Number Theory and Representations
Two self-standing areas of active research are found in Number Theory and Representation Theory, beautifully unified in a letter that Robert Langlands wrote to André Weil in 1967 leading to a series of conjectures that are now encompassed by what is known as the Langlands Program.
The aim of this conference is to provide an overview of recent developments in Number Theory and Representations, covering both subjects separately as well the interplay among them, which have been at the heart of the Langlands Program and Arithmetic Geometry. Internationally renowned experts will give expository talks in a diverse environment that fosters interactions with mathematicians in Latin America, very much in the spirit of the French-South America Math-AmSud project, where the idea for the event originated.
Ramla Abdellatif (Université de Picardie Jules Verne)
Anne-Marie Aubert (CNRS, Sorbonne Université)
Daniel Barrera Salazar (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)
Luis Dieulefait (Universitat de Barcelona)
Jessica Fintzen (IAS, Cambridge University, Duke University)
Guy Henniart (Université Paris-Saclay, Orsay)
Haruzo Hida (University of California, Los Angeles)
Giancarlo Lucchini Arteche (Universidad de Chile)
Ariel Pacetti (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)
Vincent Sécherre (Université de Versailles)
Gonzalo Tornaría (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
Sandeep Varma (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)
Luis Lomelí (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adrián Zenteno (email@example.com)
(UTC – 3)
|9:30 – 10:30||Dieulefait||Pacetti||Henniart||Abdellatif|
|10:30 – 11:30||Virtual coffee||Virtual coffee||Virtual coffee||Virtual coffee|
|11:00 – 12:00||Barrera||Tornaria||Varma||Fintzen|
|12:00 – 14:00||Break||Break||Break||Break|
|14:00 – 15:00||Hida||Lucchini||Sécherre||Aubert|
If you are interested in participating, please register by December 5th using the following link:
The conference aims to foster an academic atmosphere that promotes the proper exchange of ideas where professors and students gather from across the world in an online event. A respectful and appropriate attitude is expected from all participants.
Any abusive, harassing or discriminatory behavior will not be tolerated, and the organizers reserve the right to remove anyone from the event.