Scientific General Events
Equivariant Lefschetz invariants via analysis
The mathematical community is recognizing that besides being a valuable numerical and experimental tool, computation is an important object of mathematical study in its own right and an important theoretical tool as well as a source of new and exciting problems for mathematics. The objective of this workshop is to address the opportunity to further the development of the relationship between number theory, experimentation, and computation and to shape the mathematical framework in which the intellectual content of this relationship is studied. We will concentrate our workshop in the areas of the arithmetic of curves over number fields, special values of L–series, diophantine equations, the LLL algorithm, Mahler measure, irreducibility and related problems.
The Alberta Topology Seminar (ATS) retreat will be held at the Goldeye resort outside Nordegg, AB.