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Number Theory and Representation Theory
A conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Benedict Gross.
June 2- June 5, 2010Place: Science Center, Lecture Hall C, Harvard University.
Dates: June 2-June 5, 2010.
Organizers: Henri Darmon, Noam Elkies, David Ellwood, Wee Teck Gan, Dorian Goldfeld, Richard Taylor, Shou-Wu Zhang.
Sponsors: Clay Mathematics Institute, Peter Kwok, Number Theory Foundation, Columbia University Mathematics Department, Harvard Mathematics Department, NSF.
Program[PDF] Notes of Panel on Open Problems [PDF]
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Panelists: Jordan Ellenberg, David Kazhdan, Barry Mazur, Sophie Morel, Fernando Rodriguez-Villegas
Participants: Mahdi Asgari, Bryan Birch, Armand Brumer, Joe Buhler, Frank Calegary, Peter Cameron, Brian Conrad, Keith Conrad, Phillipe Cassou-Nogues, Pierrette Cassou-Nogues, Ehud De-Shalit, David Dorman, Neil Dummigan, Jordan Ellenberg, Matthew Emerton, Jean-Marc Fontaine, Masaaki Furusawa, Eyal Goren, Stanley Gurak, Thomas Hagedorn, Farshid Hajir, Bruno Harris, David Helm, Atsushi Ichino, Herve Jacquet, David Kazhdan, Kevin Keating, Kamal Khuri-Makdisi, Abhinav Kumar, Kai-Wen Lan, Josh Lansky, Mark Lucianovic, Robert Pollack, Jonathan Pottharst, Loke Hung Yean, Stephen Miller, Chung-Pang Mok, Kazuki Morimoto, Ian Morrison, C.J. Mozzochi, Bao Chau Ngo, Amilcar Pacheco, David Pollack, Bjorn Poonen, Alex Popa, Cristian Popescu, Rachel Pries, Gopal Prasad, Hourong Qin, A. Raghuram, Ken Ribet, David Roberts, Fernando Rodriguez-Villegas, Karl Rubin, René Schoof, Jean-Pierre Serre, Sug Woo Shin, Harold Stark, Glenn Stevens, Shuichiro Takeda, Valerio Talamanca, Ramin Takloo-Bighash, Yuri Tschinkel, Gerard van der Geer, John Voight, Nolan Wallach, Lawrence Washington, Martin Weissman, Thomas Wright, Tonghai Yang,
Reception An informal drinks reception will be held in the Queen's Head Pub
at 5pm on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010.
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Dinner: There will be a dinner on the evening of June 4th, 2010 at the Harvard faculty club.
Accommodation: We are expecting hotel accommodation in the Cambridge area to be expensive and possibly in short supply at the time of the conference, so we urge participants to make arrangements as early as possible. Below is a list of hotels near Harvard. We have blocked a few rooms at the Harvard Square Hotel at a rate of $191 per night (tax included). If you would like to request one of these rooms please email firstname.lastname@example.org.