NTS Fall 2011

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Number Theory – Representation Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin–Madison

  • When: Thursdays at 2:30pm.
  • Where: Van Vleck Hall B203
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Fall 2011 Semester

Date Speaker Title (click to see abstract)
September 8 (Thurs.) Alexander Fish
(Madison)
Solvability of Diophantine equations within dynamically defined subsets of N
September 15 (Thurs.) Chung Pang Mok
(McMaster)
Galois representation associated to cusp forms on GL(2) over CM fields
September 22 (Thurs.) Yifeng Liu
(Columbia U.)
Arithmetic inner product formula
September 29 (Thurs.) Nigel Boston
(Madison)
Non-abelian Cohen-Lenstra heuristics
October 6 (Thurs.) Zhiwei Yun
(MIT)
Exceptional Lie groups as motivic Galois groups
October 13 (Thurs.) Melanie Matchett Wood
(Madison)
The probability that a curve over a finite field is smooth
October 20 (Thurs.) Jie Ling
(Madison)
Arithmetic intersection on toric schemes and resultants
October 27 (Thurs.) Danny Neftin
(Michigan)
Arithmetic field relations and crossed product division algebras
November 3 (Thurs.) Zev Klagsbrun
(Madison)
Selmer ranks of quadratic twists of elliptic curves
November 10 (Thurs.) Luanlei Zhao
(Madison)
Integral of Borcherds forms of orthogonal type
November 17 (Thurs.) Robert Harron
(Madison)
L-invariants of symmetric powers of modular forms
November 24 (Thurs.) No seminar
(Thanksgiving)
Thanksgiving
December 1 (Thurs.) Andrei Caldararu
(Madison)
The Hodge theorem as a derived self intersection, part 2
December 8 (Thurs.) Xinwen Zhu
(Harvard)
Local models of Shimura varieties
December 15 (Thurs.) Shamgar Gurevich
(Madison)
Quadratic reciprocity and the sign of the Gauss sum via the finite Weil representation


Spring 2012 Semester

The Spring 2012 seminar page is here.

Organizer contact information

Shamgar Gurevich

Robert Harron

Zev Klagsbrun

Melanie Matchett Wood



Also of interest is the Grad student seminar which meets on Tuesdays.
Next semester's seminar page is here. Last semester's seminar page is here.


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