NTS spring 2011

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Number Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • When: Thursdays at 2:30pm, with the exception of May 2, which is on Monday at 4pm (see below).
  • Where: Van Vleck Hall B129
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Spring 2011 Semester

Date Speaker Title (click to see abstract)
January 20 (Thurs.) Anton Geraschenko
(UC Berkeley)
Moduli of Representations of Unipotent Groups
January 27 (Thurs.)
Keerthi Madapusi
(University of Chicago)
A rationality property of Hodge cycles on abelian varieties, with an application to arithmetic compactifications of Shimura varieties
February 3 (Thurs.)
Bei Zhang
(Northwestern University)
p-adic L-function of automorphic form of GL(2)
February 10 (Thurs.)
David Brown
UW-Madison
Explicit modular approaches to generalized Fermat equations
February 17 (Thurs.) Tony Várilly-Alvarado
Rice
Failure of the Hasse principle for Enriques surfaces
February 24 (Thurs.) Wei Ho
Columbia
Coregular representations and elliptic curves
March 3 (Thurs.) Rob Rhoades
Stanford
TBA
March 10 (Thurs.) Shamgar Gurevich
UW-Madison
Canonical Hilbert Space: Why? and How?
March 17 (Thurs.) No seminar (spring break)
TBA
March 24 (Thurs.) Chris Davis
UC Irvine
The Overconvergent de Rham-Witt Complex
March 31 (Thurs.) Andrew Obus
Columbia
Cyclic Extensions and the Local Lifting Problem
April 7 (Thurs.) Bianca Viray
Brown
Descent on elliptic surfaces and transcendental Brauer element
April 14 (Thurs.) Frank Thorne
(Stanford)
Secondary Terms in Counting Functions for Cubic Fields
April 21 (Thurs.) Rafe Jones
TBA
April 28 (Thurs.)
Liang Xiao (U. Chicago)
Computing log-characteristic cycles using ramification theory
May 2 (Monday, 4pm) Winnie Li,
Penn State U and NCTS
TBA
May 5 (Thurs) Rami Aizenbud,
MIT
Multiplicity One Theorems


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Also of interest is the Grad student seminar: which meets on Tuesdays.
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