2018 ICM satellite conference on Automorphic Forms, Galois Representations and L-functions

Automorphic forms, Galois representations and L-functions, and the interplay among them, have been at the heart of numerous major advances in number theory over the last few decades, from their relevance to long-standing problems such as Fermat's Last Theorem and the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture to their role in the evolution of new research directions such as the the p-adic Langlands program and the theory of perfectoid spaces. The conference will focus on recent developments, with topics that include the Langlands program, special values of L-functions, Shimura varieties and p-adic Hodge theory.

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Praia Vermelha), 
Rio de Janeiro 

Dates: July 23-27, 2018

Contact: ntinrio2018@gmail.com

Organizing team:

Fred Diamond (King's College London)
Amílcar Pacheco (UFRJ)
Aftab Pande (UFRJ, corresponding person)

Scientific Committee:

Henri Darmon (McGill University),
Fred Diamond (King's College London),
Kiran Kedlaya (UC - San Diego),
Richard Taylor (Institute for Advanced Study),
Marie-France Vigneras (Universite Paris 6)

Confirmed Speakers:

1) Noriyuki Abe (Tokyo University)
2) Fabrizio Andreatta (Università de Milano)
3) Alina Bucur (UC - San Diego)
4) Ted Chinburg (University of Pennsylvania)
5) Fred Diamond (King's College)
6) Luis Dieulefait (Universidad de Barcelona)
7) Laurent Fargues (CNRS, Université Paris 6)
8) Michael Harris (Columbia University)
9) Artur Cesar Le Bras (Universitat Bonn)
10) Isabel Leal (University of Chicago)
11) Luis Lomeli (PUC - Valparaiso)
12) Ariel Pacetti (Universidad de Cordoba)
13) Lue Pan (Princeton University)
14) Vincent Pilloni (CNRS, ENS Lyon)
15) Peter Scholze (Universitat Bonn)
16) Claus Sorensen (UC - San Diego)
17) Gonzalo Tornaria (Universidad de la Republica)
18) Sarah Zerbes (University College London)