  • Barsotti–Tate group
  • Hodge–Tate module
  • Koszul–Tate resolution
  • Néron–Tate height
  • Sato–Tate conjecture
  • Serre–Tate theorem
  • Tate duality
  • Tate's isogeny theorem
  • Tate Lie algebra
  • Tate twist
  • Tate's algorithm

References

  1. ^ a b c Ralph KM Haurwitz March 24, 2010 "Retired UT mathematician wins prestigious Abel Prize" Statesmancom Archived from the original on March 26, 2010 
  2. ^ a b "American mathematician John Tate wins 2010 Abel Prize" Xinhuanet 2010-03-25 Archived from the original on 2010-08-22 
  3. ^ JT Tate, "Classes d'isogénie des variétés abéliennes sur un corps fini d' après T Honda" , Sem Bourbaki Exp 352 , Lect notes in math , 179 , Springer 1971
  4. ^ The 2002/3 Wolf Foundation Prize in Mathematics Wolf Foundation Accessed March 24, 2010
  5. ^ List of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, retrieved 2013-08-25
  6. ^ "Gruppe 1: Matematiske fag" in Norwegian Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters Archived from the original on 10 November 2013 Retrieved 7 October 2010 
  7. ^ Anne Marie Astad ed "The Abel Prize" The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters 
  • Milne, J, "The Work of John Tate"

External links

  • Tate's home page
  • O'Connor, John J; Robertson, Edmund F, "John Tate", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews 
  • John Tate at the Mathematics Genealogy Project

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