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Revision as of 13:51, 26 January 2013

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

  • When: Thursdays, 2:30pm–3:30pm.
  • Where: Van Vleck B129
  • Please join the NT/RT mailing list: (you must be on a math department computer to use this link).

Spring 2013 Semester

Date Speaker Title (click to see abstract)
Jan 24 (Thurs.) Tamar Ziegler
(Technion)
An inverse theorem for the Gowers norms
Jan 31 (Thurs.) William Stein
(U. of Washington)
How explicit is the explicit formula?
Feb 7 (Thurs.) Nigel Boston
(Madison)
A refined conjecture on factoring iterates of polynomials over finite fields
Feb 14 (Thurs.) Who?
(Where?)
tba
Feb 21 (Thurs.) Who?
(Where?)
tba
Feb 28 (Thurs.) David Perry
(NSA)
The Cracking of Enigma
Mar 7 (Thurs.) Kai-Wen Lan
(Minnesota)
Galois representations for regular algebraic cuspidal automorphic representations over CM fields
Mar 14 (Thurs.) Hang Xue
(Columbia)
tba
Mar 21 (Thurs.) Who?
(Where?)
tba
Mar 28 (Thurs.) No seminar
(Spring break!)
Spring break!
Apr 4 (Thurs.) John Jones
(Arizona State)
tba
Apr 11 (Thurs.) Andrew Snowden
(MIT)
tba
Apr 18 (Thurs.) Jerry Wang
(Harvard)
tba
Apr 25 (Thurs.) Who?
(Where?)
tba
May 2 (Thurs.) Wei Ho
(Columbia/Princeton)
tba
May 9 (Thurs.) Stephen Gelbart
(Weizmann Institute)
tba


Organizer contact information

Robert Harron

Zev Klagsbrun

Sean Rostami


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


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