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Diana Shelstad Wikipedia
Diana Frost Shelstad (born August 19, 1947) is a mathematician known for her work in automorphic forms. She is a professor at Rutgers–Newark. She earned her doctorate at Yale University in 1974 studying real reductive algebraic groups.
Shelstad has been a key player in the development of the theory of endoscopy which is part of Langlands program. She co-conjectured the fundamental lemma with Robert Langlands in 1984. After over 20 years, this conjecture was solved by Ngô Bảo Châu in 2009, thus opening up a wealth of consequences.
In 1999, Shelstad developed a theory of twisted endoscopy with Robert Kottwitz. In 2008–9 she completed work on tempered endoscopy.
On August 4, 2008, Shelstad spoke at the Banff International Research Station. The talk was recorded and may be viewed at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banff-international-research/id307566214.
In 2012 she became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.Shelstad, D. Characters and inner forms of a quasi-split group over $R$. Compositio Mathematica, 39 (1979), no. 1, 11–45.
Langlands, R.; Shelstad, D. On principal values on p-adic manifolds. Lie group representations, II (College Park, Md., 1982/1983), 250–279, Lecture Notes in Math., 1041, Springer, Berlin, 1984.
Kottwitz, R. and D. Shelstad Foundations of Twisted Endoscopy, Asterisque, vol. 255, 1999
Shelstad, D. On geometric transfer in real twisted endoscopy. Annals of Math. 176 (2012), no. 3, 1919-1985.