Final Workshop

14 December - 18 December

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK

Organisers: David Burns (KCL) John Coates (Cambridge) Guy Henniart (Universite Paris-Sud) Minhyon Kim (UCL) Florian Pop (Pennsylvania) and Mohamed Saidi (Exeter)

in association with the Newton Institute programme Non-Abelian Fundamental Groups in Arithmetic Geometry (20 July to 18 December 2009)

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Theme of workshop:

The Final Workshop aims at presenting some of the most exciting new developments in the main topics of the NAG Programme, namely Anabelian Geometry and (Non-commutative) Iwasawa Theory, as well as in other areas of arithmetic geometry, like rational points on varieties, p-adic representations, special values of complex L-functions, automorphic forms, and the interactions between these. We hope as well to provide not only a picture of the questions/problems discussed/solved during the Programme, but also to draw future possibilities for applying non-abelian aspects to a broad range of arithmetic investigations. The workshop will bring together experts in the above areas of arithmetic geometry.

Invited speakers:

  • Konstantin Ardakov(University of Nottingham)
  • David Burns (Kings College London)
  • Laurent Clozel (Universite Paris Sud)
  • Tim Dokchister (Cambridge)
  • Vladimir Dokchister (Cambridge)
  • Helene Esnault (Universitat Duisburg-Essen)
  • Yuval Flicker(Ohio State University)
  • Guy Henniart (Universite Paris-Sud)
  • Uwe Jannsen (Universitšt Regensburg)
  • Mahesh Kakde (University College London)
  • Minhyong Kim (University College London)
  • Gerard Laumon (Universite Paris-Sud)
  • Florian Pop (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Hiroaki Nakamura (Okayama University)
  • Cristian Popescu (University of California, San Diego)
  • Fernando Rodriguez-Villegas (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Damian Rossler (Universite Paris-Sud)
  • Malte Witte (Universitšt Regensburg)

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