Past Itinerary
In case you're wondering where I've been, rather than where I'm going, here are some past excerpts of my itinerary. Warning: some of these have been reconstructed after the fact, so may not be complete. Also, links are not guaranteed to work, and I don't promise to fix any of them.1999
January 7-9 | In Princeton, NJ for the Andre Weil memorial conference at the Institute for Advanced Study. |
January 11-15 | In San Antonio, TX for the AMS-MAA Joint Meetings. Gave a talk January 15. |
January 15-17 | Back in Cambridge, MA for the MIT Mystery Hunt, which my team (Setec Astronomy) won. This meant that we were responsible for writing the next hunt (see January 2000). |
February 21 | In Washington, DC for an IMO 2001 executive committee meeting. |
March 12-18 | In Tucson, AZ for the Arizona Winter School. |
May 5-8 | In Lincoln, NE for the USA Math Olympiad grading session. |
End of May sometime | In Washington, DC for the USA Math Olympiad award ceremony. |
June 29-July 14 | In Bucharest, Romania as the USA deputy team leader at the 1999 International Math Olympiad. |
July 14-18? | In Big Sky, MT for the National Puzzlers League annual convention. |
fall semester | Teaching recitation for 18.02 (multivariable calculus). Bleah. |
2000
Sorry, I haven't found my records for 2000 yet, so all I have is what I can remember off the top of my head.mid-January | My team staged the MIT Mystery Hunt. That should have taught us a lesson, but see January 2001. |
March 10-12 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Stamford, CT. |
April 21 | Defended my dissertation. Whew! |
early June | Received my PhD at MIT Commencement. |
slightly later in June | In Washington, DC for the USA Math Olympiad awards, then in Lincoln, NE visiting the Math Olympiad (Summer) Program. |
mid-July | In San Francisco, CA for the National Puzzlers League convention (and looking for housing for the fall). |
mid-August | Moved to Berkeley, CA to start my NSF postdoctoral fellowship. Spent the fall semester visiting MSRI during their program in Algorithmic Number Theory. |
sometime in October | At University of Southern California giving a colloquium. |
mid-December | At University of San Diego for the Western Number Theory Conference. |
late December | As always, visiting my parents in Maryland over the holidays. |
2001
mid-January | At the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge, where my team (Setec Astronomy) won for the second time. Oops! (The winning team writes the next Hunt.) |
March 9-14 | In Tucson, AZ for the Arizona Winter School in Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry. |
March 15-18 | In Stamford, CT for the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. |
April 4-7 | In Princeton, NJ, for a conference on Automorphic Forms at the Institute for Advanced Study. |
May 10-13 | In Lincoln, NE to grade the USA Mathematical Olympiad. |
June 3-4 | In Washington, DC for the USA Mathematical Olympiad awards. |
June 5-10 | In Boston, MA for my fifth class reunion at Harvard. |
June 11-18 | In Padua, Italy, for a conference in honor of Bernard Dwork. |
June 18-22 | In Paris, France, for a conference in honor of Michel Raynaud. |
July 1-13 | In Washington, DC for the 2001 International Mathematical Olympiad. |
July 14-15 | In Newark, NJ for the National Puzzlers League convention. |
July 31-August 17 | Visiting Princeton. |
September 22 | The 32nd semiannual Bay Area Equinox word games party. Ask me for details. |
October 31-November 4 | At the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the Midwest Arithmetical Geometry in Cryptography workshop. |
December 10-14 | At the workshop on the Gross-Zagier formula at MSRI. |
December 16-20 | At the Western Number Theory Conference at Asilomar (Monterey). |
December 23-29 | Visiting my parents in Maryland. |
December 30-January 1 | In Boston for New Year's (and to work on the MIT Mystery Hunt). |
2002
January 6-9 | At the AMS-MAA Joint Meetings in San Diego. |
January 10-16 | At the introductory workshop for the stacks seminar at MSRI. |
January 18-21 | At the MIT Mystery Hunt, which my team presented this year. |
March 2 | A San Francisco miniconvention of the National Puzzlers League. |
March 3 | Grading the Bay Area Math Olympiad at the University of San Francisco. |
March 9-13 | In Tucson for the Arizona Winter School. |
March 14-17 | In Stamford, CT for the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. |
March 23 | A San Francisco Bay area Equinox word games party, held at the Finnish Brotherhood Hall in Berkeley. |
