## MATTHIAS FLACH

Professor of Mathematics

**Research Interests: ** Arithmetic geometry, in particular:
- motivic
*L*-functions
(conjectures of Bloch, Beilinson, Deligne, Bloch-Kato et al)
- Galois module theory
- motivic cohomology
- topos theory

**Other People in Related Areas**

- D. Burns, King's College, London, UK
- Thomas Geisser, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
- Baptiste Morin, Marie-Curie fellow, Universitaet Muenster

**Recent Publications**

*Iwasawa Theory and Motivic L-functions *

Pure and Appl. Math. Quarterly, Jean Pierre Serre special issue, part II, Vol. 5, no.1, 2009

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*Cohomology of Topological Groups with applications to the Weil Group*

Compositio Math., Vol. 144, no. 3, 2008

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*On the cyclotomic main conjecture for the prime 2, to appear in J.
Reine Angew. Math.*

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.pdf file of this paper.

**Preprints**

*On the Weil-etale topos of regular arithmetic schemes* (with B. Morin)

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.pdf file of this paper.

**Courses Taught:**

**Fall 2003–04:** Ma 120a -
Abstract Algebra
**Fall 2004-05:** Ma 120a -
Abstract Algebra
**Winter 2005:** Ma 2bP -
Differential Equations, Practical Track
**Spring 2005:** Ma 160c -
Number Theory
**Winter 2006:**Ma 130b -
Algebraic Geometry
**Spring 2006:** Ma 130c -
Algebraic Geometry, Ma 135c -
Arithmetic Geometry
**Winter 2007:** Ma 160b -
Algebraic Number Theory
**Spring 2007:** Ma 5c -
Introduction to Abstract Algebra
**Winter 2008:** Ma 135b -
Arithmetic Geometry
**Spring 2009:** Ma 1cA -
Multivariable Calculus
**Fall 2009:** Ma 120a -
Abstract Algebra
**Fall 2010:** Ma 130a -
Algebraic Geometry, Ma 160a - Algebraic Number Theory
**Spring 2011:** Ma 1cAn -
Multivariable Calculus

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