PARTICIPANTS WHO ALREADY REGISTERED FOR SMR 3175 ARE NOT REQUESTED TO REGISTER AGAIN.
ONLY NEW ARRIVALS SHOULD REGISTER AS PER PROCEDURES BELOW:
Visitors accommodated in the ICTP Guest Houses:
Registration will be done upon check-in at the Guest House reception desk.
AFTER REGISTRATION, visitors receiving financial support from the ICTP, should go to the Operations & Travel Unit office at the Enrico Fermi Building, first floor. Please make sure you check Operations office working hours.
Visitors NOT accommodated in the ICTP Guest Houses, Lecturers and Speakers:
Please register with the Secretariat in office no. 1 at the
Adriatico Guest House, lower level 1
Associateship/Federation scheme Visitors should register at the
Leonardo Building, first floor, rooms 112 / 114 / 118
Upon your arrival, please make sure to pick up your Conference Folder
in your mailbox at the Adriatico Guest House, lower level 1.
Hyperelliptic curves are a fundamental class of polynomial equations, that are rapidly becoming a major topic in number theory. Demands for the theory are coming both from within pure mathematics (such as the pioneering work or Bhargava and his collaborators, and the Langlands programme, which needs a supply of high-dimensional Galois representations), as well as from areas bordering to theoretical physics (via hypergeometric motives) and from cryptography, where one of the main methods for modern data encryption is based on hyperelliptic curves. The workshop will focus on the most recent developments in the arithmetic of hyperelliptic curves, including the above mentioned four topics, point counting techniques, distribution of locally soluble curves, hypergeometric motives, generalisations of Chabauty's method, Selmer ranks of Jacobians, etc.
workshop participants are welcome to attend project presentations
|Speaker:||Fernando Rodriguez Villegas (ICTP, Italy)|
Offered by University of Bristol, UK
|Speaker:||Raymond van Bommel|
|Speaker:||Fernando Rodriguez Villegas|