Events, Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences
Details about recent and upcoming events related to the collaboration can be found below:
Jul 5 - 25, 2020Park City, Utah
Several researchers from the Simons Collaboration team will be participating in the Number Theory Informed by Computation conference being run at the Park City Mathematics Institute from July 5 through July 25, 2020.
This event has been temporarily canceled.
Jun 30 - Jul 4, 2020University of Auckland, New Zealand
The ANTS meetings, held biannually since 1994, are the premier international forum for the presentation of new research in computational number theory and its applications. Several members of the Simons Collaboration and affiliated scientists will be attending.
This event will be held virtually.
Jun 1 - 5, 2020ICERM
This program will host 6-8 collaborative groups led by invited project leaders, who will propose guiding research questions in consultation with the organizers.
This event will be held virtually.
Apr 3, 2020
http://mathseminars.org started as a resource for Boston-area number theorists but has grown rapidly into a catalog of virtual seminars around the world. It was developed by Collaboration research scientists Edgar Costa and David Roe, with the guidance of PIs Andrew Sutherland and Bjorn Poonen, all based at MIT. It relies on database infrastructure created for the current version of the L-functions and Modular Forms Database http://www.lmfdb.org.
Mar 24 - May 19, 2020
VaNTAGe is a virtual seminar on open conjectures in number theory and arithmetic geometry (NT&AG), organized by Rachel Pries and collaboration PI Andrew Sutherland. The purpose of the seminar is to help researchers engage with cutting-edge research in NT&AG without the expense and environmental impact of travel. The next series of lectures is on Galois representations of abelian varieties (and Sato-Tate groups in particular), with several talks by researchers affiliated with the collaboration: Kiran Kedlaya, Alina Bucur, Francesc Fité, and Andrew Sutherland.
Mar 7 - 11, 2020Tuscon, AZ
The 2020 Arizona Winter School will be held on the topic of “Nonabelian Chabauty.” The speakers will be Jennifer Balakrishnan, Bas Edixhoven, Minhyong Kim, Bjorn Poonen, and David Zureick-Brown.
Jan 15 - 18, 2020JMM 2020, Denver, Colorado
Collaboration PIs Brendan Hassett and Andrew Sutherland, along with Anthony Varilly-Alvardo, are organizing the AMS Special Session on Rational Points on Algebraic Varieties: Theory and Computation during the 2020 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Denver, Colorado.
Jan 9 - 10, 2020Simons Foundation, New York City
The second annual meeting of the Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory, and Computation will take place at the Simons Foundation in New York City.
Nov 7, 2019University of Waterloo
Collaboration PI Andrew Sutherland delivered a colloquium talk on the Sums of Three Cubes at the Computational Mathematics Colloquium at the University of Waterloo on November 7, 2019. Slides of the talk are available to view at https://math.mit.edu/~drew/Waterloo2019.pdf.
Sep 10 - Oct 22, 2019MIT
Newly hired Simons Collaboration research scientists Raymond van Bommel, Wanlin Li, Sam Schiavone, and Francesc Fité will be speaking in the MIT number theory seminar. The dates are Sept 10, Sept 24, Oct 1, and Oct 22, 2019.
Jul 14 - 20, 2019Lichtenfels, Germany
The Rational Points 2019 Workshop will be held at the Franken-Akademie Schloss Schney from July 14-20, 2019. This workshop aims at bringing together the leading experts in the field, covering a broad spectrum reaching from the more theoretically-oriented over the explicit to the algorithmic aspects. Simons Collaboration PIs Jennifer Balakrishnan, Bjorn Poonen, and Andrew Sutherland will be attending.
Jun 17 - 28, 2019University of Bristol
Several of the Simons Collaboration team are involved with this summer school in England, including three of the PIs: Jennifer Balakrishnan, Andrew Sutherland, and John Voight. This will be a postgraduate mathematics 2-week program jointly funded by the Clay Mathematics Institute and the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research.