 All local training events Sep 11, 2006, Leiden: Algebraic Number Theory
Introduction to algebraic numbers and number rings. Ideal factorization, finiteness results on class groups and units, explicit computation of these invariants. Special topic: the number field sieve.  Oct 1, 2006, Lille: GTEM seminar
A weekly seminar on Galois theory and explicit methods  Oct 1, 2006, Lille: Séminaire d'Arithmétique
A weekly seminar on Arithmetic  Nov 10, 2006, Leiden: DIAMANT Intercity Event: Lattice Day
 Feb 1, 2007, Leuven: Advanced Methods in Cryptography
Master level course on cryptography  Feb 6, 2007, Leiden: Algebraic geometry
The aim of the course is to introduce the students to the notions of algebraic varieties and schemes and to show how these notions are used in the study of curves and surfaces, covering pieces of Hartshorne's book Algebraic Geometry.  Mar 25, 2007, Lausanne: Conférence "Géométrie et Arithmétiques", Les Diablerets
Organized within the framework of IIIème Cycle Romand de Mathématiques, the conference "Geometry and arithmetics" proposes a series of minicourses on the interaction between the number theory and arithmetical geometry.  Apr 19, 2007, Heidelberg: Linear Algebraic Groups
One semester course (4h per week) taught by B.H. Matzat  Apr 20, 2007, Heidelberg: Representation Theory of Groups
One semester course (2h per week) taught by M. Dettweiler  May 17, 2007, Barcelona: Lecture by Ivan Fesenko
Prof. Ivan Fesenko, University of Nottingham, “Two dimensional commutative adelic analysis and zeta functions and elliptic curves over global fields”, at Universitat de Barcelona  Sep 1, 2007, Bordeaux: Master courses in Pure Mathematics
Series of lectures.  Sep 1, 2007, Bordeaux: Seminar in Number Theory.
Weekly seminar in Number theory  Sep 1, 2007, Bordeaux: Colloquium
Colloquium de Mathématiques de Bordeaux  Sep 1, 2007, Bordeaux: Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui
Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui par des experts de rénommée internationale.  Sep 3, 2007, Leiden: Homological algebra
One semester course taught by F. Doray  Sep 10, 2007, Lille: Algèbre commutative
One semester course taught by L. Ramero  Sep 11, 2007, Leiden: Permutation groups and Coxeter groups
Instructors: H.W. Lenstra and A.M. Cohen  Sep 12, 2007, Lille: Arithmétique des revêtements de la droite
One semester course taught by P. Dèbes  Sep 19, 2007, Lausanne: Algebraic geometry and quadratic forms
One semester course given by Eva BayerFluckiger, Jean Fasel and Nikita
Karpenko  Sep 25, 2007, Barcelona: Arithmetic Geometry
One semester course on arithmetic of ellipic curves and determination of their
modularity taught by Angela Arenas and Nuria Vila.  Oct 1, 2007, Lille: Séminaire d'Arithmétique
A weekly seminar on Arithmetic  Oct 1, 2007, Lille: GTEM seminar
A weekly seminar on Galois theory and explicit methods in Arithmetic  Oct 4, 2007, Paris: Seminaire Claude Chevalley
Weekly seminar devoted to study of braid groups, mapping class groups, Coxeter groups etc.  Oct 4, 2007, Leuven: seminar 'Number theory and algebraic geometry'
local seminar  Oct 8, 2007, Essen: Duality Theorems in Arithmetic and Applications to Data Security (Gerhard Frey)
This is a oneweek (24 hours) block.
Contents: Duality in number theory and geometry, geometrically realized Discrete Logarithms with bilinear structures, and relations with local and global Brauer groups.
