Conferences in Arithmetic Geometry
This is a list of upcoming conferences in arithmetic geometry (broadly construed); please help me keep this current. (To prevent spam, one cannot autogenerate login accounts on the wiki; email me with a proposed username to receive a password.) An ideal complete entry includes a conference title, location, dates, and a web site, but incomplete entries (including responsibly sourced rumors!) can also be useful. I sort events primarily by start date, secondarily by end date; the date "January" comes between December 31 and January 1. Past conferences are periodically swept onto the separate list of past conferences.
Here are some other conference lists, with overlapping but distinct areas of focus. (I admit to swiping listings from all of these sources; the converse is encouraged!)
- Number Theory Web conferences page: more number theory, less algebraic geometry.
- Ravi Vakil's conference page: more algebraic geometry, less number theory.
- Teruyoshi Yoshida's home page (see Events, at the bottom of the page): similar to this page, but with a bit more representation theory.
- Arun Ram's conference page: pretty broad, but centered on combinatorial representation theory.
- Sarah Whitehouse's conference page: topology. See also AlgTop-Conf and the Topology Atlas.
- Sage wiki: Sage computer algebra development conferences (on various themes).
- IACR: cryptology.
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2015
As in the previous lists, I have separated off long programs (two months or longer).
- Number theory, from Arithmetic statistics to Zeta elements, fall 2014-spring 2015, CRM, Montréal
- Thematic Program on Algebraic Geometry, April 1-June 30, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro
- Computational aspects of the Langlands program, September 9-December 4, ICERM, Providence
And now for the regular conference list.
- Winter Meeting on Bruhat-Tits buildings, January 6-9, Imperial College, London
- Atelier PARI/GP 2015, January 12-16, Bordeaux
- Doctoral course: Introduction to Artin approximation and the geometry of power series spaces, January 26-30, CIRM, Luminy
- Simons Symposium: Non-Archimedean and Tropical Geometry, February 1-7, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
- Zariski-Dense Subgroups, February 9-13, IPAM, Los Angeles
- Workshop on Galois Representations, February 11-13, Heidelberg
- Southern California Number Theory Day, February 14, UC San Diego
- Regulators, Mahler measures, and special values of L-functions, February 16-20, CRM, Montréal
- Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium, February 28-March 1, UC Davis
- Automorphic Forms Workshop, March 2-5, U. Michigan
- Jacquet-Langlands correspondence, March 2-6, CIRM, Luminy
- Constructive Methods in Number Theory, March 2-6, Bonn
- Chow groups, motives, and derived categories, March 9-13, IAS, Princeton
- p-adic methods in the theory of classical automorphic forms, March 9-14, CRM, Montréal
- AMS Central Spring Sectional, special session on Arithmetic of Hyperelliptic Curves, March 14-15, East Lansing, Michigan
- Arizona Winter School: Arithmetic and Higher-Dimensional Varieties, March 14-18, Tucson
- AGNES, March 20-22, Boston College
- Artin approximation and infinite dimensional geometry, March 23-27, CIRM, Luminy
- Spring School on p-adic Arithmetic, March 23-27, Essen
- LMFDB workshop on genus 2 curves, March 23-27, University College, Dublin
- Elliptic Curves, Modular Forms and Iwasawa Theory (John Coates 70th), March 25-27, Cambridge
- Recent trends in p-adic cohomology, March 25-27, Imperial College, London
- The Kudla programme, April 6-10, CRM, Montréal
- Upstate Number Theory Conference, April 10-12, Cornell University
- Student Tropical Algebraic Geometry Symposium 2015, April 17-19, Brown U., Providence
