NTS Fall 2010
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Number Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- When: Thursdays at 2:30pm, with the exception of November 2, December 7 and 16, which are Tuesdays (see below).
- Where: Van Vleck Hall B105
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- The schedule for the spring semester is here.
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Fall 2010 Semester
Date | Speaker | Title (click to see abstract) |
Sept. 9 (Thurs.) | Jordan Ellenberg, UW Madison |
Expander graphs, gonality, and Galois representations |
Sept. 16 (Thurs.) | Shuichiro Takeda, Purdue |
TBA |
Sept. 23 (Thurs.) | Xinyi Yuan, Harvard and Clay Math Institute |
Volumes of arithmetic line bundles and equidistribution |
Sept. 30 (Thurs.) | Jared Weinstein, IAS |
Resolution of singularities on the tower of modular curves |
Oct. 7 (Thurs.) | David Zywina , U. Penn |
Bounds for Serre's open image theorem |
Oct. 14 (Thurs.) | Soroosh Yazdani, UBC and SFU |
Local Szpiro Conjecture |
Oct. 21 (Thurs.) | Zhiwei Yun, MIT |
From automorphic forms to Kloosterman sheaves |
Oct. 28 (Thurs.) | David Brown, UW |
Rigid Cohomology for Algebraic Stacks |
Nov. 2 (TUESDAY) | Bryden Cais, UW |
On the restriction of crystalline Galois representations |
Nov. 4 (Thurs.) | Tom Hales, University of Pittsburgh |
Fundamental Lemma for beginners |
Nov. 11 (Thurs.) | Jay Pottharst, Boston University |
Iwasawa theory at nonordinary primes |
Nov. 16 (TUESDAY, 3:40pm VV B105) | Danny Neftin, Technion |
TBA |
Nov. 18 (Thurs.) | Melanie Matchett Wood, Stanford and AIM |
Geometric parametrizations of ideal classes |
Nov. 25 (Thurs.) | Thanksgiving |
NO SEMINAR |
Dec. 2 (Thurs.) | Samit Dasgupta, UC Santa Cruz |
On Greenberg's conjecture on derivatives of p-adic L-functions with trivial zeroes |
Dec. 7 (TUESDAY) | David Geraghty, Princeton and IAS |
Potential automorphy for compatible systems |
Dec. 9 (Thurs.) | Toby Gee |
Potential automorphy for compatible systems |
Organizer contact information
Also of interest is the Grad student seminar: which meets on Tuesdays.
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