Front Range Number Theory Day


April 27, 2019 at the University of Colorado, Boulder

The Front Range Number Theory Day is a twice yearly gathering of number theorists. It is 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:


10:00 -10:50 Nathan Kaplan, University of California, Irvine.

Integer Matrices, Sublattices of Z^n, and Random Finite Abelian Groups. Abstract

11:05- 12:30 5 minute lightning talks (You can give one!)

12:30-2:30 Conference lunch

2:30-3:20 Beth Malmskog, Colorado College

The S-unit Equation in Theory and Practice. Abstract

3:35-4:25 Jeffrey Hatley, Union College

Variation of Arithmetic Invariants in Families. Abstract

Would you like to give a five minute lightning talk? We hope for these talks to be a fun and low-stress way to introduce everyone to the topics you're interested in. Let us know you're interested when you register.

Please register here.


Location: Math 350, Mathematics Building CU.

Organizers:

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

If you have questions please email hanson.smith at colorado.edu.

This event is funded by University of Colorado Center for Number Theory and the Research and Innovation Office at CU Boulder.