Number Theory Seminar


Spring 2003 Lectures

Regular meeting time: Thursdays 4:15--5:15 
Place: Fine 322 or IAS S-101 or Rutgers (room TBA)

Date Speaker Title Location
February 6 Andrew Booker,
Princeton University
Converse theorems and the Artin conjecture Fine Hall 322
February 13 Umberto Zannier,
Milan
Integral points on algebraic curves and surfaces IAS SH-101
February 20 Yiannis Petridis,
CUNY
Modular symbols have a normal distribution Fine Hall 322
February 27 Peter Sarnak,
Princeton University
Classical versus quantum fluctuations for the modular surface Rutgers 607 Hill Center
March 6 Jean Bourgain,
IAS
Combinatorial measure theory related to the Kakeya set conjecture IAS SH-101
March 13 Henryk Iwaniec,
Rutgers University
Exceptional zero and prime numbers IAS SH-101
March 20      
March 27 Andras Biro,
Budapest
On the class number one problem for some special real quadratic fields Fine Hall 322
April 3 Matthew Young,
Rutgers University
Zeros of families of elliptic curve L-functions Rutgers 425 Hill Center
April 10 Stephen Miller,
Rutgers University
Automorphic Distributions and Summation Formulas Rutgers 705 Hill Center
April 17 Stephen Kudla,
University of Maryland
An arithmetic theta function Fine Hall 322
April 24 Michael  Larsen,
Indiana
Are motivic L-functions rational? Fine Hall 322
May 1 Jordan Ellenberg,
Princeton University
Counting number fields of bounded discrminant Fine Hall 322
May 5
3:00 p.m.
Please note 
special time
and date
Nadya Gurevich,
 Princeton University
Non tempered A packets of G_2 Fine Hall 322
May 5
4:15 p.m.
Please note 
special date
Andreas Strombergsson,
 Princeton University
Horocycles and equidistribution Fine Hall 322
May 6
2:00 p.m.

Please note
special time,
date, and
location
Helmut Koch,
 Humboldt University, Berlin
Maximal p-extensions of Q with restricted ramification Fine Hall 110
May 8
CANCELLED
Dan Goldston,
San Jose State University
Small gaps between primes Fine Hall 322
May 9
2:00 p.m.

Please note
special time
and date
CANCELLED
Dan Goldston,
San Jose State University
Recent Developments Related to Prime Gaps Fine Hall 322