The London-Paris Number Theory Seminar

The London-Paris Number Theory Seminar meets twice per year, once in London and once in Paris. It is supported by a grant from the London Mathematical Society.

London organizers: David Burns, Fred Diamond, Alexei Skorobogatov, Andrei Yafaev, Kevin Buzzard.

Paris organizers: Michael Harris, Guy Henniart, Marc Hindry, Ariane Mezard, Jacques Tilouine.

Eleventh meeting, Paris, 21/11/2011

The 11th meeting will take place on Monday 21st November 2011 in Paris on the subject of "ergodic methods in number theory".

The meeting will take place in Jussieu, Couloir 15--25, Salle 104, and the schedule is:

1100 Julia Wolf (Ecole Polytechnique, France): "Ergodic, analytic and combinatorial approaches to decomposition theorems for bounded functions"

1400 Alex Gorodnik (University of Bristol): "Quantitative ergodic theorems and Diophantine approximation"

1530 Ben Green (University of Cambridge): "Distribution of orbits on nilmanifolds and applications".

For more information (including abstracts of some of the talks) try Jussieu's seminar page here (look for 21 Nov).

First meeting (Paris, 13/11/2006)
Second meeting (London, 02/05/2007)
Third meeting (Paris, 12/11/2007)
Fourth meeting (London, 07/05-08/05/2008)
Fifth meeting (Paris, 17/11/2008)
Sixth meeting (London, 03/06-04/06/2009)
Seventh meeting (Paris, 16/11/2009)
Eighth meeting (London, 02/06/2010)
Ninth meeting (Paris, 08/11/2010)
Tenth meeting (London, 01/06/2011)

This page is maintained by Kevin Buzzard. This document was last modified on 12th September 2011.