FP6 Research and Training Network
Galois Theory and Explicit Methods

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4

Local courses, seminars, workshops in year 4
October 1 2009 to September 30 2010

  • 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, Warwick: Modular forms over number fields
    An 18-hour 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 13, 2009, Heidelberg: Deformation theory
    One semester course (4h per week) taught by J. Stix
  • Oct 14, 2009, Heidelberg: Toric varieties
    One semester seminar (2h per week) organised by M. Dettweiler
  • Oct 15, 2009, Heidelberg: Drinfeld modules
    One semester seminar (2h per week) taught by B.H. Matzat
  • Oct 15, 2009, Essen: Forschungsseminar WS 2009/2010: The Eigencurve
  • 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: IEM-Arbeitsgemeinschaft 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