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Graduate Student Number Theory / Representation Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- When: Tuesdays, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
- Where: Van Vleck B105
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 2014 Semester
Date | Speaker (click for homepage) | Title |
Aug 26 | (Summer) | (Summer) |
Sep 02 | Lalit Jain | Monodromy computations in topology and number theory |
Sep 09 | Megan Maguire | Infinitely many supersingular primes for every elliptic curve over the rationals |
Sep 16 | Silas Johnson | Alternate Discriminants and Mass Formulas for Number Fields |
Sep 23 | Daniel Hast | Moments of prime polynomials in short intervals |
Sep 30 | ||
Oct 07 | Wil Cocke | The Trouble with Sharblies |
Oct 14 | Brandon Alberts | |
Oct 21 | Yueke Hu | Mass equidistribution on modular curve of level N |
Oct 28 | David Bruce | Intro to Complex Dynamics |
Nov 04 | Vlad Matei | Modular forms for definite quaternion algebras |
Nov 11 | Ryan Julian | |
Nov 18 | Peng Yu | |
Nov 25 | ||
Dec 02 | Daniel Ross | |
Dec 09 |
2015
The seminar webpage for NTS Spring 2015 is here.
The abstract webpage for NTS Spring 2015 Abstracts is here
The seminar webpage for NTS Grad Spring 2015 is here.
The abstract webpage for NTS Grad Spring 2015 Abstracts is here
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Organizers
Megan Maguire (mmaguire2@math.wisc.edu)
Ryan Julian (mrjulian@math.wisc.edu)
Sean Rostami (srostami@math.wisc.edu)
The seminar webpage for Spring 2014 is here.
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