(Joint with Harrison Chen, David Helm, and David Nadler.)
Refined forms of the local Langlands correspondence seek to relate representations of reductive groups over local fields with sheaves on stacks of Langlands parameters. But what kind of sheaves? Conjectures in the spirit of Kazhdan-Lusztig theory describe representations of a group and its pure inner forms with fixed central character in terms of constructible sheaves. Conjectures in the spirit of geometric Langlands describe representations with varying central character of a large family of groups associated to isocrystals in terms of coherent sheaves. The latter conjectures also take place on a larger parameter space, in which Frobenius (or complex conjugation) is allowed a unipotent part.
In this talk, we propose a general mechanism that interpolates between these two settings. This mechanism derives from the theory of cyclic homology, as interpreted through circle actions in derived algebraic geometry. We apply this perspective to categorical forms of the local Langlands conjectures for both archimedean and non-archimedean local fields. In the archimedean case, we explain a conjectural realization of coherent local Langlands as geometric Langlands on the twistor line, the real counterpart of the Fargues-Fontaine curve, and its relation to constructible local Langlands via circle actions. In the non-archimedean case, we describe how circle actions relate coherent and constructible realizations of affine Hecke algebras and of all smooth representations of $GL_n$, and propose a mechanism to relate the two settings in general.