 Oct 8, 2007, Barcelona: Minicourse on Number Theory: three views of class field theory and complex multiplication by David Cox
Monday 8th: Principal moduli and class fieldsTuesday 9th: Abel's theorem on the lemniscate Thursday 11th: Mathematical origami All three lectures will take place from 15:00 to 17:00 in room 101 at Facultat de Matematiques i Estadistica, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, address: Pau Gargallo 5, 08028 Barcelona  Oct 15, 2007, Heidelberg: Galois Theory of Differential Equations
One semester course (4h per week) taught by J. Hartmann  Oct 15, 2007, Essen: Modulformen II (Computational Arithmetic of Modular Forms) (Gabor Wiese)
One semester course (until February 2008, 4h per week) on the computation of modular forms. The course will be accompanied by theoretical and computer exercises. The teaching language is English.  Oct 15, 2007, Barcelona: Minicourse on Toric varieties by David Cox
Monday 15th: Toric varieties and geometric invariant theoryTuesday 16th: Toric varieties and the minimal model program Thursday 18th: Geometric modeling and commutative algebra All three lectures will take place from 15:00 to 17:00 in room S1 at Facultat de Matematiques, Universitat de Barcelona, address: Gran Via 585, 08007 Barcelona  Oct 17, 2007, Heidelberg: tMotives
One semester seminar (2h per week).  Oct 17, 2007, Barcelona: Lecture by David Cox at the Colloquium of the Mathematics Faculty
Lecture by David Cox: "Why Eisenstein discovered the Eisenstein Criterion and why Schoenemann discovered it first" from 12:30 to 13:30, room B6, Facultat de Matematiques, Universitat de Barcelona, Gran Via 585.  Oct 18, 2007, Heidelberg: Contructive Galois Theory
One semester seminar (2h per week) organised by B.H. Matzat and A. Maurischat  Jan 16, 2008, Lille: Théorie algébrique des nombres : structure galoisienne relative d'anneaux d'entiers
One semester course taught by B. Sodaigui  Jan 21, 2008, Paris: Seminaire polylogarithmes et multizetas
Weekly seminar on recent advances in the theory of multiple zeta values and polylogarithms.  Jan 22, 2008, Essen: Workshop Arithmetic Geometry
This workshop is dedicated to recent results and an exchange of ideas in Arithmetic Geometry with a special focus on Galois representations and modular forms. Organisers: G. Frey, G. Wiese.  Jan 28, 2008, Barcelona: Seminari de Teoria de Nombres UBUABUPC
One week seminar covering two topics: "Siegel modular forms" and "Monographic lectures on D. Zagier work" and including contributed talks. It took place at the Escola Politecnica Superior d’Enginyeria de Vilanova i la Geltru.  Feb 1, 2008, Leuven: Advanced Methods in Cryptography
Master level course on cryptography  Feb 5, 2008, Leiden: Elliptic Curves
Instructors: P. Stevenhagen, G. Cornelissen  Feb 11, 2008, Barcelona: Lectures by Dr. Jerald J. Kovacic
Two lectures on "Differential Galois Theory of strongly normal extensions" delivered by Jerald J. Kovacic, The City College of CUNY, at the Mathematics Faculty of the University of Barcelona.  Feb 11, 2008, Barcelona: Algebraic Number Theory
One semester course on the main topics of algebraic number theory including
classical theorems of Hermite, Minkowski, Dirichlet and KroneckerWeber, taught
by Pilar Bayer.  Feb 11, 2008, Heidelberg: Workshop on Constructive Galois Theory
This workshop is intended for young mathematicians involved in the GTEM project. It included tutorials on Differential Galois theory (by T. Dyckerhoff), on the Noether problem (by G. Kemper) and on Patching (by J. Hartmann).  Feb 18, 2008, Lausanne: Modular forms and applications
One semester course given by Philippe Michel  Mar 17, 2008, Bordeaux: Journées "Codage et Cryptographie" 2008
 Apr 7, 2008, Essen: Galois Representations (Gabor Wiese)
One semester course (2h per week) in English.  Apr 8, 2008, Heidelberg: padic Differential Equations
One semester course (2h per week) taught by J. Hartmann  Apr 9, 2008, Heidelberg: Motives
One semester seminar (2h per week)  Apr 9, 2008, Essen: Iwasawa Theory of Elliptic Curves
One semester seminar (2h week) in English.  Apr 10, 2008, Essen: Quaternion Algebras
One semester seminar (2h per week) in English. Organised by Gebhard Böckle, Juan Marcos Cerviño, Lassina Dembélé, Gerhard Frey and Gabor Wiese.  Apr 10, 2008, Heidelberg: Galois Representations
One semester course (2h per week) taught by M. Dettweiler  Apr 14, 2008, Warwick: Instructional Workshop on Surfaces: Geometry and Arithmetic
