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ICTP Lecture Notes Series, Volume 21
(ISBN 92-95003-37-3) - June 2008


School on Automorphic Forms on GL(n)


Editors: L. Göttsche (ICTP, Italy), G. Harder (Bonn University, Germany) M.S. Raghunathan (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India) 

vol. 21 coverIntroduction

The School on Automorphic Forms on GL(n) took place at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste from 31 July to 18 August 2000, under the direction of G. Harder (Universität Bonn) and M.S. Raghunathan (Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, Mumbai). The local organizer was Lothar Göttsche (ICTP).
The central topics of the school were the theory of automorphic forms on GL(n) and the local theory of representations on GL(n) over p-adic fields. The programme included an introduction to automorphic forms, recent results on L-functions on GL(n), an introduction to the Langlands programme, an introduction to the theory of local representations and an outline of the proof of the local Langlands conjecture for GL(n) over local fields.
The school consisted of two weeks of lecture courses followed by one week of conference. This lecture notes volume contains the notes of most of the lecture courses. The electronic version of these lecture notes is available at
The school was financially supported by a grant from the European Commission. We are very thankful for this support.
I take this opportunity to thank G. Harder and M.S. Raghunathan for organizing this school. I would also like to thank the lecturers of the school and the speakers at the conference for their very interesting lectures.

L. Göttsche
Trieste, June 2003

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