Computational Number Theory@ FoCM'14

December 11-13, 2014
Montevideo, Uruguay


Kristin Lauter
Microsoft Research, Redmond (USA)

Christophe Ritzenthaler
Université Rennes I, France

Peter Stevenhagen
Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands

The workshop is part of the triennial FoCM conference series, organized by the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics
and hosted by the Universidad de la República in Montevideo, Uruguay, December 11 - 20, 2014.


Nils Bruin, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada
Computing twists of Shioda modular surfaces of level 4 related to visibility of Sha

Bas Edixhoven, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
Polynomial time computation of Galois representations attached to modular forms

Andreas Enge, Université Bordeaux I, France
Class invariants for abelian surfaces

Filip Najman, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Torsion structures of elliptic curves over number fields

Francisco Portillo, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México
Computations on a conjecture of BSD-type postulated by Mazur and Tate

Christophe Ritzenthaler, Université Rennes I, France
Distribution of traces of genus 3 curves

Cecilia Salgado, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
All del Pezzo surfaces of degree two over finite fields are unirational

Peter Stevenhagen, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
Prime densities for GL1 and GL2

Jeroen Sijsling, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Aspects of Belyi maps

Ben Smith, LIX and INRIA, Paris-Saclay, France
Arithmetic geometry and key exchange: compact Diffie-Hellman with efficient endomorphisms

Gonzalo Tornario, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay
Paramodular forms: central values of twisted spin L-functions

Ariel Pacetti, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Computing tables of elliptic curves

Ronald van Luijk, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
Concurrent lines on del Pezzo surfaces of degree one

Fernando Villegas, ICTP, Trieste, Italy
Hypergeometric motives

Alexey Zykin, Université de la Polynésie Francaise, Tahiti, France
On the number of points on Jacobians over finite fields: form asymptotic theory to applications


Schedule (now available)

Related plenary talk : John Cremona , University of Warwick, UK

Related workshops of FoCM'14: Computational Algebraic Geometry

Previous workshops: FoCM'11, FoCM'08



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