Diamant symposium

30-11-2017 - 1-12-2017

The Fall Diamant symposium (30 November/1 December) will take place in Hotel Van der Valk, Breukelen.

The symposium will feature a special afternoon (on Friday afternoon) "Diophantine problems and the Hardy-Littlewood method" organised by Damaris Schindler (UU) and Efthymios Sofos (UL). Invited speakers: Timothy Browning (U Bristol), Roger Heath-Brown (Oxford) and Pankaj Vishe (U Durham).

Other invited speakers include Alexander May (U Bochum), Britta Peis (U Aachen) and Wadim Zudilin (RU Nijmegen)

Please refer to the webpage of the symposium for registration and the programme.



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