- Southern California Number Theory Day, April 18, Caltech
- Mathematics of Lattices and Cybersecurity, April 21-24, ICERM, Providence
- BC-Northeastern Algebraic Geometry Seminar, April 25, Northeastern U., Boston
- Arithmetic and algebraic differentiation: Witt vectors, number theory and differential algebra (Alexandru Buium 60th), May 6-10, Berkeley
- Cryptography Day at UCI, May 13, UC Irvine
- Number Theory Days, May 15-16, EPFL, Lausanne
- Analytic Aspects of Number Theory, May 18-22, ETH, Zurich
- Pacific Northwest Number Theory Conference, May 16-17, Eugene (Oregon)
- Arithmetic, Geometry, Cryptography, and Coding Theory, May 18-22, CIRM, Luminy
- Zeta Functions -- New Theory and Computations, May 18-22, Greensboro
- Southern California Number Theory Day (John Tate 90th), May 23, UC San Diego
- Chicago Number Theory Day, May 23, UIC, Chicago
- Sage Days, May 23-27, San Diego
- Algebraic Varieties and their Moduli, May 25-June 5, Pisa
- Rational Points, May 25-29, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro
- p-adic methods in number theory (Robert Coleman memorial), May 26-30, Berkeley
- Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory, May 30-31, Reed College, Portland (Oregon)
- Non-archimedean geometry and its applications, June 1-5, Ann Arbor
- Géométrie Algébrique en Liberté (GAeL) XXIII, June 1-5, Leuven
- Arithmetic and other mathematics (Joseph Oesterlé), June 2-3, IHP, Paris
- Journées arithmétiques à Lyon, June 10-12, Lyon
- Grothendieck 2015, June 15-19, Montpellier
- Frontiers in Serre's Modularity Conjecture: Torsion and Low Weights, June 15-19, Luxembourg
- Around Langlands correspondences, June 17-20, Paris
- Arithmetic geometry, representation theory and applications, June 22-26, CIRM, Luminy
- Number Theory and Physics, June 22-26, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro
- Function fields, zeta functions and Drinfeld modular forms (David Goss), June 22-26, Imperial College, London
- Quantitative arithmetic geometry, June 22-26, Inst. Mittag-Leffler, Stockholm
- Rational Points 2015, June 28-July 5, Schloss Schney
- Explicit Methods in Number Theory, July 5-11, Oberwolfach
- Journées Arithmétiques, July 6-10, Debrecen
- Graduate student BOOTCAMP for the 2015 Algebraic Geometry Summer Research Institute, July 6-10, Univ. of Utah
- 2015 AMS Algebraic Geometry Summer Research Institute, July 12-31, Univ. of Utah
- Iwasawa 2015, July 13-17, King's College, London
- Lluís Santaló Summer School 2015,"Number theory and arithmetic geometry", July 13-17, Santander
- French-German Summer School: Galois Theory and Number Theory, July 18-24, Konstanz
- Pan Asian Number Theory, July 20-24, Tsinghua U.
- Computational representation theory in number theory (LMFDB workshop), July 27-31, Oregon State U., Corvallis
- Third Bucharest Number Theory Day, August 3, Bucharest
- SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, August 3-7, KAIST, Taejeon
- Students' Workshop on Tropical and Non-Archimedean Geometry, August 3-7, Regensburg
- Silvermania, August 11-15, Brown
- Illinois Number Theory Conference, August 13-14, Champaign-Urbana
- Lifting problems and Galois theory, August 16-21, BIRS, Banff
- Arithmetic of Euler Systems, August 22-30, Benasque
- Reductions of Shimura Varieties, August 23-29, Oberwolfach
- Non-archimedean analytic geometry: theory and practice, August 24-28, Papeete
- Mathematics of Cryptography, August 31-September 3, UC Irvine
- Computational Aspects of Algebraic Geometry, Automorphic Forms, and Number Theory, August 31-September 4, Tsinghua U.
- Summer school 2015: On perfectoid spaces, August 31-September 5, Bressanone (Brixen)
- Sage Days: Women in Sage, September 4-8, San Diego
- Analytic Number Theory and Diophantine Geometry, September 7-11, Hannover
- Boston University/Keio University Workshop, September 8-12, Boston U.
