Front Range Number Theory Day

Fall 2021: Saturday September 25, 2021

at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

We are currently planning to host the conference in person! Current CSU guidelines require all participants to wear masks while indoors on campus. A catered picnic lunch will be provided. For updated COVID guidelines, please check back here prior to the conference.


Renate Scheidler (UCalgary) Abstract

James Rickards (CU Boulder) Abstract

Mike Woodbury (Brown) Abstract

Participants in the Front Range area are especially encouraged to sign up to give a five minute lightning talk about their area of research.


9:30-9:50: Coffee and Refreshments (Outside)

10:05-10:55: Renate Scheidler

11:05-12:05: Lightning Talks and Group Photo!

12:10-1:20: Picnic Lunch

1:30-2:20: Mike Woodbury

2:30-3:20: James Rickards

3:20-3:50: Conclusion

The goal of the FRNTD is to provide a venue for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates on the Front Range who are interested in number theory to meet, learn, and collaborate.

The morning refreshments and registration will be held on The Oval. The talks will take place in (Physics Department, CSU) Engineering 120. Parking is in the Engineering Parking Lot. Please see the indications on the map below, and let us know if you have any questions.

map of CSU


Jeff Achter (CSU), Amie Bray (CSU), Sarah Arpin (CU Boulder), Kate Stange (CU Boulder).

Co-founded by Özlem Ejder (Bogazici University) and Hanson Smith (UConn)

If you have questions please email sarah dot arpin at or amie dot bray at

This event is funded by the CSU Department of Mathematics and National Science Foundation (NSF).

We strive to have a conference environment where everyone feels welcome and comfortable. CSU's policy on discrimination and harassment can be found here. Participants are encouraged to speak with any of the organizers or file a complaint if anyone is in violation of this policy.