Instructional Workshop on Surfaces:
Geometry and Arithmetic, part of the Special Period in Arithmetic
Geometry (AprilJune 2008), part of the 2007/2008 Warwick Algebraic
Geometry Symposium. Comprised three coordinated lecture series by
Martin Bright, Damiano Testa, and local network member Ronald van
Lijk.  Apr 21, 2008, Warwick: Galois Representations of Modular Forms
A 4hour lecture course by J. Bosman (Leiden)  Apr 22, 2008, Essen: Workshop Factoring Large Numbers
Workshop at the Institute for Experimental Mathematics. Organiser: G. Frey.  Apr 28, 2008, Warwick: Visibility of TateShafarevich Groups
A 3hour lecture course by T. Fisher (Cambridge)  May 5, 2008, Warwick: The Conjectures of Birch and SwinnertonDyer
A 4hour lecture course by T. Dokchitser (Cambridge)  May 12, 2008, Barcelona: Strongly normal differential extensions
A Seminar on strongly normal differential extensions taking place on Mondays at 11 at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya or Universitat de Barcelona alternatively.  May 12, 2008, Warwick: Introduction to Theta Functions
A 3hour lecture course by B. Hart (Warwick)  May 16, 2008, Barcelona: Lecture by Prof. Jack Sonn
Lecture on "Polynomials with roots in mathbb{Q}_{p} for all p" delivered by Jack Sonn, University of Haifa, at the Number Theory Seminar of the University of Barcelona.  May 19, 2008, Barcelona: Course on Iwasawa theory
12 hour course on “Iwasawa theory for elliptic curves" delivered by Christian Wuthrich, University of Nottingham, at the Mathematics and Statistic Faculty of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.  May 22, 2008, Barcelona: Lecture by Prof. Jack Sonn
Lecture on "Abelian extensions of global fields with all local degrees equal to n and the ntorsion subgroup of the Brauer group" delivered by Jack Sonn, University of Haifa, at the Number Theory Seminar of the Catalonian Polytechnical University.  Jun 2, 2008, Rome: Number Fields, Lattices and Curves
The theme of this instructional network conference is the interplay between number fields, lattices and algebraic curves. It takes place in Cetraro (Italy),  Jun 6, 2008, Warwick: The GrossZagier formula
A 2hour lecture course by A. Pal (Imperial)  Jun 16, 2008, Warwick: Research workshop on Rational Points on Curves and Higher Dimensional Varieties
We bring together many leading experts in the subject and aim to give them an opportunity to present their latest results and insights. To create a situation that leads to fruitful exchange, the participants include both people working on the theoretical side of the subject, and those working on the explicit or experimental side. Through this we hope to achieve a better understanding of the current state of the art and to provide the basis for animated discussions. More importantly, we aim to identify and explore the most promising directions for future work.  Jul 27, 2008, Tel Aviv: Arithmetic geometry and public key cryptography
A summer school with the above mentioned title
was organized by Gerhard Frey (scientist in charge, Essen)
and Moshe Jarden (scientist in charge, Tel Aviv) in Tel Aviv
University. The summer school presented the basic features
of public key cryptography along with the necessary
background from arithmetic geometry. Fortenn German
students, 10 Israeli students and eight students from other
countries participated in the summer school.
The teachers consisted of Gerhard Frey (Essen), Moshe Jarden
(Tel Aviv), WulfDieter Geyer (Erlangen), Frederik
Vercauteren (Leuven), Claus Diem (Leipzig), and Uzi Vishne
(Bar Ilan). Fifteen of the participants were GTEM members
among them six ESRs. In addition to the theoretical material
the students were introduced to a computational package
called SAGE and praticed it in the afternoons. The topics
presented included
1. Curves, Jacobian, and zeta functions over finite fields.
2. Principles of public key cryptography, RSA, discrete
logarithms, and protocols based on pairings.
3. Index calculus for curves of small genus
4. Applications in the world of communications
5. Arithmetic of elliptic and hyperelliptic curves.
6. Point counting
7. Duality theorem and Brauer groups.
 Jul 27, 2008, Essen: Summer School on Arithmetic Geometry and Public Key Cryptography
Tel Aviv University. Organisers: G. Frey, M. Jarden.  Sep 1, 2008, Bordeaux: Seminar in Number Theory.
