London Number Theory Seminar
The London Number Theory Seminar is held weekly, on Wednesdays, during term times. The location of the seminar cycles between KCL, Imperial College and UCL.This term (Autumn 2013), the seminar will be hosted by Imperial College, and will be held on Wednesdays from 4pm to 5pm in room 140 in the Huxley Building.
2/10/13 Toby Gee (Imperial)
Title: The p-adic local Langlands correspondence beyond GL_2(Q_p).
9/10/13 Luis Garcia (Imperial)
Title: Periods of modular forms on Shimura curves and singular theta lifts
16/10/13 Tim Dokchitser (Bristol)
Title: L-functions of curves.
23/10/13 Rebecca Bellovin (Imperial)
Title: p-adic Hodge theory in rigid analytic families
30/10/13 Martin Taylor (Oxford)
Title: Second Chern class and SK1
6/11/13 René Pannekoek (Imperial)
Title: The Brauer-Manin obstruction and ranks of quadratic twists
13/11/13 David Helm (Imperial)
Title: A derived local Langlands correspondence for GL_n
20/11/13 Bob Hough (Cambridge)
Title: The minimum modulus of a covering system is bounded.
27/11/13 Brandon Levin (IAS)
Title: G-valued flat deformations and local models.
4/12/13 Martin Orr (UCL)
Title: Unlikely intersections in abelian varieties and Shimura varieties.
11/12/13 Lilian Matthiesen (Orsay)
Title: Generalised Fourier coefficients of multiplicative functions and applications.
The seminar is preceded by the Study Group, which will be on K3 surfaces (and in particular how to prove the Tate conjecture for them). Again, more information will follow.
A list of previous seminar talks is here.
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