In this article, we determine the spectral expansion, meromorphic continuation, and location of poles with identifiable singularities for the scalar-valued hyperbolic Eisenstein series. Similar to the form-valued hyperbolic Eisenstein series studied in Kudla and Millson (Invent Math 54:193–211, 1979), the scalar-valued hyperbolic Eisenstein series is defined for each primitive, hyperbolic conjugacy class within the uniformizing group associated to any finite volume hyperbolic Riemann surface. Going beyond the results in Kudla and Millson (Invent Math 54:193–211, 1979) and Risager (Int Math Res Not 41:2125–2146, 2004), we establish a precise spectral expansion for the hyperbolic Eisenstein series for any finite volume hyperbolic Riemann surface by first proving that the hyperbolic Eisenstein series is in L2. Our other results, such as meromorphic continuation and determination of singularities, are derived from the spectral expansion.
Riemann Surface Eisenstein Series Fuchsian Group Geodesic Path Laurent Expansion
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