Computational Number Theory@ FoCM'11

July 12-14, 2011
Budapest, Hungary


John Cremona
University of Warwick, UK

Hendrik Lenstra
Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands

Peter Stevenhagen
Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands

The workshop is part of the triennial FoCM conference series, organized by the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics
hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, July 4-14, 2011.


Jennifer Balakrishnan, MIT, USA
Computations with Coleman integrals

Martin Bright, Warwick, UK
Rational points on surfaces

Claus Diem, Leipzig, Germany
The discrete logarithm problem in elliptic curves

Tim Dokchitser, Cambridge, UK (semiplenary speaker)
Frobenius elements in Galois groups

David Mandell Freeman, Stanford, USA
Cryptography from Hard Problems in Number Fields

David Holmes, Warwick, UK
Computations on the Jacobians of high-genus curves

Filip Najman, Leiden, Netherlands
Mordell-Weil groups of elliptic curves over number fields of small degree

Sebastian Pancratz, Oxford, UK
Point counting on hypersurfaces over finite fields

Bjorn Poonen, MIT, USA (semiplenary speaker)
Descent for Jacobians of genus 3 curves

Soma Purkait, Warwick, UK
Eigenforms of half-integral weight and some applications

Lajos Rónyai, Budapest, Hungary
Splitting full matrix algebras over number fields

Samir Siksek, Warwick, UK
The generalized Fermat equation x^3+y^4+z^5=0

Andrew Sutherland, MIT, USA
Genus 1 point counting in quadratic space and essentially quartic time

Abstracts; All talks will be 45 min


Related plenary talk: William Stein, University of Washington, USA

Related workshops of FoCM'11: Computational Algebraic Geometry

Previous workshop: FoCM'08



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