Weekly seminar in Number theory  Sep 1, 2008, Bordeaux: Colloquium
Colloquium de Mathématiques de Bordeaux  Sep 1, 2008, Bordeaux: Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui
Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui sont réalisées par des experts de rénommée internationale.  Sep 1, 2008, Bordeaux: Master courses in Pure Mathematics
Series of lectures  Sep 2, 2008, Leiden: Algebraic number theory
Orders in number fields, Class group, units.  Sep 10, 2008, Lille: Groupes finis, réseaux et théorie du codage
A onesemester course taught by Valery Gritsenko  Sep 15, 2008, Essen: Hilbert Modular Forms
2week compact course taught by Lassina Dembélé.  Sep 17, 2008, Paris: Tresses a Paris
Three day conference on braid groups in Paris  Sep 22, 2008, Barcelona: Arithmetic Geometry
A master course taught by Angela Arenas, Luis Dieulefait and Nuria Vila.  Sep 23, 2008, Barcelona: Differential Galois Theory Seminar
A seminar devoted to study the 1996 papers of Umemura "Differential Galois theory of infinite dimension" and "Galois theory of algebraic and differential equations" organized by Teresa Crespo and Florian Heiderich.
 Oct 1, 2008, Paris: Seminaire Claude Chevalley
Weekly seminar devoted to braid groups, Coxeter groups, and generalizations  Oct 1, 2008, Lille: Séminaire d'Arithmétique
A weekly seminar on Arithmetic  Oct 1, 2008, Lille: GTEM seminar
A weekly seminar on Galois Theory and explicit methods in Arithmetic  Oct 4, 2008, Leuven: Seminar 'Number theory and algebraic geometry'
local seminar  Oct 10, 2008, Paris: Seminaire polylogarithmes et multizetas
Weekly seminar on recent advances in the theory of multiple zeta values and polylogarithmes (second year).  Oct 12, 2008, Paris: Cours de geometrie algebrique
Introductory course to algebraic geometry  Oct 14, 2008, Heidelberg: The arithmetic geometry of the unipotent fundamental group
One semester seminar (2h per week) organized by J. Stix  Oct 15, 2008, Heidelberg: Hopf algebras and Galois theories
One semester seminar (2h per week) organized by A. Maurischat and M. Wibmer  Oct 16, 2008, Essen: padic Galois Representations
One semester seminar (2h per week) in English. Organised by Gebhard Böckle and Gabor Wiese.  Nov 19, 2008, Barcelona: Modular curves and semistable abelian varieties over Q
Lecture by René Schoof  Dec 2, 2008, Barcelona: Modular CalabiYau manifolds of Kummer type
Lecture by Slawomir Cynk  Jan 12, 2009, Paris: Aspects de la geometrie algebrique
5day workshop at IHES, BuressurYvette  Jan 14, 2009, Essen: Workshop Arithmetic Geometry
This is a smallscale workshop dedicated to recent results and an exchange of ideas in Arithmetic Geometry.
Speakers: Ian Kiming, Pierre Parent and Christophe Ritzenthaler.  Jan 14, 2009, Warwick: Introduction to Modular Forms
An 18hour introduction to classical modular forms, given in Warwick and simultaneously broadcast to Oxford, Imperial College and Bristol. Given by John Cremona.  Jan 28, 2009, Barcelona: Seminari de Teoria de Nombres UB/UAB/UPC
The yearly Barcelona Number Theory Seminar will be devoted in 2009 to "Moduli spaces" and "Ken Ribet works". It will take place at the Mathematics Faculty of the University of Barcelona.  Feb 1, 2009, Leuven: Advanced Methods in Cryptography
Master level course on cryptography  Feb 3, 2009, Leiden: Algebraic Geometry
