Conference on Automorphic Forms: Concepts, Techniques, Applications and Influence

April 4, 2001 - April 7, 2001

 
 
Location Institute for Advanced Study
Einstein Drive
Princeton, New Jersey
Scientific
Organizers
Vladimir Drinfeld (University of Chicago), Robert Langlands (IAS), Peter Sarnak (Princeton University/IAS), and
Andrew Wiles (Princeton University/IAS)
   
Speakers James Arthur (University of Toronto/IAS), Alexander Beilinson (Chicago),
William Duke (UCLA), Dennis Gaitsgory (Harvard), Thomas Hales (Michigan),
Henryk Iwaniec (Rutgers),Laurent Lafforgue (IHES), Gérard Laumon (University of Paris),
Robert MacPherson (IAS), Colette Moeglin (University of Paris), Freydoon Shahidi (Purdue),
Christopher Skinner (University of Michigan), Richard Taylor (Harvard),
Andrew Wiles (Princeton University/IAS),
  In addition to the speakers and to those mathematicians who will in any case be in residence at the
Institute for Advanced Study during the conference (see appropriate page on this web-site), there
will be a good number of prominent specialists actively participating in the conference. Among them
will be:

B. Gross, M. Harris, H. Jacquet, I. Piatetski-Shapiro, D. Ramakrishnan, Jonathan Rogawski
R. Weissauer.

Agenda

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Support for this conference has been provided by the National Science Foundation. Some funds are available for travel and accommodation for students and young mathematicians attending the conference.

 

 

Date & Time

April 04, 2001 | 12:00am – April 07, 2001 | 12:00am

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