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, Pierre Charollois, Marc Hindry, Ariane Mezard, Jacques Tilouine.
The 13th meeting took place in Jussieu on Monday 22nd October (following a seminaire Bourbaki week-end at the IHP). Room 104 Tour 15-25 (1st floor), Jussieu (map). Note that this means the corridor between towers #15 and #25, 1st floor.
9:30 Accueil/Welcome + coffee (corridor 15--16 room 417, 4th floor).
10:00 Sarah Zerbes (UCL), "Towards an Euler system for Rankin-Selberg convolutions".
11:30 David Vauclair (Univ. Caen), "The unramified Iwasawa main conjecture for abelian varieties over function fields of characteristic p".
14:00 David Burns (Kings College London), "Congruences between derivatives of twisted Hasse-Weil L-functions".
Note that Thomas de La Rochefoucauld, a student of Jan Nekovar, will defend his thesis entitled "Autour de la conjecture de parité" at 15:30 (my understanding of the French System is that this basically means that he will be giving a seminar on his work which we would be welcome to attend).
This page is maintained by Kevin Buzzard.