The goals of this meeting are to bring together people interested
in exchanging ideas, sharing expertise, and expanding their
knowledge inside and outside their own fields of activities,
on some aspects of Number Theory involving: Algebraic Number Theory,
Analytic Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry, Automorphic and Modular
Forms, Diophantine Equations, Dynamical Number Theory, Elliptic
Curves. We aim to provide an atmosphere that will stimulate new
collaborations at the intersection of these closely related topics.
People attending the Number Theory sessions of the AMS sectional
meeting at the University of Hawai‘i during March 3-4 are
especially welcome to attend.

- Mike Bennett (University of British Columbia) - Lecture Slides
- Michel Lapidus (University of California, Riverside) - Lecture Slides
- Dino Lorenzini (University of Georgia)
- Ken Ono (Emory University) - Lecture Slides
- Alice Silverberg (University of California, Irvine) - Lecture Slides

Download conference poster by clicking on the picture above.

**The conference will be held at the Hawaii IMIN
International Conference Center**,
which is part of the beautiful
East–West Center
adjacent to the University of Hawai‘i campus. It is also
conveniently located directly across the street from the
mathematics department.

**Partial funding for this conference**
is being provided by

- National Science Foundation, research grant DMS-1162631,
- College of Natural Sciences, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
- Department of Mathematics, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

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There is a $60 registration fee ($20 for graduate students).
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This fee should be paid upon arrival at the conference and
will be used to cover coffee breaks, a reception, and a small
excursion on one afternoon of the conference.
It is expected that all participants will secure their own
funding to attend.

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If you would like to register
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for this workshop, please submit your CV along with a short
explanation of interest to the
organizers.