Front Range Number Theory Day


September 29, 2018 at Colorado State University

The Front Range Number Theory Day will be a twice yearly gathering of number theorists. It will be held at CSU in the fall and CU in the spring. The event is intended to serve as a venue for number theorist of all levels on the Front Range to meet, learn, and collaborate.

Schedule:


9:30 -10:00 Registration

10:00 -11:00 Álvaro Lozano-Robledo, University of Connecticut.

Title: Recent progress in the classification of torsion subgroups of elliptic curves Abstract

11:20- 12:00 Jamie Juul, University of British Columbia.

Title: Odoni's conjecture, Abstract

12:00-2:00 Lunch break

2:00-2:50 Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Session

3:00-3:40 Jeremy Booher, University of Arizona.

Title: a numbers in Artin Schreier Covers, Abstract

4:00-4:50 Kate Stange, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Title: From Farey Sequences to Apollonian Circle Packings

Abstract:

Please register here.


Location: (Physics Department, CSU) Engineering 120.

Organizers:

Özlem Ejder (CSU), Hanson Smith (CU Boulder)

If you have questions please email ejder at math.colostate.edu.

This event is funded by Colorado State University Mathematics department.