London-Paris Number Theory Workshop

21 Sep 2019, by ablahatherell in Sponsored events

14 – 15 October 2019

The London-Paris Number Theory Workshop meets twice per year, once in London and once in Paris. The 27th workshop is held in memory of Jean-Marc Fontaine and Jean-Pierre Wintenberger.

The workshop brings together mathematicians from both cities and nearby universities to learn about recent important progress in diverse areas of Number Theory, such as the Andre-Oort conjecture, gaps between primes, the work of Grothendieck, biases in the distribution of consecutive primes and more.

Paris Organisers:

Daniel Fiorilli (CNRS)
Michael Harris (Diderot Paris VII)
Marc Hindry (Diderot Paris VII)
Matthew Morrow (CNRS)

London Organisers:

Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College London)
Ana Caraiani (Imperial College London)
Fred Diamond (KCL) 
Vladimir Dokchitser (UCL)
Steve Lester (KCL)
Yiannis Petridis (UCL)

More information on the workshop website