London Number Theory Seminar
The London Number Theory Seminar is held weekly during term times. The site rotates between KCL, Imperial College and UCL.
This term (Summer 2013), the seminar will be hosted by Kings College, and will be held on Wednesdays from 4 pm to 5 pm in room S4.23 of the Department of Mathematics, starting on 24th April. The talk will be preceded by tea at 3:30 in S5.21.
The seminar will usually be at 4pm (as of 1st May), but there is, exceptionally, two seminars on 24th April, and we're starting at 2:30.
Note: The most up-to-date place for information about what is going on this term (including abstracts) is on Mahesh Kakde's site here.
24/4/13 2:30: P. Cassou-Noguès: "On simple rational polynomials."
24/4/13 4:00 (same day): Ph. Cassou-Noguès: "Cohomological invariants of quadratic forms"
1/5/13 Igor Wigman (KCL): "Nodal length fluctuations for arithmetic random waves."
8/5/13 Vladimir Dokchiter (Cambridge)
Title: Galois equivariance of L-values and the Birch-Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture
15/5/13 Sanju Velani (York)
22/5/13 Stefano Morra (Montpellier)
29/5/13 Dinesh Thakur (Arizona)
3-4/6/13: London-Paris Number Theory Seminar (in London). Speakers: F. Charles (Rennes), Y. Harpaz (Nijmegen), J-L. Colliot-Thelene (Orsay), O. Wittenberg (ENS), D. Testa (Warwick)
5/6/13 P. Xu (UEA)
12/6/13 Luis Dieulefait (Barcelona)
19/6/13 Christopher Daw (UCL)
26/6/13 Ashay Burungale
The seminar is preceded by the Study Group, which will be on aspects of the Geometric Langlands programme, and which is being organized by Alex Paulin.
A list of previous seminar talks is here.
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