March 24-30 | On the East Coast for spring break. Giving talks at Columbia on March 25, Princeton on March 26, Penn State on March 28, and George Washington on March 29. (Whew!) |
April 17 (tentative) | Visiting the University of Utah to give a number theory seminar. |
May 2-5 | In Boston for the centralized USA Mathematical Olympiad. |
May 14-18 | In Maryland visiting my family. Giving a talk at U. Maryland May 15. |
May 19-25 | In Montreal for the Canadian Number Theory Association meeting. For once, not giving a talk. |
May 26-June 6 | Visiting Pierre Berthelot and Bas Edixhoven at Université de Rennes I. Giving talks May 30 and May 31. |
June 7-11 | Visiting René Schoof at Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata". Giving a talk June 7. |
June 12-16 | In Pisa for the joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Unione Matematica Italiana. Giving a talk June 13. |
June 24-25 | In Washington for the USA Mathematical Olympiad award ceremony, and the final board meeting of IMO 2001 USA, Inc. |
July 1-5 | In Münster for the Symposion at the SFB "Geometrische Strukturen in der Mathematik". Giving a talk July 1. |
July 10-14 | In Vancouver for the National Puzzlers League annual convention. |
July 28-August 6 | Visiting Joe Gallian's REU at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. |
August 26 | Classes resume at Berkeley. I taught two courses: H53 (honors multivariable calculus) and 113 (abstract algebra). |
September 21 | A San Francisco Bay area Equinox word games party, held at the Finnish Brotherhood Hall in Berkeley. This makes life complicated, owing to the next item. |
September 23-25 | Attending the ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography) conference in Essen. Giving a talk September 24. |
September 25-27 | Attending the conference "Ramification en Géométrie et Arithmétique" at Université de Paris XIII (Paris-Nord). Again thankfully, not giving a talk. |
October 26-27 | Attending the AMS sectional meeting in Salt Lake City. |
November 6-7 | Visiting the University of Texas, Austin. Giving a talk November 7. |
November 9-12 | Visiting Chicago. Giving a talk at University of Illinois, Chicago on November 11. |
November 19-23 | The tables are turned! My parents will be visiting on their way back from a trip to India. |
December 7 | Classes end at UC Berkeley. Final exams December 11 and 13. |
December 15-19 | Attending the Western Number Theory Conference at San Francisco State University and/or the workshop on Rational Points on Higher-Dimensional Varieties at the American Institute of Mathematics. |
December 25-January 22, 2003 | In Maryland, visiting my parents, and making some side trips (see 2003 listings). |
2003
December 25, 2002-January 22 | Visiting my parents in Maryland, plus one or two other trips (see below). |
January 8-9 | Visiting the University of Toronto. Giving a talk January 8. |
January 10-11 | Visiting the University of Illinois at Chicago. Giving a talk January 10. |
January 12-14 | Visiting the University of Michigan. Giving a talk January 13. |
January 15-17 | Attending the joint AMS/MAA meeting in Baltimore. Leading a planning meeting January 15 for a USA IMO alumni group and giving a talk January 17 in the session Computational Algebraic and Analytic Geometry for Low-dimensional Varieties. |
January 17-20 | In Cambridge for the MIT Mystery Hunt. |
January 25-28 | Visiting the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Giving a talk January 27. |
February 10-14 | Visiting San Diego. |
March 3-6 | At the conference Computational Aspects of Algebraic Curves and Cryptography at the University of Florida; giving a talk March 3. |
March 7-9 | In Cambridge, MA for a reunion in honor of choral conductor Jameson Marvin's 25th anniversary at Harvard. |
March 14-16 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Stamford, CT. |
March 17-19 | At the second half of the the Arizona Winter School in Tucson. (The first half conflicts with the previous item.) |
March 21-23 | At the Lenstra Truerfeest in Berkeley, except for the next item. |
March 22 | The next Equinox word games party, in Berkeley. |
March 24-28 | At the workshop "Future directions in algorithmic number theory" at the American Institute of Mathematics in Palo Alto, CA. Giving a talk March 27. |
March 30 | Lecturing at the Berkeley Math Circle. |
April 9 | Giving a number theory seminar at Berkeley. I gave a follow-up talk on April 11. |
April 17-18 | Visiting the University of Utah. Giving a colloquium April 17 and a seminar April 18. |
April 19-20 | At Stanford for the return of the Western Algebraic Geometry Seminar. |
April 28 | Giving an algebraic geometry/number theory seminar at Stanford. (Rescheduled from April 25.) |
