Tuesday, June 05th, 2012 | Author: Konrad Voelkel
This post is the continuation of "From the Langlands Correspondence for Function Fields to the Geometric Langlands Correspondence I", and explains how to translate the Langlands Correspondence for function fields to a geometric question.
This post grew out of the preparation for a seminar talk on this topic and is separated in two parts, this being the second, and last part.
To repeat briefly, the Langlands Correspondence for a function field of a smooth projective curve states that certain n-dimensional irreducible l-adic Galois representations correspond (1:1) to irreducible cuspidal automorphic representations of . Furthermore, the L-functions of Galois representations and automorphic representations coincide.