Andrew Wiles Building
University of Oxford
Organizers: Valentin Blomer (Bonn), Farrell Brumley (Paris Nord), Peter Sarnak (IAS and Princeton)
Image courtesy of Paul Nelson.
This workshop will bring together experts in the theory of automorphic forms and representations on reductive groups, with the aim of highlighting major recent advances and posing challenges for the future. A special emphasis will be given to analytic techniques in higher rank settings, and to interactions with problems of number theoretic significance. Among the topics to be addressed will be subconvex bounds for high degree L-functions, automorphic approaches to equidistribution problems, multiplicity estimates for non-tempered spectra, the Ichino--Ikeda conjecture, and the development of various trace formulae and their applications.
Speakers: Edgar Assing (Bonn), Raphaël Beuzart-Plessis (Aix-Marseille), Farrell Brumley (Paris Nord), Pierre-Henri Chaudouard (Jussieu), Shai Evra (HUJ), Wee Teck Gan (NUS), Mathilde Gerbelli-Gauthier (McGill), Subhajit Jana (QMUL), Amitay Kamber (Cambridge), Erez Lapid (Weizmann), Simon Marshall (Wisconsin), Jasmin Matz (Copenhagen), Werner Müller (Bonn), Paul Nelson (Aarhus), Ian Petrow (UCL), Abhishek Saha (QMUL), Jesse Thorner (Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Participation in the workshop is by invitation, but a limited number of additional places is available. To register for the Clay Research Conference or to register interest in a workshop, please email Naomi Kraker, providing the name of your institution and stating which workshop you wish to attend. Students please also provide a letter of reference from your supervisor.
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