Boston University Number Theory Seminar

Boston University Number Theory Seminar -- Spring 2022


Mondays 4:15-5:15 in MCS B31

There will be a tea from 3:45-4:15 either outdoors in the grass to the east of the math building or in poor weather in MCS B24.


Schedule of talks

DATE      SPEAKER                  TITLE           
Feb 7
(zoom talk)
Wei-Lun Tsai
(University of Virginia)
Statistical distributions on integer partitions
Feb 14
Special time: 4:30pm
(zoom talk)
Robert Lemke Oliver
(Tufts)
Imprimitive arithmetic statistics
Feb 21
President's day ---
Feb 28
(zoom talk)
Yunqing Tang
(Princeton)
The unbounded denominators conjecture
March 7
Spring break ---
March 14
(zoom talk)
Slides
Timo Keller
(Universität Bayreuth)
Exact verification of the strong Birch--Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture for some absolutely simple modular abelian surfaces
March 21
John Voight
(Dartmouth)
A family of Jacobians with definite quaternionic multiplication
March 28
(zoom talk)
Brandon Levin
(University of Arizona)
Moduli of Galois representations and Serre's modularity conjecture
April 4
(zoom talk)
Ziyang Gao
(Leibniz Universitaet Hannover)
Distribution of points in varieties: various aspects and their interaction
April 11
Abbey Bourdon
(Wake Forest University)
Towards a classification of sporadic j-invariants
April 18
Patriot's day ---
April 25
Stephanie Chan
(University of Michigan)
Integral points in families of elliptic curves
May 2
Peter Gräf
(Heidelberg, BU)
A residue map and a Poisson kernel for GL_3

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