Analytic Aspects of Number Theory

May 18 to May 22, 2015

H. Iwaniec
ETH ITS and Rutgers University

E. Kowalski
ETH Zürich

P. Michel
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

With the support of the Forschungsinstitut für Mathematik of ETH Zürich, we are organizing a conference on the topic of Analytic Aspects of Number Theory. This conference will highlight some of the very best achievements and research directions in arithmetic that involve some analytic aspects in company with other tools or ideas, including interactions between number theory and areas of modern mathematics like algebraic geometric and automorphic forms, geometric group theory, probability theory, harmonic analysis and theoretical computer science.

The titles and abstracts of the talks are available on the FIM page. The schedule can be found here.

Speakers and participants include

J. Bellaďche Brandeis University; link to slides
C. David Condordia University
W. Duke UCLA
N.M. Katz Princeton University (TBC)
A. Kontorovich Rutgers University
A. Lubotzky Hebrew University
K. Matomäki Turku University
J. Maynard Oxford
R. Munshi Tata Institute
P. Nelson ETH Zürich
M. Radziwiłł Université de Montréal and Rutgers University
D. Ramakrishnan Caltech
Z. Rudnick Tel Aviv University
J-P. Serre Collčge de France
C. Skinner Princeton University
A. Shankar Harvard
K. Soundararajan Stanford University
N. Templier Cornell University
I. Wigman King's College London

Some amount of financial support is available for junior participants. Please fill-up the registration form before February 6, 2015. to indicate your interest in participating, and request funding.

Last update: 18.5.2015 by E. Kowalski