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In this paper we study the distribution of the coefficients a(n) of half integral weight modular forms modulo odd integers M . As a consequence we obtain improvements of indivisibility results for the central critical values of quadratic twists of L-functions associated with integral weight newforms established in [O-S]. Moreover, we find a simple criterion… (More)

For integers k ≥ 2, we study two differential operators on harmonic weak Maass forms of weight 2 − k. The operator ξ2−k (resp. D) defines a map to the space of weight k cusp forms (resp. weakly holomorphic modular forms). We leverage these operators to study coefficients of harmonic weak Maass forms. Although generic harmonic weak Maass forms are expected… (More)

- Jan H. Bruinier, Ken Ono
- 2011

We prove that the coefficients of certain weight −1/2 harmonic Maass forms are “traces” of singular moduli for weak Maass forms. To prove this theorem, we construct a theta lift from spaces of weight −2 harmonic weak Maass forms to spaces of weight −1/2 vectorvalued harmonic weak Maass forms on Mp2(Z), a result which is of independent interest. We then… (More)

Zagier proved that the traces of singular moduli, i.e., the sums of the values of the classical j-invariant over quadratic irrationalities, are the Fourier coefficients of a modular form of weight 3/2 with poles at the cusps. Using the theta correspondence, we generalize this result to traces of CM values of (weakly holomorphic) modular functions on modular… (More)

- Jan H. Bruinier
- 2001

- Jan H. Bruinier
- 2008

For a half integral weight modular form f we study the signs of the Fourier coefficients a(n). If f is a Hecke eigenform of level N with real Nebentypus character, and t is a fixed square-free positive integer with a(t) 6= 0, we show that for all but finitely many primes p the sequence (a(tp2m))m has infinitely many signs changes. Moreover, we prove similar… (More)

- Jan H. Bruinier
- 1999

1. Introduction. Let k be an integer and N be a positive integer divisible by 4. If is a prime, denote by v a continuation of the usual-adic valuation on Q to a fixed algebraic closure. Let f be a modular form of weight k + 1/2 with respect to 0 (N) and Nebentypus character χ which has integral algebraic Fourier coefficients a(n), and put v (f) = inf n v… (More)

Let j(z) = q−1 + 744 + 196884q + · · · denote the usual elliptic modular function on SL2(Z) (q := e throughout). We shall refer to a complex number τ of the form τ = −b+ √ b2−4ac 2a with a, b, c ∈ Z, gcd(a, b, c) = 1 and b −4ac < 0 as a Heegner point, and we denote its discriminant by the integer dτ := b − 4ac. The values of j at such points are known as… (More)

where q = e. The values of j(z) at imaginary quadratic arguments in the upper half of the complex plane are known as singular moduli. Singular moduli are algebraic integers which play prominent roles in classical and modern number theory (see [C, BCSH]). For example, Hilbert class fields of imaginary quadratic fields are generated by singular moduli.… (More)