May 1-3 | In Lincoln, NE for (part of the) USA Math Olympiad grading. (Note conflict with the next item.) |
May 3-4 | At the AMS sectional meeting in San Francisco (except initially due to the conflict with the previous item). Giving a talk May 4 in the special session on "Geometry and Arithmetic Over Finite Fields". |
May 8-9 | At the University of Arizona to give several talks. (But back in time for the next item.) |
May 10 | In San Francisco for Intercoastal Altercations 3. |
May 17-19 | In Seattle; playing in the Microsoft PuzzleHunt May 17 and 18, and visiting the theory group at Microsoft Research (and giving a talk) May 19. |
May 29 | Moving out of my Berkeley apartment for the start of the summer break; please assume I am in Maryland at my parents' house unless otherwise noted. |
June 10-15 | Visiting Paris; giving a talk June 13 at Université de Paris 13. (How appropriate.) |
June 15-27 | In Rennes, France for the Semaine cohomologique in honor of Pierre Berthelot (June 23-27). Giving a talk June 23. |
June 29-30 | In Princeton, NJ for the conference Alternating Sign Matrices, in honor of David Robbins's 60th birthday. |
July 1-5 | Visiting the Math Olympiad Summer Program in Lincoln, NE. |
July 10-13 | In Indianapolis, IN for the National Puzzlers' League annual convention. |
July 13-24 | Visiting Joe Gallian's undergraduate research program at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. |
August 16-21 | In Banff, Alberta for the PIMS workshop Current trends in arithmetic geometry and number theory. Giving a talk August 20. |
August 25-September 4 | Visiting Boston, which includes the next two items. |
August 26 | New Faculty Orientation at MIT. |
August 31-September 4 | At Harvard for the Unity of Mathematics conference marking I.M. Gelfand's ninetieth birthday. (Whoa.) |
September 8 | Moving to Princeton for a semester-long visit to the Institute for Advanced Study (except as noted below). The semester starts September 21. |
September 15-19 | At the Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik in Bonn, Germany, for the final conference of the European RTN (Research Training Network) in Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry. Giving a talk September 15. |
October 2 | Giving a "Junior Postdoctoral Member Seminar" (brief summary talk) at IAS. |
October 6 | Giving an algebra seminar at the University of Pennsylvania. |
October 13 | Giving a "Members Seminar" (more like a colloquium) at IAS. |
October 21 | Giving an algebraic geometry seminar at Princeton. |
November 5-8 | Attending a workshop at Princeton on the BSD (Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer) conjecture. |
November 20-23 | Visiting Richard Pink in Zürich. Giving a talk at ETH November 21. |
November 23-30 | Visiting Francesco Baldassarri, Bruno Chiarellotto, et al, at the Università degli Studi di Padova. Giving talks November 25 and 26. |
December 11-14 | At a conference at Princeton in honor of Nicholas Katz's 60th birthday. |
December 16-21 | At the conference "Geometric methods in algebra and number theory" at the University of Miami. Giving a talk December 16. |
December 17-21 | The next West Coast Number Theory Conference takes place at Asilomar (near Monterey, CA), but my attendance is sadly precluded by the previous item. |
late December | Moving to Boston, via Maryland so that I can retrieve some items from my parents' house. |
2004
January 1-4 | At the 3rd CICMA-CRM Far Hills Workshop outside Montreal, QC. Giving talks January 2 and 3. |
January 7-10 | At the AMS/MAA Joint Meetings in Phoenix, for the special session in Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry. Giving a talk January 9. |
January 16-18 | Participating in the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. |
January 20-27 | Visiting Nobuo Tsuzuki in Hiroshima. Giving a talk January 23. |
January 28-February 2 | Visiting my sister Kishori in Bangkok. |
February 3 | Classes begin at MIT. It appears I will be teaching 18.703 ("Modern Algebra"), though the registrar's web site does not yet reflect this. |
February 16-20 | Attending the conference Arithmetic Geometry in Tokyo. Giving a talk February 17. |
March 4 | Giving a Québec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar in Montreal. |
March 8 | Giving a number theory seminar at Brown. |
March 12-14 | The American Crossword Puzzle Tournament takes place in Stamford, CT. (But see conflict with next item. I'm leaning towards this one.) |
March 13-17 | The Arizona Winter School takes place not in Arizona, but at the University of Texas, Austin. (But see conflict with previous item, which I'm leaning towards.) |
