Eighth Annual Upstate Number Theory Conference

Buffalo, NY - April 28-29, 2018

Goal of the Conference:

A primary goal of the Upstate Number Theory Conference is to bring together the specialists from the various branches of Number Theory in the Upstate New York region and surrounding areas, and to expose the younger researchers to new and old problems in the field.

Plenary Speakers:

  • Matt Baker (Georgia Tech)
  • Kirsten Eisenträger (Penn State)
  • Jessica Fintzen (Institute for Advanced Study)
  • Anna Haensch (Duquesne/Max Planck Institute for Mathematics)
  • Robert Lemke Oliver (Tufts)
  • Fiona Murnaghan (University of Toronto)
  • John Voight (Dartmouth)

Schedule and Abstracts

A schedule has been posted and can be found here and abstracts can be found here.

Travel and Lodging

All talks will be located in the Natural Sciences Complex right next to the Mathematics Building at the North Campus of the University at Buffalo. Directions and details about travel, parking, and lodging can be found here.

Contributed Talks

Funds are available for graduate students and early career mathematicians to participate in the conference and give contributed talks.

Graduate Student Support

A portion of the conference travel budget has been earmarked for graduate student participants. See 'Registration and Applications for Funding' below to apply. Applications that are received by March 31 will be considered for funding.

Registration and Funding Requests:

To register for the conference please fill out a registration form here. There is limited funding available for lodging and travel. Priority will be given to graduate students and individuals who will be giving talks. Applications received by March 31 will also be given priority for funding.

Organizing Committee:

  • Alexander Borisov, Binghamton University;
  • C. Douglas Haessig, University of Rochester;
  • Joseph Hundley, SUNY at Buffalo;
  • James Ricci, Daemen College;
  • Nicolas Templier, Cornell University;
  • David Zywina, Cornell University.