[NumberTheory@UCI] SoCal Number Theory Day on March 8 at Caltech

Elena Mantovan mantovan at caltech.edu
Fri Feb 22 11:49:22 PST 2008

 Please pass this on to anyone who may be interested

          Southern California Number Theory Day
            (run jointly by Caltech, UCI, UCSD) 

	        		at Caltech

                Saturday, March 8, 2008


 9:30-10:00  refreshments
10:00-11:00  Paula Tretkoff (Texas A&M), "Trascendence of special values of
classical functions"
11:00-11:30  break
11:30-12:30  Alexander Schmidt (University of Regensburg), "Rings of
integers of type K(\pi,1)"
12:30- 2:30  lunch break
 2:30- 3:30  Herve' Jacquet (Columbia), "Identities between Kloosterman
 3:30- 4:00  break
 4:00- 5:00  Teruyoshi Yoshida (Harvard), "Aspects of non-abelian Lubin-Tate

  5:30  Dinner at Radhika's Restaurant. For details and sign-up information,
see the web page:  http://www.math.caltech.edu/~jimlb/scntd2008.html

All talks will be held in Sloan Laboratory Room 151.  Parking is available
on campus and is free on the weekends.
For a map of campus and parking information, see the conference web page:


There are no fees (except for the dinner), but in order to plan for
refreshments we need to know who is coming.  Please register at:


Hope to see you on March 8.

   	Jim Brown 
	Matthias Flach 
	Elena Mantovan 
	Dinakar Ramakrishnan 
	Eric Wambach

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