Riemann's zeta function has a natural generalisation to zeta functions associated to finitely generated (commutative) rings, and more generally, to schemes of finite type. For nonsingular projective curves over finite fields the Riemann hypothesis has been proven by Hasse (elliptic curves) and Weil (arbitrary genus, 1940's). The case of higher dimensional varieties over finite fields was proved by Deligne (1974), building on the work of Grothendieck. In this course we will treat the case of curves over finite fields, using intersection theory on surfaces. The course will start with some explicit examples of zeta functions, including Riemann's and those of curves over finite fields. Then slowly we will develop those techniques necessary to treat Weil's proof, from Hartshorne's book Algebraic Geometry. Finally, we will present Weil's proof. Our goal is to provide a good overview of Weil's proof. Obviously, it is not desirable nor possible to treat all of Hartshorne's book.  Feb 9, 2009, Barcelona: Algebraic Number Theory
A master course taught by Pilar Bayer, Teresa Crespo and Artur Travesa. The main topics were ramification theory, class field theory (local and global).  Feb 17, 2009, Heidelberg: Invariant theory
MiniWorkshop organized by E. Dufresne  Mar 3, 2009, Heidelberg: Seminar on model theory of differential and difference fields
Two week seminar organized by the three ESR's Arno Fehm (Tel Aviv), Florian Heiderich (Barcelona), Michael Wibmer (Heidelberg).  Mar 3, 2009, Warwick: Warwick Number Theory Seminar
A weekly seminar featuring local and invited speakers  Apr 2, 2009, Heidelberg: pdivisible groups
One semester course (2h per week) taught by J. Stix  Apr 2, 2009, Heidelberg: Cupproducts in Galois cohomology
One semester seminar (2h per week) organized by J. Stix  Apr 3, 2009, Heidelberg: Groups of Lietype
One semester course (2h per week) taught by M. Dettweiler  Apr 15, 2009, Heidelberg: Polylogarithms
One semester seminar (2h per week)  Apr 20, 2009, Tel Aviv: GTEM Profinite Group Day
Oneday intensive conference on profinite fundamental groups at Tel Aviv University, organized jointly with the Paris team.  May 1, 2009, Barcelona: Advanced Course by Eric Urban
A four month course by Eric Urban, Columbia University, on BlochKato conjecture or related topics at Centre de Recerca Matemàtica  May 4, 2009, Essen: workshop "Pairings in Arithmetic Geometry and Cryptography"
The workshop will take place at May 4, 5 and 6 , 2009. In the workshop we shall study bilinear structures on ideal class groups of curves over finite fields induced by duality theorems of class field theory. Computational aspects as well as applications to public key cryptography will be in the center of the talks.
We plan to have two series of introductary minicourses in the mornings and lectures about the state of the art and new perspectives in the afternoons.
Confirmed speakers are: P. Barreto, S.Duquesne,D.M. Freeman, G. Frey, F. Hess, D. Lubicz, M. Naehrig, M. Scott, F. Vercauteren.
A program will be announced soon.  Jul 6, 2009, Lausanne: The Geometric Theory of Quadratic Forms
In the framework of the EPFL doctoral school Prof. Alexander Vishik (University of Nottingham, UK) will hold an intensive course about the geometric theory of quadratic forms. More specifically he will introduce the theories of Chow groups and Chow motives and their applications to the theory of generic splitting of quadratic forms. The course will be held from July 6  July 10, 2009, and it consists of 4 x 45 minutes of lectures and 90 minutes of exercise sessions each day.  Jul 9, 2009, Essen: Festkolloquium und Oberseminar zu Ehren von Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gerhard Frey
 Jul 20, 2009, Lausanne: Lattices and Applications
The summer school will be held from July 20 to July 24, 2009. It will consist of talks about current research topics and three minicourses of two to three lectures each. The following colleagues have kindly agreed to give those courses: JeanPaul Cerri  "Euclidean Minima of Number Fields"; Gabriele Nebe  "An Introduction to Lattices"; Fréderique Oggier  "Ideal Lattices and Codes".
