-Adic Tate Conjectures and Abeloid Varieties
Oliver GregoryTU München, Zentrum Mathematik - M11, Boltzmannstr. 3, 85748 Garching bei München, Germany
Christian LiedtkeTU München, Zentrum Mathematik - M11, Boltzmannstr. 3, 85748 Garching bei München, Germany
We explore Tate-type conjectures over -adic fields, especially a conjecture of W. Raskind [in: Algebra and number theory. Proceedings of the silver jubilee conference, Hyderabad, India, December 11--16, 2003. New Delhi: Hindustan Book Agency. 99--115 (2005; Zbl 1085.14009)] that predicts the surjectivity of if is smooth and projective over a -adic field and has totally degenerate reduction. Sometimes, this is related to -adic uniformisation. For abelian varieties, Raskind's conjecture is equivalent to the question whether is surjective if and are abeloid varieties over a -adic field.
Using -adic Hodge theory and Fontaine's functors, we reformulate both problems into questions about the interplay of -versus -structures inside filtered -modules. Finally, we disprove all of these conjectures and questions by showing that they can fail for algebraisable abeloid surfaces, that is, for abelian surfaces with totally degenerate reduction.
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Oliver Gregory, Christian Liedtke, -Adic Tate Conjectures and Abeloid Varieties. Doc. Math. 24 (2019), pp. 1879–1934DOI 10.4171/DM/718