University of Oxford
Organizers: Tim Browning (ISTA), James Maynard (Oxford), Timothy Trudgian (UNSW)
The subject of analytic number theory, and all of its applications and interactions, has undergone an explosion of activity in the last decade. Many important classical questions have seen spectacular advances based on new techniques, and methods developed in analytic number theory have had striking impacts in other fields.
This workshop is organized in honor of Roger Heath-Brown’s 70th birthday, and will bring together leading experts in analytic number theory and its interfaces with additive combinatorics, arithmetic statistics and Diophantine geometry.
Speakers: Brian Conrey (AIM), Alexandra Florea (Irvine), Andrew Granville (Montreal), Ben Green (Oxford), Henryk Iwaniec (Rutgers), Jon Keating (Oxford), Emmanuel Kowalski (ETH), Kaisa Matomäki (Turku), Lillian Pierce (Duke), Maksym Radziwill (UT Austin), Per Salberger (Chalmers), Damaris Schindler (Göttingen), K. Soundararajan (Stanford), Terry Tao (UCLA), Trevor Wooley (Purdue)
Registration: Registration is free but required; please email Naomi Kraker, providing the name of your institution. Students please also include a brief letter of reference from your supervisor.
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