May 19 -- May 23, 2008, at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
Supported participants Supported participants should pick up a package of forms from the front of the room,
fill in the forms, and return them to Sylvia Mejia (room 911).
She is available in the morning break (10:30 -- 11),
during the lunch break from 12--1, and again during the afternoon
- Please have your forms filled out before you see Sylvia.
- It is particularly important for visa holders to go and see Sylvia
since she needs to make copies of your visa and passport documents.
A password for wireless access will be announced at the first lecture (it change
s on Sunday night, so was not available at the time of this printing).
The library is on the 12th floor of the Courant Institute.
There are plenty of nice restaurants, coffeeshops, etc. within walking distance.Please ask any local for recommendations!
This conference will focus on aspects of analytic number theory related
to Lie groups, especially in higher rank, as well as the analytic theory of automorphic forms. This includes:
- Analytic theory of L-functions on GL(2) and higher rank groups,
e.g. nonvanishing and subconvexity questions;
- Analytic aspects of the trace and relative trace formula, e.g.
absolute convergence, Weyl's law;
- Analytic theory of multiple Dirichlet series and relations
to higher rank Eisenstein series;
- Equidistribution and dynamics on homogeneous spaces, and arithmetic applications, e.g. Duke's theorem on uniform distribution of CM points.
- Prehomogeneous vector spaces and applications to arithmetic,
e.g. enumeration of number fields of low degree.
There will be two instructional courses, by P. Michel (EPFL Lausanne)
and S. Miller (Rutgers). These courses are aimed at graduate students.
There will also be several research lectures.
P. MICHEL (EPFL Lausanne)
Distribution of CM points, subconvexity, and
S. MILLER (Rutgers)
Automorphic distributions and analytic properties
Interested participants should register by sending their name, mailing address, position
and affiliation to email@example.com.
M. BHARGAVA (Princeton)
D. BUMP (Stanford)
J. CHEN (Harvard)
W. DUKE (UCLA)
W. GAN (UCSD)
D. GOLDFELD (Columbia)
H. IWANIEC (Rutgers)
E. LAPID (Hebrew University)
E. LINDENSTRAUSS (Princeton)
A. REZNIKOV (Bar-Ilan)
P. SARNAK (Princeton)
C. SKINNER (Princeton)
A. VENKATESH (NYU)
We expect to have funding available for graduate students and young researchers to defray
accomodation costs; because of limited funding, we ask that you try as far as possible
to obtain support from other sources. especially for travel.
Please be sure to fly a U.S. air carrier if you are being reimbursed for travel.
To apply, please send a CV and a short statement of your research interests to firstname.lastname@example.org and request
an advisor/mentor to send a letter of recommendation to this address.
Organizing Committee: D. Goldfeld (Columbia), S. Miller (Rutgers),
A. Venkatesh (NYU).
Sponsored by the NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION.