INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY AND PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
NUMBER THEORY SEMINAR

SPRING 2010

THURSDAY
4:30 P.M.
FINE 214 or S-101 at IAS

DATE
LOCATION
SPEAKER
TOPIC
Feb. 4
IAS S-101
W. Kohnen,
Heidelberg
Generalized modular functions
Feb. 11
Fine 214
V. Vatsal,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Some Remarks on quadratic Twists of L-Functions
Feb. 18
IAS S-101
William Duke,
UCLA
Real quadratic analogues of values of the j-function at CM points
Feb. 25
IAS S-101
Joachim Schwermer,
University of Vienna, ESI
On Eisenstein series and the cohomology of arithmetic groups
Mar. 4
Fine 214
Vincent Pilloni,
Columbia University
Geometric Overconvergent Modular Forms
Mar. 11
Fine 214
Manjul Bhargava,
Princeton University
The average rank of elliptic curves
Mar. 25
IAS S-101

F. Luca,
Univ Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

An estimate for the counting function of prime chains with applications
Apr. 1
Fine 214

Eric Urban,
Columbia University

On a p-adic automorphic construction of Euler systems
Apr. 8
IAS S-101
Philippe Blanc,
Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy


Proof, via smooth homology, of the existence of rational families of H-invariant linear forms on G-induced representations, when G/H is a symetric, reductive, p-adic space, via smooth homology
Apr. 15
Fine 214
David Zywina,
University of Pennsylvania
Split reductions of simple abelian varieties
RESCHEDULED
Apr. 29
Fine 214

Bart de Smit,
Universiteit Leiden


Deformation rings of group representations
May 6
Fine 214

Karl Rubin,
UC Irvine

Selmer ranks of twists of elliptic curves

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