p-adic Modular Forms, L-functions, and Galois representations
University of California, Los Angeles — May 10–12, 2013
The goal of this short conference/workshop is to bring together mathematicians working on the connections between (p-adic) modular forms, L-functions, and Galois representations in order to present and discuss the current state of the subject.
Don Blasius (UCLA), Haruzo Hida (UCLA), Chandrashekhar Khare (UCLA), George Schaeffer (UCLA)
|9:10–10:10||Ashay Burungale||Bin Zhao||(9:20) George Schaeffer|
|10:35–11:35||Roymar Sharifi||Kai-Wen Lan||(10:50) Chandrashekhar Khare|
|11:40–12:40||Francesc Castella||Michael Larsen|
|2:15–3:15||Preston Wake||Simon Marshall|
|3:20–4:20||Ralph Greenberg||Robert Guralnick|
|4:50–5:50||Kevin Ventullo||David Hansen|
All talks will take place in the IPAM lecture hall at UCLA (map).
The conference will begin on the morning of May 10th (Friday) and end at noon on May 12th (Sunday).
Registration and Support
Applications for support are closed (as of March 20th).
However, all participants must register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and institutional affiliation.
Past Conferences/Workshops at UCLA
This conference is supported by the Infosys Science Foundation as well as grants from the NSF.