Number Theory and FRNTC seminar
Department of Mathematics
University of Colorado at Boulder

Meeting time and place:  Thursdays in MATH 220. 

Schedule for Spring Semester 2007

Date Speaker Title (Click on title for abstract, if available) Time
March 7 Stephen Miller
Analytic Continuation of L-functions through Distributions   3 pm  
Mar 15 Erika Frugoni
Expository talk on Lubin-Tate Theory   4 pm  
Mar 22 FRNTC at CSU: Ed Burger
Diophantine Approximation Along Algebraic Curves  4 pm  
Mar 22 FRNTC at CSU: Amelia Taylor
Fun With Initial Ideals: the Inverse Problem in Grobner Basis Theory   5 pm  
Apr 5 Cameron Stewart
Neighbouring Powers  4 pm  
Apr 19 Nils Bruin
Fake 2-descent on the Jacobian of a genus-3 curve   4 pm  
April 26 FRNTC at CU: Alina Cojocaru
  4 pm  
Apr 26 FRNTC at CU: Jing Long Hoelscher
  5 pm  

The Front Range Number Theory Colloquium (FRNTC) is a joint seminar between the mathematics departments at
the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU), Colorado State University (CSU), and the University of Wyoming (UW).
Talks at CSU are in Weber 117.