March 20 | Giving a talk at the Clay Research Academy (for high school students). |
March 22-26 | Spring break at MIT, but I was in town all week. |
April 3-8 | For a change, an out of town visitor: Alan Lauder is visiting from Oxford. |
April 10-12 | Visiting Berkeley. Giving a talk April 12. |
April 17-20 | Patriots Day holiday at MIT. Four-day weekend! In Maryland visiting my parents. |
April 22 | Steve Olson will be reading from his new book Count Down: Six Kids Vie for Glory at the World's Toughest Math Competition (in which yours truly makes a cameo appearance) at the MIT Whitehead Institute, starting at 6 PM. |
April 23-25 | At the third Duke Mathematical Journal Conference in Durham, NC. And due to a last-minute withdrawal, giving a talk April 24. (Yikes!) |
April 30-May 2 | At the USAMO grading in Lincoln, NE, but not leaving until after teaching Friday morning. |
May 13 | Classes end at MIT. Exams are May 17-21 (mine is May 18), and departmental grades meetings occur May 27. |
May 27-June 4 or so | Visiting Alan Lauder in Oxford, with a stopover in Reykjavik because, well, what the heckjavik. (Sorry.) Giving a talk June 3. Probably spending a couple of days in Maryland before returning to Boston. |
June 12-18 | Attending ANTS VI, the sixth biannual Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium, at the University of Vermont (Burlington). Giving a talk June 17. |
June 19 | The US Puzzle Championship is held online, which means I won't be flying to Toronto until evening (see below). |
June 20-21 | The award ceremonies for the USA Mathematical Olympiad take place in Washington, DC, but I don't expect to make it. |
June 20-25 | In Toronto, ON for CNTA VIII, the biannual meeting of the Canadian Number Theory Association. Giving a talk June 21. I will only be staying until the 23rd because of the next item. |
June 22-26 | The Stanley Conference, in honor of Richard Stanley's 60th birthday, takes place at MIT. But see conflict with the previous item. |
June 29-July 4 | Visiting the Math Olympiad Summer Program (Lincoln, NE). |
July 8-11 | Staying home for once, as the National Puzzlers' League annual convention will be held in Cambridge (our fair city!), MA (specifically at the Cambridge Marriott, near MIT). Lucky for us, this is well before the Democratic National Convention in Boston later in the month. |
late July | Possibly visiting Canada/USA Mathcamp at some point. |
August 1-13 | In California, namely San Francisco (July 31-August 1, August 6-8) and San Diego (August 2-5, August 9-13). |
weekend of August 28-29 | Moving house. Whee! |
September 7 | Fall term registration at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
September 17-20 | In the DC area for a few days. Giving a talk at the US Naval Academy on September 17, giving a talk at the University of Maryland on September 20, and visiting my parents in between. |
September 29-October 3 | Attending a workshop on Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry at SUNY-Buffalo. Giving talks September 30 and October 3. Also visiting McMaster (Hamilton, ON) on September 29 and possibly giving a talk there. |
October 7-9 | The Institute for Advanced Study is holding a conference in honor of Robert Macpherson's 60th birthday. |
October 16-17 | The AMS fall southeastern sectional meeting in Albuquerque has an arithmetic geometry special session. |
October 23-24 | The Midwest Number Theory Conference takes place at the University of Chicago. |
November 2 | Giving a talk in the Five College Number Theory Seminar at Amherst College (MA), just in time for Election Day. |
November 6-8 | In the San Francisco area for the weekend. Visiting Stanford November 8. |
December 1 | Giving a talk at Ohio State (Columbus). |
December 9 | Classes end at MIT. Exams run December 13-17, but I'm teaching a graduate course which will not have a final; good thing, too, because of the next item. |
December 10-12 | At an instructional workshop in Padova on rigid geometry and isocrystals. Unfortunately, the trip has to be kept short in light of the adjacent items. |
December 16-18 | At MSRI (or rather, at its temporary location in Berkeley) for a workshop on mathematical circles and Olympiads. |
December 19-20 | Stopping over briefly at the West Coast Number Theory Conference at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. (The conference runs December 16-20, but note conflict with the previous item.) |
December 21-28 | Visiting my parents in Maryland during the winter break. |
2005
January 5-8 | At the AMS/MAA joint meetings in Atlanta; giving a talk January 6. |
January 14-16 | The MIT Mystery Hunt takes place in Cambridge. Oh, and my team is writing it. Again. When will we ever learn? |
January 28-30 | A conference in honor of Persi Diaconis is to be held in San Diego. |
January 31 | Spring term registration at MIT; classes begin the following day. I am teaching two classes this semester, which will put a bit of a crimp in my peripatetic style. Nonetheless, see the next few items. |
February 15-19 | In Muenster, Germany, for a conference on p-adic differential equations. |
February 21 | Presidents Day holiday; no classes at MIT. The following day is an "MIT Monday", which probably means I get a bit of a break from teaching. |
February 28-March 4 | The University of Florida is hosting a conference on arithmetic geometry; I expect to attend March 2-4. |
March 11-13 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Stamford, CT. But as usual, note conflict with the next item. |
March 12-16 | The increasingly misnamed Arizona Winter School takes place at the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque). But as usual, note conflict with the previous item; also note that this does not land during my spring break, so it conflicts also with my teaching. Sigh. |
March 18-20 | A conference is being held at Brown in honor of Stephen Lichtenbaum's 65th birthday. Since I teach Fridays, I probably will only make it down on the 19th and 20th. (An offer of a ride would be much appreciated!) |
March 21-25 | Spring break at MIT; no plans for it yet. |
April 15 | First giving a talk at Brandeis. Then participating in an MIT Chamber Chorus concert (music of Bach plus Schutz and/or Monteverdi), to which all are invited! |
April 18-19 | Patriots Day; no classes at MIT. Giving a talk at Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) on April 19, and giving a talk at Chicago on April 20. |
April 22-24 | At the USAMO grading in Washington, but only arriving Friday evening because I teach Friday afternoons. |
May 12 | Classes end at MIT. Exams run May 16-20 (and I will be giving one, in 18.024), and commencement is June 3. |
May 14-16 | A workshop on p-adic dynamics takes place at Wesleyan. I may try to make it for one of the weekend days. |
May 19-20 | Giving an algebraic geometry seminar at Stanford (on May 19). |
May 30-June 3 | In Rennes for a workshop on recent progress in p-adic cohomology (plus a side workshop on applications to cryptography). Giving a talk June 3. |
June 4-6 | The Canadian Mathematical Society summer meeting takes place in Waterloo; due to the near-conflict with the previous item, I will arrive on the 4th. Giving a talk in a special session on automatic sequences. |
June 13-17 | Boston University is hosting a conference on Iwasawa theory in honor of Ralph Greenberg's 60th birthday. Given the next item, I'll probably only make it on the 13th. |
June 15-23 | Attending the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics reunion conference in Budapest; due to the conflict with the next item, I will leave on the 20th. (Sziasztok, everyone!) |
June 19-25 | At the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach for a conference on "Algebraische Zahlentheorie" (that's "algebraic number theory" for us non-Germanophones). However, note conflict with the previous item; this probably means I will arrive on the 20th. Giving a talk June 22. |
June 26-27 | Dates of the USAMO award ceremonies in Washington, DC; I expect to attend. |
June 27-29 | A conference in honor of Luc Illusie is being held in Paris, but I will not be able to attend, in part due to the conflict with the previous item. |
June 30-July 9 | The next Foundations of Computational Mathematics conference takes place at the Universidad de Cantabria (Santander, Spain). It includes a workshop July 7-9 on computational number theory; however, I will not be able to attend due to the conflict with the item two below (as well as all the other traveling I'm doing this summer). |
July 4-8 | The 24th Journées Arithmétiques takes place in Marseille. However, I will not be able to attend due to the conflict with the next item. |
July 7-10 | At the National Puzzlers' League annual convention in Los Angeles. Probably in San Diego for several days before that. |
July 8-19 (note date change) | The International Mathematical Olympiad takes place in Merida, Mexico, but this is only here for informational purposes; I will not be attending. |
July 17-23 | At the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach again, this time for a conference on "Explicit Methods in Number Theory". Giving a talk July 18. |
August 4-6 | The MAA summer meeting (MathFest) takes place in Albuquerque. I haven't been to a MathFest in over 10 years, and it is unlikely that this year will change that, but Albuquerque sounds nice... |
