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E. Kowalski
ETH Zürich - Departement Mathematik
HG G 64.1
Rämistrasse 101
8092 Zürich
Switzerland

Phone: +41 44 632 3441
Fax: +41 44 632 1570
Room: HG G 64.1
Secretary (Mrs. M. Krämer): +41 44 632 3475

Conferences, research projects,...
From June 17 to 21, 2019, H. Iwaniec, Ö. Imamoglu and myself will organize a conference at FIM entitled "Arithmetic, geometry and modular forms", on the occasion of the 61st birthday of B. Duke. See here for the web page.
From January 22 to 25, 2019, C. Burin, T. Hartnick, B. Pozzeti, A. Wienhard and myself will organize a conference at FIM entitled "Groups, geometries and spaces" in honor of the birthday of Alessandra Iozzi. See here for the web page.
From January 14 to 18, 2019, Ph. Michel and myself are organizing a Winter School on "Trace functions and their applications" at Monte Veritá. See here for the web page.
On June 1 and 2, 2018, the fourteenth edition of the EPFL/ETH/Basel Number Theory Days took place in Basel, co-organized by Ph. Habegger, Ph. Michel and myself; see the web page for more details.
C. David, A. Granville, Ph. Michel, K. Soundararajan, T. Tao and myself co-organized a semester-length program on analytic number theory at MSRI in the Spring Semester 2017.
A list of the conferences I have co-organized since 2008 can be found here.
Links to my papers, notes, blog, ...
Here is my mathematical blog.
Here are PDF versions of (most of) my mathematical papers, surveys, books and translation(s). They are listed roughly in reverse chronological order (of writing, not of publication).
Here are links to lecture notes I wrote for courses (mostly) at ETH, in varying states of completeness.
Here are some unpublished mathematical notes and papers, including the original version of my Ph.D. thesis.
I have now collected on a separate page the links to the slides of various talks that I've given.
Here is the video and audio of my Einführungsvorlesung (held 8/10/2008), as well as the beamer presentation.
Here is a scanned version of a course by N. Katz on Deligne's second proof of the Weil conjectures (1979; notes by A. Adolphson).

Last update 9.6.2018 by E. Kowalski