This, the 14th in a series of workshops in Alpbach, will feature minicourses given by world class researchers and invited talks by younger researchers, covering topics in arithmetic geometry related to Galois representations and heights. The emphasis includes not only deep theoretical developments, but also applications of a more concrete/computational nature. Minicourses presenting a broad overview of these topics, delivered by top international experts, will be complemented by invited talks highlighting recent progress.
Joseph Ayoub (U. Zurich)
Reda Boumasmoud (IMJ-PRG)
Baptiste Depouilly (ETH Zurich)
Gabriel Dill (Oxford)
Marta Dujella (U. Basel)
Clemens Fuchs (U. Salzburg)
Ziyang Gao (IMJ-PRG)
Tim Gehrunger (ETH Zurich)
Philipp Habegger (U. Basel)
Emil Jacobsen (U. Zurich)
Andrew Kresch (U. Zurich)
Lars Kühne (U. Copenhagen)
Denis Levchenko (U. Zurich)
Lorenzo Mantovani (U. Zurich)
Alberto Merici (U. Zurich)
Nicolas Müller (ETH Zurich)
Richard Pink (ETH Zurich)
Gerold Schefer (U. Basel)
Felix Sefzig (ETH Zurich)
Wojtek Wawrow (London SGNT)
Gisbert Wüstholz (ETH Zurich)
The participants consist of PhD students and postdocs in arithmetic and geometry from Zurich as well as colleagues from Basel, Moscow and Salzburg among others.
Jean-Benoit Bost and Francois Charles: Infinite-dimensional geometry of numbers and Diophantine applications
David Loeffler and Sarah Zerbes: Euler systems and the Bloch-Kato conjecture
The program will start on Sunday evening, the first talk is scheduled for 17:15-18:45. The detailed program (including abstracts) will be announced here;
it will include confirmed minicourses by Jean-Benoit Bost and Francois Charles and by David Loeffler and Sarah Zerbes.
|Sunday, 05.09.2021 (Arrival day)|
Possible afternoon program: Informal discussion, excursions, hiking tours.
|Friday, 10.09.2021: TBA|
09:00 - 10:30: Minicourse lecture
10:30 - 11:00: Coffee break
11:00 - 12:30: Minicourse lecture
13:45 - 15:15: Minicourse lecture
15:15 - 18:00: Time for informal discussion
13:45 - 14:45: Invited talk
15:00 - 16:00: Invited talk
16:00 - 18:00: Time for informal discussion
Lecture Notes and Literature:
Further references will be announced here.