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Workshop "Applications of O-Minimality to Analysis and Number Theory"
September 09.-12., 2013 in Passau

The goal of the workshop is to bring together people from the areas of analysis and number theory which meet in o-minimality. Intended is a tutorial on the number theoretic problems recently attacked with tools from o-minimality. The heart of the workshop will be significant talks on the newest applications of o-minimality to analysis, analytic geometry and number theory.
Passau is a beautiful small city located in the east of Bavaria, very closely to Austria and the Czech Republic. It is famous for the three rivers Donau (Danube), Inn and Ilz joining there. Many tourists from all over the world visit Passau during a river cruise on the Danube.
The social event of the workshop will be a visit to the 'Passauer Herbstdult' which is a local 'Bierfest' in the spirit of the famous 'Oktoberfest' in Munich but much more 'gemütlich'.

The talks will take place in the lecture hall HS 13 in the IM (Informatik & Mathematik) building on the campus of the University of Passau (see Location for a detailed map). 

Scientific committee:

  • Jonathan Pila (University of Oxford)
  • Patrick Speissegger (McMaster University)
  • Sergei Starchenko (University of Notre Dame)
  • Tobias Kaiser (University of Passau)

Organizing committee:

  • Tobias Kaiser (University of Passau)
  • Sabrina Lehner (University of Passau)
  • Julia Ruppert (University of Passau)