- PAlmetto Number Theory Series XXIV, September 12-13, Emory U., Atlanta
- The use of linear algebraic groups in geometry and number theory, September 13-18, BIRS, Banff
- D-modules and singularities, September 14-16, Padova
- p-adic Hodge theory and Iwasawa theory, September 14-18, Bielefeld
- LMS-CMI Summer School on Diophantine Equations, September 15-19, Hay-on-Wye, Wales
- Algebraic geometry (Arthur Ogus 70th), September 23-25, IHES, Bures-sur-Yvette
- ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography), September 23-25 (summer school), September 28-30 (workshop), Bordeaux
- Motives and Automorphic Forms, September 28-October 2, Oxford
- Modular forms and curves of low genus: computational aspects, September 28-October 2, ICERM, Providence
- Local-Global Principles and Their Obstructions, October 1-3, U. Penn., Philadelphia
- AGNES, October 2-4, Brown U., Providence
- The geometry, algebra and analysis of algebraic numbers, October 4-9, BIRS, Banff
- Young Women in Algebraic Geometry, October 5-7, Bonn
- Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium, October 17-18, U. Washington, Seattle
- Explicit methods for modularity of K3 surfaces and other higher weight motives, October 19-23, ICERM, Providence
- AMS Special Session: Recent Advances in Number Theory, October 24-25, CSU Fullerton
- Computational aspects of L-functions, November 9-13, ICERM, Providence
- Moduli Spaces and Arithmetic Geometry (Frans Oort 80th), November 9-13, Lorentz Center, Leiden
- K3 surfaces and related topics, November 16-20, KIAS, Seoul
- The IUT theory of Shinichi Mochizuki, December 7-11, Oxford
- Algebraic Geometry, December 10-16, ISI, Bengaluru
- Non-Archimedean Geometry and Applications, December 13-19, Oberwolfach
2016
As in previous years, I have separated off long programs (two months or longer).
- Complex, p-adic, and logarithmic Hodge theory and their applications, March 6-April 29, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook
And here is the regular conference list.
- AMS-MAA Joint Meetings: special sessions on Arithmetic Dynamics, Higher Genus Curves, Number Theory and Cryptography, January 6-9, Seattle
- Lattices and Applications in Number Theory, January 17-23, MFO, Oberwolfach
- Algebraic Geometry for Coding Theory and Cryptography, February 22-26, IPAM, Los Angeles
- Integral p-adic Hodge theory, February 29-March 4, Bonn (all tentative)
- Arizona Winter School, March 12-16 (projected dates), Tucson
- Sage Days, March 20-24, Oxford
- 2016 British Mathematical Colloquium (number theory special session), March 21-24, Bristol
- Dynamics and Graphs over Finite Fields: Algebraic, Number Theoretic and Algorithmic Aspects, March 28-April 1, CIRM, Luminy
- Algebraisation and Geometrisation in the Langlands Program, March 29-April 1, Bristol
- Explicit Methods in Number Theory (John Cremona 60th), April 4-8, Warwick
- Diophantische Approximationen, April 10-16, MFO, Oberwolfach
- Moduli spaces and Modular forms, April 24-30, MFO, Oberwolfach
- Algebraic, Tropical, and Nonarchimedean Analytic Geometry of Moduli Spaces, May 1-6, Oaxaca
- The Galois theory of orbits in arithmetic dynamics, May 16-20, AIM, San Jose
- Number theory and physics, May 23-25, IHP, Paris
- Relative Trace Formula, Periods, L-functions and Harmonic Analysis, May 23-27, CIRM, Luminy
- L-functions and arithmetic (Karl Rubin 60th), June 13-16, Harvard
- Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA XIV), June 16-18 (graduate summer school), June 20-24 (conference; special session on Richard Guy 100th), U. Calgary
- New Directions in Iwasawa Theory, June 26-July 1, Banff
- Algebraic K-theory and Motivic Cohomology, June 26-July 2, MFO, Oberwolfach
- TBA (work of Mochizuki), July (dates TBA), RIMS, Kyoto
- Whittaker Functions: Number Theory, Geometry and Physics, July 24-29, Banff
- Arithmetic Geometry, August 7-13, MFO, Oberwolfach
- Arithmetic Geometry, August 14-20 (dates tentative), Banach Center, Będlewo
- Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS XII), August 29-September 2, Kaiserslautern
- Higher dimensional algebraic geometry and characteristic p, September 12-16, CIRM, Luminy
- Women in Numbers Europe-2, September 25-October 2, Şirince
- Definability and Decidability Problems in Number Theory, October 23-29, MFO, Oberwolfach
- Analytic Number Theory, November 6-12, MFO, Oberwolfach
2017
As in previous years, I have separated off long programs (two months or longer).
- Analytic number theory, January 17-May 26, MSRI, Berkeley
And now, the regular conference list.
- p-adic analytic geometry and differential equations, March 27-31, CIRM, Luminy
- Hodge theory, Stokes phenomenon, and applications, April 10-14, CIRM, Luminy
- Arithmetic, Geometry, Cryptography, and Coding Theory, June 19-23, CIRM, Luminy
2018
As in the previous lists, I plan to separate off long programs (two months or longer). But for now, only this listing.
- International Congress of Mathematicians, August 8-15 (satellite conferences expected), Rio de Janeiro