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| bgcolor="#F0B0B0" align="center" | Alex Smith (Harvard) | | bgcolor="#F0B0B0" align="center" | [http://www.math.harvard.edu/~adsmith/ Alex Smith] (Harvard) | ||
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Revision as of 02:38, 20 September 2016
Number Theory / Representation Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- When: Thursdays, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
- Where: Van Vleck B235 (Note the new room)
- Please join the NTS mailing list: join-mathnts@lists.wisc.edu
There is also an accompanying graduate-level seminar, which meets on Tuesdays.
Fall 2016 Semester
Date | Speaker (click for homepage) | Title (click for abstract) |
Sep 8 | Arunabha Biswas (Queen's University) | Limiting values of higher Mahler Measure and cyclotomic polynomials. |
Sep 15 | Naser T Sardari (UW Madison) | Discrete Log problem for the algebraic group PGL_2 |
Sep 22 | Alex Smith (Harvard) | Statistics for 8-class groups and 4-Selmer groups |
Sep 29 | Steve Lester (KTH) | title coming soon |
Oct 6 | Nicole Looper (Northwestern) | Arboreal Galois representations of higher degree polynomials and Odoni's Conjecture |
Oct 13 | Ling Long (LSU) | title coming soon |
Oct 20 | Jack Klys (Toronto) | title coming soon |
Oct 27 | William Duke (UCLA) | title coming soon |
Nov 3 | ||
Nov 10 | Sid Sankaran (to be confirmed) | |
Nov 17 | ||
Nov 24 | Thanksgiving | |
Dec 1 | ||
Dec 8 | ||
Dec 15 | Efrat Bank (Michigan) | Primes in short intervals on curves over finite fields |
Dec 22 |
Organizer contact information
The seminar webpage for next semester, Spring 2017 is here.
The seminar webpage for last semester, Spring 2016 is here.
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