Bretton Woods Workshop on Multiple Dirichlet Series
- A conference on Multiple Dirichlet Series will take place July 11-14,
2005 at the Mount Washington Hotel
in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.
- The aim of this workshop is to explore the modern theory of Dirichlet
series in several complex variables (multiple Dirichlet series)
and to bring together experts in this and allied fields.
- Graduate students are strongly encouraged to apply
for funding to attend this workshop. Please send a vita, a budget
and have one letter of recommendation sent before March 31, 2005 to:
First Workshop on Multiple Dirichlet Series
Providence, RI 02912
Phone: (401) 863-1127
Fax: (401) 863-9013
- Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Though the Workshop formally ends on Thursday, July 14,
participants are invited to remain at the same location for an informal
Working Group on Multiple Dirichlet Series
which will take place from July 14 to July 17. During this period
we will not have regularly scheduled talks, but conference participants
will be encouraged to continue their mathematical interactions and
take advantage of the proximity of so many researchers interested
in the topic of multiple Dirichlet series.
The conference organizers regret that we can not provide funding for
but we encourage individuals with their own funding to use it to remain
for this period.
Proceedings of the workshop will be published by the American Mathematical
Society in the series Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics. All
submissions will be refereed. Information for authors is available
in this letter from the AMS.
We will start at 2 PM on Monday, July 11, and
run through most of the day on July 14. Here is
the Conference Schedule.
Conference Lecture Notes, Links
We will post conference lecture notes that become available here.
- J. Beineke (Western New England College)
- B. Brubaker (Stanford University)
- D. Bump (Stanford University)
- G. Chinta (Lehigh University)
- Y.-J. Choie (POSTECH)
- A. Deitmar (Tuebingen)
- A. Diaconu (CUNY)
- N. Diamantis (Nottingham)
- D. Farmer (AIM)
- S. Frechette (Holy Cross)
- S. Friedberg (Boston College)
- A. Fujii (Rikkyo University, Tokyo)
- D. Goldfeld (Columbia University)
- J. Hoffstein (Brown University)
- M. Huxley (Cardiff University)
- O. Imamoglu (ETH Zurich)
- M. Jutila (University of Turku)
- W. Kohnen (Heidelberg)
- D. Lecomte (Stanford)
- X. Li (Columbia)
- W. Luo (The Ohio State University)
- S. J. Miller (Brown)
- J. Mozzochi
- R. Murty (Queen's University)
- K. Ono (University of Wisconsin)
- J. Sengupta (TIFR)
- K. Soundararajan (University of Michigan)
- M. Thillainatesan (UCLA)
- S. Wong (University of Massachusetts, Amhearst)
- Q. Zhang (Johns Hopkins University)