Capital Number Theory


8–9 April 2016


John Dedman Buildling #27, Room G035
The Australian National University, Canberra


 Timothy Trudgian

This conference, with an emphasis on talks by students and early-career researchers, aims at being the annual autumn meeting for the Australian number theory community. We will bring together Australian number theorists and two international experts: Roger Heath-Brown and Olivier Ramaré.

The conference theme is the intersection of number theory with computation, broadly interpreted. Often a problem can be attacked in (at least) two different ways using different methods: for example, analytic methods for “large” cases and sophisticated computation for “small” cases. This enables a wide class of mathematicians to contribute to the problem. Our hope is that this conference will encourage collaboration between people with different interests. Event Program (PDF, 77KB)

Invited Speakers

  • Richard Brent, University of Newcastle*
  • Kirsty Chalker, Australian National University
  • Amy Glen, Murdoch University
  • David Harvey, UNSW
  • Roger Heath-Brown, University of Oxford
  • Morgan Hunter, Australian National University
  • Shahrina Ismail, University of Queensland
  • Judy-anne Osborne*, University of Newcastle
  • Olivier Ramaré, Université Lille I
  • Paul Vrbik, University of Newcastle
  • Ole Warnaar, University of Queensland
  • Wadim Zudilin, University of Newcastle

*To be confirmed 

Organising committee

  • Tim Trudgian, ANU 
  • Mumtaz Hussain, Newcastle



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