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David Loeffler: Publications and Preprints

For published papers, I have given links both to the final version of each paper on the journal's web site, and to freely-available versions on the Arxiv and the Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP). The Arxiv / WRAP versions may be missing some revisions made in the final versions.

See also my Google Scholar profile. ORCID ORCID logo orcid.org/0000-0001-9069-1877.

Preprints

  • D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Euler systems with local conditions (expository article). (Arxiv)
  • D. Loeffler, C. Skinner and S.L. Zerbes, Euler systems for GSp(4). (Arxiv)
  • L. Dembélé, D. Loeffler and A. Pacetti, Non-paritious Hilbert modular forms. (Arxiv)
  • D. Loeffler, C. Skinner and S.L. Zerbes, Syntomic regulators of Asai–Flach classes. (Arxiv)
  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Euler systems for Hilbert modular surfaces. (Arxiv)

In press

  • G. Kings, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Rankin–Eisenstein classes for modular forms. To appear in American J. Math. (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, A note on p-adic Rankin–Selberg L-functions, to appear in Canad. Math. Bulletin. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Iwasawa theory for the symmetric square of a modular form, to appear in J. Reine Angew. Math. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2017

  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, On the asymptotic growth of Bloch–Kato–Shafarevich–Tate groups of modular forms over cyclotomic extensions, Canad. J. Math. 69 (2017), no. 4, 826–850. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • G. Kings, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Rankin–Eisenstein classes and explicit reciprocity laws, Cambridge J. Math. 5 (2017), no. 1, 1–122. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, Images of adelic Galois representations for modular forms, Glasgow Math. J. 59 (2017), no. 1, 11—25. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2016

  • D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Rankin–Eisenstein classes in Coleman families, Res. Math. Sci 3 (2016), 29 (special issue in honour of Robert F. Coleman). (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • A. Besser, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Finite polynomial cohomology for general varieties, in P-adic Variation in Number Theory (Glenn Stevens' 60th birthday), Annales mathématiques du Québec 40 (2016), no. 1, 203—220. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2015

  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Euler systems for modular forms over imaginary quadratic fields, Compos. Math. 151 (2015), no. 9, 1585—1625. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, O. Venjakob and S.L. Zerbes, Local epsilon-isomorphisms, Kyoto J. Math. 55 (2015), no. 1, 63—127. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2014

  • D. Loeffler, P-adic integration on ray class groups and non-ordinary p-adic L-functions, in Iwasawa Theory 2012: State of the Art and Recent Advances (ed. T. Bouganis and O. Venjakob), vol. 7 of Contributions in Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Springer, 2014, 357—378. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Iwasawa theory and p-adic L-functions over Zp2-extensions, Int. J. Number Theory 10 (2014), no. 8, 2045—2095. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Euler systems for Rankin–Selberg convolutions of modular forms, Ann. of Math. 180 (2014), no. 2, 653—771. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • T. Hamilton and D. Loeffler, Congruence testing for odd subgroups of the modular group, LMS J. Comput. Math. 17 (2014), no. 1, 206—208. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, Computing with algebraic automorphic forms (expository article), in Computations with Modular Forms: Proceedings of a Summer School and Conference, Heidelberg, August/September 2011 (ed. G. Böckle and G. Wiese), vol. 6 of Contributions in Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Springer, 2014, 47—68. (Published version) (link) (WRAP)

2013

  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Critical slope p-adic L-functions of CM modular forms, Israel J. Math. 198 (2013), no. 1, 261—282. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Wach modules and critical slope p-adic L-functions, J. Reine Angew. Math. 679 (2013), 181—206. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2012

  • R. Hill and D. Loeffler, P-adic interpolation of metaplectic forms of cohomological type, Int. J. Number Theory 8 (2012), no. 7, 1—48. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler and J. Weinstein, On the computation of local components of a newform, Mathematics of Computation 81 (2012), 1179—1200. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP) — see also erratum (Mathematics of Computation 84 (2015), no. 291, 355—356).

2011

  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Coleman maps and the p-adic regulator, Algebra & Number Theory 5 (2011), no. 8, 1095–1131. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, Density of classical points in eigenvarieties, Mathematical Research Letters 18 (2011), no. 5, 983—990. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • R. Hill and D. Loeffler, Emerton's Jacquet functors for non-Borel parabolic subgroups, Documenta Math. 16 (2011), 1—31. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
  • D. Loeffler, Overconvergent algebraic automorphic forms, Proc. London Math. Soc. 102 (2011), no. 2, 193—228. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)
    • See also correction in Proc. London Math. Soc. 114 (2017), no. 1, 399--400.

2010

  • A. Lei, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Wach modules and Iwasawa theory for modular forms, Asian J. Math. 14 (2010), no. 4, 475—528. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2008

  • D. Loeffler, Explicit calculations of automorphic forms for definite unitary groups, LMS J. Comput. Math 11 (2008), 326—342. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

2007

  • D. Loeffler, Spectral expansions of overconvergent modular functions, Int. Math. Res. Not 2007, no. 16. (Published version) (Arxiv) (WRAP)

Not for publication

  • G. Kings, D. Loeffler and S.L. Zerbes, Rankin–Selberg Euler systems and p-adic interpolation, preprint. (Arxiv) This paper has been withdrawn, as there is a substantial gap in the arguments. It is replaced by the two papers "Rankin–Eisenstein classes for modular forms" and "Rankin–Eisenstein classes and explicit reciprocity laws" (see above.)

My Erdos number is 4, via the path Erdős—Vaughan—Velani—Hill—Loeffler.