 Sep 1, 2009, Bordeaux: Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui
Les leçons de mathématiques d’aujourd’hui sont réalisées par des experts de rénommée internationale.  Sep 1, 2009, Bordeaux: Master courses in Pure Mathematics
Series of lectures  Sep 1, 2009, Bordeaux: Seminar in Number Theory
Weekly seminar in Number theory  Sep 1, 2009, Bordeaux: colloquium
Colloquium de mathématiques de Bordeaux  Sep 1, 2009, Barcelona: Arithmetic Geometry Programme
One year long programme on "Arithmetic Geometry" organized by Luis Dieulefait,
Victor Rotger and Francesc Bars at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica. It includes three periods of 2 week advanced courses which sum up 50 hours of lectures as well as several advanced courses along each term consisting in one hour lecture per week. Two thirds of the programme will be devoted to Modular Forms and Modularity and one third to Function Fields of Positive Characteristic.  Sep 8, 2009, Leiden: Elliptic Curves
Elliptic curves are fundamental objects in a large part of mathematics. Along various historical paths, their origins can be traced to calculus, complex analysis and algebraic geometry, and their arithmetic aspects have made them key objects in modern cryptography and in Wiles' proof of Fermat's last theorem. This course is an introduction to the algebraic, geometric, complex analytic and number theoretical aspects of the theory of elliptic curves.  Sep 17, 2009, Lille: GTEM seminar
A weekly seminar on Galois Theory and explicit methods in Arithmetic  Sep 17, 2009, Lille: Arithmétique et g\'eom\'etrie alg\'ebrique
One semester course taught by P. Dèbes  Sep 21, 2009, Barcelona: Levels of reducible Galois representations
Lecture by Ken Ribet  Sep 21, 2009, Barcelona: Arithmetic Geometry
A master course taught by Àngela Arenas, Luis Dieulefait and Núria Vila  Oct 1, 2009, Lille: Séminaire d'Arithmétique
A weekly seminar on Arithmetic  Oct 4, 2009, Leuven: Seminar 'Number theory and algebraic geometry'
local seminar  Oct 8, 2009, Paris: Seminaire Claude Chevalley
weekly seminar in group theory  Oct 12, 2009, Heidelberg: Coding theory
One semester course (4h per week) taught by B.H. Matzat  Oct 13, 2009, Heidelberg: Deformation theory
One semester course (4h per week) taught by J. Stix  Oct 13, 2009, Warwick: Modular forms over number fields
An 18hour course in modular forms, especially Hilbert modular forms but also including modular forms over imaginary quadratic fields, emphasising explicit results and computational methods. Given jointly by John Cremona and Lassina Démb\'le,  Oct 14, 2009, Heidelberg: Toric varieties
One semester seminar (2h per week) organised by M. Dettweiler  Oct 15, 2009, Essen: Forschungsseminar WS 2009/2010: The Eigencurve
 Oct 15, 2009, Heidelberg: Drinfeld modules
One semester seminar (2h per week) taught by B.H. Matzat  Oct 19, 2009, Paris: Seminaire des etudiants en theorie des nombres
weekly number theory seminar for and by students  Jan 1, 2010, Warwick: Study group on Complex Multiplcation
A weekly study group organised by junior members  Jan 15, 2010, Lille: Groupe fondamental des courbes algébriques
One semester course taught by N. Borne  Jan 25, 2010, Bordeaux: Torsion on abelian schemes and rational points on moduli spaces
The topic of the workshop is the arithmetic properties of curves and abelian varieties with a special emphasis on the variation of such properties in families. This workshop also aims at reinforcing collaborations between European and Japanese researchers in arithmetic geometry.  Feb 8, 2010, Heidelberg: The arithmetic of fundamental groups
Workshop in Heidelberg  Feb 8, 2010, Barcelona: Algebraic Number Theory
A master course taught by Pilar Bayer, Teresa Crespo and Artur Travesa.  Feb 16, 2010, Essen: Conference on Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic, Essen
 Apr 10, 2010, Essen: IEMArbeitsgemeinschaft Summer Term 2010
 Apr 13, 2010, Heidelberg: The Weil conjectures
One semester course (4h per week) taught by J. Stix  Apr 14, 2010, Heidelberg: Locally nilpotent derivations and Hilbert's fourteenth problem
One semester seminar (2h per week) organised by E. Dufresne and A. Maurischat  Apr 15, 2010, Heidelberg: Modular curves and the Eisenstein ideal
One semester seminar (2h per week)  Jun 22, 2010, Bordeaux: Log Conf 2010: Current trends in logarithmic geometry
The ambition of this conference is to gather all mathematicians that use logarithmic structures in their research, and to present the interactions of logarithmic geometry with both arithmetic geometry and complex geometry, or any related field.  Jul 15, 2010, Bordeaux: ALGANT summer school on elliptic curves
Training event part of MASTER ERASMUS MUNDUS ALGANT (ALgebra,Geometry And Number Theory) http://www.algant.eu/  Aug 12, 2010, Essen: GTEM Day, IEM Essen