August 8-12 | At the third week of the AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry in Seattle. In fact, I'm co-organizing one of the sessions that week, on positive characteristic and arithmetic geometry, and giving a talk August 8. |
September 6 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
September 12-16 | A workshop on p-adic representations takes place at the Centre de Recherches en Mathematiques in Montréal. However, note conflict with the next item; I am planning to attend September 12-14. For once, not giving a talk. |
September 15-16 | In Baltimore for the inaugural board meeting of Cogito.org. (The link may not work yet.) I plan to return to Boston on September 9, after taking my parents to the airport for their trip to India, then visiting the University of Maryland. (Note: no classes at MIT on September 19, but I don't teach on Mondays this term anyway.) |
September 26-29 | At a meeting on "Arithmetic, geometry, and coding theory" at the CIRM (Luminy, Marseille, France). (The conference ends on the 30th but I am returning a day early to minimize teaching damage.) Giving a talk September 29. |
October 1-2 | The Maine-Québec Number Theory Conference takes place at Maine (Orono, ME); I am attending but not giving a talk. I will spend October 3 also in Maine, giving undergraduate-level talks at Bowdoin College and Colby College. |
October 10-11 | No classes at MIT, due to the Columbus Day holiday. However, I am not planning to leave town. |
October 17-20 | The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton) is hosting a conference in honor of Pierre Deligne's sixty-first birthday. I will attend October 17-19, but I'm not nearly important enough to give a talk! |
November 6 | Giving a talk at Brown; I will be away all day. |
November 11 | No classes at MIT, due to the Veterans Day holiday. I'll be in Tucson November 9 and 10, in the San Francisco area on November 11, and in the Los Angeles area on November 12. |
November 24-25 | No classes at MIT, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Leaving town the morning of the 23rd, returning the morning of the 29th. |
December 14 | Classes end at MIT; exams run December 16-22. My exam is December 20. |
December 15 | In New York to give a number theory seminar at NYU (joint with Columbia and CUNY). I'll probably make a multi-day trip out of this. |
December 29-January 5 | Visiting my parents in Maryland. |
2006
January 13 | Confirmed start date for the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. I won't know the end date until it's over... |
January 30-February 5 | Visiting San Diego, partly for this. |
February 6 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
February 20-24 | Organizing the workshop p-adic representations, modularity, and beyond at the AIM Research Conference Center (Palo Alto, CA); I'll most likely arrive early on the 19th. (Note that February 20 is the Presidents Day holiday, and February 21 is an MIT Monday.) The following weekend is a Pacific Northwest Number Theory Conference in Seattle; I'll pick that up on the way back. |
March 11-15 | The Arizona Winter School takes place in Tucson; the topic is computational and algorithmic aspects. However, I won't be able to make it; among other things, I have an out-of-town visitor coming on the 13th. |
March 24-26 | The American Crossword Puzzle Tournament takes place in Stamford, CT; since I teach Friday 2-3, I will only be arriving late Friday. See also next item. |
March 27-31 | Spring break at MIT, which among other things coincides with an MSRI workshop on "Cohomological approaches to rational points". I'm no longer sure whether I'm going to attend even part of this. |
April 17-18 | Patriots Day holiday at MIT. No classes, but I have to be on campus (for a choir rehearsal) Tuesday afternoon. |
April 21-23 | Projected dates of the USAMO grading session. The good news is that it's in Cambridge. The bad news is that it conflicts with the next two items. |
April 22 | The MIT Chamber Chorus spring concert takes place at 8 PM in Kresge. This causes problems with the adjacent items. |
April 22-23 | The AMS sectional meeting at the University of New Hampshire has a special session on arithmetic geometry and modular forms and another on Galois theory in arithmetic and geometry. However, note conflict with the previous two items; this more or less ensures I'll only be able to attend Sunday. Very likely giving a talk that day. (The Galois theory session accompanies a workshop at Penn to be held April 24-26.) |
