SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NUMBER THEORY DAY
U.C. SAN DIEGO, May 12, 2018
UCSD - Number Theory Group.
Invited Speakers: Daniel Erman
(Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison), Stefan Patrikis
(Univ. of Utah), Gordan Savin (Univ. of Utah), Jacob Tsimerman
(Univ. of Toronto),
and Don Zagier (Max Plank Insitute, Bonn).
All talks will be held in the AP&M
Bldg. (Dept. of Math.) Room 6402,
on the UCSD campus. The
refreshments will be served in the AP&M Bldg. Room 7356.
Click on the campus map
to locate the AP&M Bldg. (It is the red bldg. on the map.)
|9:30 - 10:00
Breakfast in AP&M 7356.
|10:00 - 11:00
|11:15 - 12:15
"A probabilisitc approach to Noether normalization"
|12:15 - 2:00
||Lunch - UCSD campus
|2:00 - 3:00
"Ext branching problem of Dipendra Prassad"
|3:30 - 4:30
|4:45 - 5:45||Jacob Tsimerman|
Title: "Constructing elliptic curves from Galois representations"
Dinner - Rock Bottom
UCSD campus and the AP&M building (Math. Department).
on the UCSD Campus is
free on weekends. You may park in any of the parking lots next to the
AP&M building. For a campus map, please click on map.
Please do not park in the "reserved" or "A parking only" spaces.
There is no
registration fee. However, if you are interested in participating,
please fill in the blank fields below and click on the "Submit
Registration Information" button below in order to register for the
conference. This will help the organizers make proper catering
arrangements and dinner reservations.