Computational Representation Theory in Number Theory
July 27-31, 2015
Oregon State University
About the Conference
The theme of the workshop is connections between types of representations,
particularly Galois representations, and L-functions, elliptic curves,
and other objects of interest in number theory.
The format will be a hybrid of a traditional conference and a workshop with lectures in
the morning and afternoons devoted to collaborative work. We hope that bringing together
experts on these various objects will encourage collaborations in new directions.
During the afternoons, some people will work on the L-function and
Modular Forms Database, the LMFDB.
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There will be a $20 registration fee for this conference.
Funding is provided for speakers and invited participants. There is some additional travel
funding available for additional people who would like to attend the conference. Preference
will be given to students, post-docs, and junior researchers without other means of support
and to members of underrepresented groups.
To apply, send an e-mail to the
organizers with your:
Research Focus (including how it connects to the theme of the conference, if not apparent)
The National Science Foundation
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council