The London-Paris Number Theory Seminar

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The London-Paris Number Theory Seminar meets twice per year, once in London and once in Paris. It is supported by grants from ANR Projet ArShiFo ANR-BLAN-0114, EPSRC Platform Grant EP/I019111/1, PerCoLaTor (Grant ANR-14-CE25), the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, and ERC Advanced Grant AAMOT.

London organizers: David Burns, Kevin Buzzard Fred Diamond, Yiannis Petridis, Alexei Skorobogatov, Andrei Yafaev, Sarah Zerbes.

Paris organizers: Matthew Morrow, Olivier Fouquet, Michael Harris, Marc Hindry, Benjamin Schraen, Jacques Tilouine.

22nd meeting, London.

The 22nd meeting of the LPNTS will take place in London at UCL, on 5th and 6th June. The theme is "The Arthur trace formula, automorphic forms, arithmetic manifolds and their homology". The meeting will start at 1100 on the 5th and finish on the afternoon of the 6th.

The talks on Monday 5th will be in room 505, 25 Gordon Street in the Department of Mathematics, UCL. The talks on Tuesday 6th will take place at Roberts, room 309. The location is about 10 minutes walk from the Eurostar terminal. You can look at the map of UCL and nearby area at this link.

The speakers:
Nicolas Bergeron (Jussieu)
Philippe Michel (Lausanne)
Colette Moeglin (Jussieu)
Haluk Sengun (Sheffield)
Olivier Taibi (Imperial)

There will be one introductory talk, aimed at PhD students. Titles and abstracts will be announced in May.

Previous meetings:

15th meeting (Jussieu, 18/11/13)
16th meeting (Imperial, 9/6/14)
17th meeting (Jussieu, 10/11/14)
18th meeting (Imperial, 4--5/6/15)
19th meeting (Paris 13, 9/11/15)
20th meeting (UCL, 6--7/6/16)
21st meeting (Jussieu, 14--15/11/16)

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