January and February and it´s destined for active mathematicians whose degree is equivalent to Ph. D. The main goals of this event are: completion of research papers, participation in seminars, taking advantage of IMPA´s scientific environment by researches from other institutions and development of the scientific exchange among mathematicians from Brazil and other countries.
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The aim of this is school to introduce the participants to the arithmetic and computational aspects of the theory of elliptic curves. Elliptic curves lie at the crossroads of algebra, analysis, geometry and arithmetic. Vito Volterra, in his lecture for the opening of Rice University in 1912 said
The history of elliptic functions is well know. It has been written many times, perhaps because is the most interesting part of the history of mathematics. We pass from surprise to surprise in passing from one step, which we believe to be the most important of its development, to another which brings forth new discoveries new surprises In the last hundred years the theory of elliptic curves has continued to develop following exactly the pattern described by Vito Volterra. This school will provide interested students, from Uruguay and neighboring countries, with the opportunity to get an introduction to the theoretical as well as computational side to several aspect of the theory of elliptic curves.
AWS 2019 will be held March 2-6, 2019 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.
Please refer to University of Arizona academic calendars for the tentative dates of future Winter Schools. (The AWS begins on the first day of the University of Arizona's Spring Recess in any given year.)
- Click here to register. Registration is open to all, and is required if you are planning to attend. The deadline to apply for funding is November 21, 2018. The deadline to register is December 9, 2018.
- Organizers: Kiran Kedlaya, Hang Xue, and David Zureick-Brown (main program), with Alina Bucur, Bryden Cais, and Mirela Ciperiani.
- Supported by the National Science Foundation, the University of Arizona Department of Mathematics and College of Science, and organized in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute.
Michael Hopkins: Lubin-Tate spaces: old and new questions
Jacob Lurie: Tamagawa numbers in the function field case
Matthew Morrow: Topological Hochschild homology in arithmetic geometry
Kirsten Wickelgren: 𝔸1-enumerative geometry
Vesna Stojanoska: Formal groups and cohomology theories
Inna Zakharevich: The geometry of algebra and the algebra of geometry: model categories, infinity categories and spectra
Equações, como números, nem sempre podem ser divididas em elementos mais simples. Pesquisadores já provaram que tais equações “primas” se tornam onipresentes à medida que as equações se tornam "maiores".
Carolina Araújo (IMPA), falou à Quanta Magazine sobre sua jornada como uma das líderes no movimento mundial de mulheres na matemática.
Matemático, que deu grandes contribuições para a Geometria e Topologia, faleceu na última sexta-feira (11 de janeiro de 2019).