Alberta Number Theory Days VIII

  • Start Date: 04/15/2016
  • End Date: 04/17/2016

Banff International Research Station (BIRS), Banff



Number theory is a broad and central area of research with many connections and applications to other areas of mathematics and science. The subject may be divided into several subdisciplines that range from pure mathematics, such as algebraic number theory, arithmetic geometry, analytic number theory, and automorphic forms and representation theory, to more applied areas such as computational number theory, cryptography, and mathematical physics. All these fields are represented among the Albertan number theorists from Calgary, Edmonton, or Lethbridge.


The annual Alberta Number Theory Days provide a unique venue for these researchers, their students, and their visitors for face to face discussion of ideas and for facilitating collaborations. New connections are made and old associations are renewed. The workshop also allows for the exchange of knowledge, which will improve the progress of current projects.

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A schedule, including speakers and abstracts, can be found on the conference website.



Habiba Kadiri (University of Lethbridge)


Anna Puskás (University of Alberta)

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Full scientific report available here.