Prof. Guerzhoy's web page for participants
June 15 – July 10, 2009
UHM Math. Dept.
Abstract: Many advances on the algebraic side of number theory in the last 15 years (such as the solutions of the Shimura-Taniyama conjecture, Sato-Tate conjecture and Serre’s conjecture, as well as decisive progress on the Fontaine-Mazur conjecture and Main Conjectures for modular forms) have relied in an essential way on improvements in the theory of Galois representations.
The aim of the three main courses is to present an overview of many of these ideas and applications, aimed at advanced graduate students and postdocs with a strong background in number theory, Galois cohomology, and basic algebraic geometry.
SUPER-M is a project in the NSF Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12) Program that supports fellowships and training for graduate students in mathematics. Each of the six fellows recruited for 2010-2011 is partnered with a teacher from a local K-12 school, both on Oahu and the Neighbor Islands. The goal of the partnership is to create opportunities for the fellows to communicate their research to a variety of audiences and to enhance the mathematics taught in the K-12 learning environments. More information: Super-M home page | Application information
UH has received a National Science Foundation grant which will pay for math and biology majors to participate in interdisciplinary research and training at UH. Interested students are encouraged to inquire before registering for classes for next semester.
In particular, students with at least one year of calculus are encouraged to enroll in Math 305, which is concerned with probabilistic models in biology.
Please contact Prof. Les Wilson for further information or go to the UH Math Biology website.
May. 21-24, 2008, 10:00-4:00, Keller 401
Prof. Pavel Guerzhoy, UH Math Dept
Prof. Ken Ono, Univ. of Wisconsin
Workshop on the Arithmetic of Modular Forms
Tentative List of Participants:
Scott Ahlgren, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne Kathrin Bringmann, University of Minnesota – Minneapolis Jan Hendrik Bruinier, Technical University at Darmstadt, Germany YoungJu Choie Pohang, Technical University, Korea Youn-Seo Choi, Korean Institute for Advanced Studies, Seoul, Korea Amanda Folsom, University of Wisconsin at Madison Sharon Garthwaite, Bucknell University, Lewisburg Pavel Guerzhoy, University of Hawaii at Manoa Paul Jenkins, University of California at Los Angeles, Winfried Kohnen, University of Heidelberg, Germany Karl Mahlburg, Massachusets Institute of Technology Ken Ono, University of Wisconsin at Madison Robert Osburn, University College, Dublin, Ireland David Penniston, Furman University, Greenville Sander Zwegers, University College, Dublin, Ireland