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| bgcolor="#F0B0B0"| Nigel Boston <br> (Madison) | | bgcolor="#F0B0B0"| [http://www.math.wisc.edu/~boston/ Nigel Boston] <br> (Madison) | ||
| bgcolor="#BCE2FE"|[[NTS Fall 2011/Abstracts#September 29 | <font color="black"><em>Problem and Solution</em></font>]] | | bgcolor="#BCE2FE"|[[NTS Fall 2011/Abstracts#September 29 | <font color="black"><em>Problem and Solution</em></font>]] | ||
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Revision as of 07:48, 20 August 2011
Number Theory – Representation Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- When: Thursdays at 2:30pm.
- Where: Van Vleck Hall B203
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Fall 2011 Semester
Date | Speaker | Title (click to see abstract) |
September 8 (Thurs.) | Alexander Fish (Madison) |
Problem and Solution |
September 15 (Thurs.) | Chung Pang Mok (McMaster) |
Galois representation associated to cusp forms on GL(2) over CM fields |
September 22 (Thurs.) | Yifeng Liu (Columbia U.) |
Problem and Solution |
September 29 (Thurs.) | Nigel Boston (Madison) |
Problem and Solution |
October 6 (Thurs.) | Zhiwei Yun (MIT) |
Problem and Solution |
October 13 (Thurs.) | Who (from where) |
Problem and Solution |
October 20 (Thurs.) | Who (from where) |
Problem and Solution |
October 27 (Thurs.) | Zev Klagsbrun (Madison) |
Problem and Solution |
November 3 (Thurs.) | Who (from where) |
Problem and Solution |
November 10 (Thurs.) | Who (from where) |
Problem and Solution |
November 17 (Thurs.) | Robert Harron (Madison) |
Problem and Solution |
November 24 (Thurs.) | No seminar (Thanksgiving) |
Thanksgiving |
December 1 (Thurs.) | Who (from where) |
Problem and Solution |
December 8 (Thurs.) | Xinwen Zhu (Harvard) |
Problem and Solution |
December 15 (Thurs.) | Who (Last seminar of the semester) (Math Institute) |
Problem and Solution |
Organizer contact information
Zev Klagsbrun
Also of interest is the Grad student seminar which meets on Tuesdays.
Next semester's seminar page is here.
Last semester's seminar page is here.
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