# Cyclotomic Structure in Symplectic Topology

Symplectic cohomology is a fundamental invariant of a symplectic manifold M with contact type boundary that is defined in terms of dynamical information and counts of pseudoholomorphic genus zero curves, and carries algebraic structures that parallel the algebraic structures on the Hochschild (co)homology of the Fukaya category of M. We show, under natural topological assumptions, that the symplectic cohomology is the homology of a genuine p-cyclotomic spectrum in the sense of Nikolaus-Scholze. The cyclotomic structure arises geometrically from the map which sends loops in M to their p-fold iterates. The data of this refinement is expected to produce many new algebraic structures of an arithmetic nature on symplectic cohomology, analogously to the way that prismatic cohomology refines the de Rham cohomology of a variety. The talk will explain the result and, if time permits, discuss concrete connections to equivariant string topology, equivariant Gromov-Witten theory, and to arithmetic geometry.