|Equipe(s) :||fa, tn, tga,|
|Responsables :||Marc Hindry, Bruno Kahn, Wieslawa Niziol, Cathy Swaenepoel|
|Email des responsables :||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Orateur(s)||K. Rubin - Irvine,|
|Titre||Growth of Selmer groups in generalized dihedral extensions|
|Horaire||14:00 à 15:00|
In joint work with Barry Mazur, we obtain lower bounds for Selmer ranks of elliptic curves over dihedral extensions of number fields. If F/k is a dihedral extension of number fields of degree 2n with n odd, and E is an elliptic curve over k that has odd rank over the quadratic extension K of k in F, then standard conjectures (and a root number calculation) predict that E(F) has rank at least n. The only case where one can presently prove anything close to this bound is when K is imaginary quadratic, and E(F) contains Heegner points. Mazur and I prove unconditionally that if n is a power of an odd prime p, F/K is unramified at all primes where E has bad reduction, all primes above p split in K/k, and the p-Selmer corank of E/K is odd, then the p-Selmer corank of E/F is at least n. This provides a large class of examples of Z_p^d-extensions where the Selmer module is not a torsion Iwasawa module.