Midwest Number Theory Conference
Midwest Number Theory Day - October 12
1. William Banks (University of Missouri)
2. Jordan Ellenberg (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
3. Amanda Folsom (Yale)
4. Jayce Getz (Duke)
5. Paul Pollack (University of British Columbia)
6. Ae Ja Yee (Pennsylvania State University)
Number Theory Day Schedule (Oct 12)
MNTCG Schedule (Oct 13-14)
Midwest Number Theory Conference for Graduate Students - October 13-14
The Midwest Number Theory Conference for Graduate Students and Recent PhDs gives graduate students and recent PhDs an opportunity to meet and give talks in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. This is the ninth year for the conference. Talks by graduate students and recent PhDs in all areas of number theory are welcome. We encourage graduate students at all levels to attend. [Download a copy of the poster]
Registration and Financial Support
Registration is required to attend the conference: please complete the registration form. We expect to receive funding from theNSF and the Number Theory Foundation. However, only limited funding will be available for participating graduate students and postdocs. We ask that participants carpool to the meeting, if possible, to help us extend our travel budget as far as possible towards fully reimbursing everyone's expenses. If you would like to receive funding please indicate that on the registration form. The deadline for applying for support is September 7, 2012.
LodgingA block of hotel rooms have been reserved at the Illini Union (speakers, family travel) and Hawthorne Suites (students). We will be happy to help participants find lodging, and we will arrange lodging for all graduate students and postdoc funded by us (at two students per room). For room reservation information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for hotel reservations to be made by us is September 7, 2012.
The deadline for requesting a slot for a talk and submitting an abstract is September 21, 2012 (go to registration form).
The University of Illinois is located in Urbana-Champaign. The math department is in Altgeld Hall at the corner of Green and Wright Streets. Champaign-Urbana is serviced by American Airlines, Amtrak and Greyhound.
On weekday evenings and weekends, certain lots are free to the public. On this campus parking map Altgeld Hall is building number 26 (located at D8 on the map). Lots C7 and C10 are parking garages in which you may park for free after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends. Lot C3 is a metered parking lot that can be used, but meters must be fed Monday through Saturday until 9 p.m.
This conference is supported by funding from the Number Theory Foundation and the National Science Foundation.
Contact conference organizers at email@example.com