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

  • When: Tuesdays at 2:30pm
  • Where: Van Vleck Hall B203

The purpose of this seminar is to have a talk on each Tuesday by a graduate student to help orient ourselves for the Number Theory Seminar talk on the following Thursday. These talks should be aimed at beginning graduate students, and should try to explain some of the background, terminology, and ideas for the Thursday talk.

Fall 2011 Semester

Date Speaker Title (click to see abstract)
September 6 (Tue.) Derek Garton Solvability of Diophantine equations in dynamically defined sets
September 13 (Tue.) Andrew Bridy Galois representations attached to modular and automorphic forms
September 27 (Tue.) Jonathan Blackhurst TBA
October 4 (Tue.) Silas Johnson TBA
October 11 (Tue.) Lalit Jain TBA
October 18 (Tue.) Yueke Hu TBA
October 25 (Tue.) Evan Dummit A crash course in central simple algebras: prep for Danny Neftin's talk
November 1 (Tue.) Rachel Davis TBA
November 8 (Tue.) Christelle Vincent On the construction of rational points on elliptic curves
November 15 (Tue.) Daniel Ross Selmer groups of Galois representations
November 22 (Tue.) No seminar
November 29 (Tue.) Peyman Morteza & Peng Yu TBA
December 6 (Tue.) Marci Hablicsek TBA
December 13 (Tue.) Daniel Ross TBA


Robert Harron

Zev Klagsbrun

The Spring 2011 NTS Grad page can be found here.

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