April 29-30 | The AMS sectional meeting at San Francisco State University has a special session on computational arithmetic geometry. Giving a talk April 30. |
May 10-15 | Harvard and the Clay Math Institute are hosting a workshop on eigenvarieties, though it's not yet clear what form it will take. |
May 18 | Classes end at MIT; exams run May 22-26. |
May 21-22 | Confirmed dates for the USAMO award ceremonies. Conveniently, my final exam is May 23, so I can actually attend this. |
May 30-June 3 | The MIT math department is hosting a conference in honor of George Lusztig's 60th birthday. |
June 6-9 | The SFB 478 in Münster is holding a "Symposion", but note conflict with the next item. I currently expect to attend June 6-8, leaving June 9. Giving a talk June 8. |
June 8-11 | Confirmed dates for my 10th class reunion at Harvard. Already?! Despite the tight squeeze between the two adjacent items, I expect to attend at least part of this. |
June 12-16 | At Universteit Leiden for a conference on "rings of low rank" (better known to some of us as "Bhargavology"). Giving a talk probably June 14. Not sure what I'm doing over the weekend, aside from the US Puzzle Championship online on the 17th. |
June 19-24 | At a conference on Hodge theory (including p-adic aspects) at Venice International University. Giving a talk at some point. |
July 7-August 11 | The Clay Math Institute is holding a summer school in arithmetic geometry. |
July 27-30 | The National Puzzlers' League annual convention will be held in San Antonio. I might append a visit here on one end. |
September 5 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. I am technically on Junior Faculty Leave this semester, but aside from the trips noted below I will be staying in residence. |
September 25 | Student holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
September 28-October 1 | In Montréal for the Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminar on the 28th, thereafter in Québec City for the Maine-Québec Number Theory Conference. |
October 6-8 | In Seattle for SAGE Days 2 at the University of Washington (Seattle). The conference is October 6-10, but note conflict with the item two below. |
October 9-10 | Columbus Day holiday at MIT; no classes held. In any case, I'll be away due to the previous item and the next item. |
October 9-13 | At IPAM (UCLA) for a workshop on number theory and cryptography, as part of a semester on Securing Cyberspace. Giving a talk October 12. I may arrive a bit late due to partial conflict with the item two above. I will probably stay a day extra to attend Southern California Number Theory Day. |
October 30-31 | At the Fields Institute (Toronto) for a workshop on Computational challenges arising in algorithmic number theory and Cryptography, as part of a semester-long thematic program on cryptography. Giving a talk at some point, probably the same one I end up giving at IPAM (see above). The conference runs October 30-November 3, but note conflict with the next item. |
November 1-3 | At MSRI for a hot topics workshop on modularity of Galois representations. The conference runs October 30-November 3, but note conflict with the previous item. |
November 10 | Veterans Day holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
November 23-24 | Thanksgiving holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
December 2 | On campus for the 2006 Putnam competition. Soon thereafter, I'll make my usual post of solutions to the Putnam archive. |
December 13 | Classes end at MIT. Exams run December 18-22, but this does not affect me as I am not teaching this semester. |
late December-early January | As usual, I'll be visiting my parents in Maryland for a few days. |
2007
January 12-14 | Participating in the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. |
January 31 | Giving a talk at Brown. |
February 4-9 | At the Banff International Research Station for a workshop on "Explicit methods for rational points on curves". Giving a talk at some point. |
February 5 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. However, note conflict with the previous item; this means my course will not begin until February 12. |
February 19 | Presidents Day holiday at MIT; Monday classes will be held on the following day. |
March 10-14 | At the Arizona Winter School in Tucson, AZ, giving a lecture series on p-adic cohomology. |
March 23-25 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Stamford, CT, as portrayed in the movie Wordplay. Note fortuitous non-conflict with the previous item and the next item. |
March 26-30 | Spring break at MIT. I will be in France this week, partly for this. |
April 16-17 | Patriots Day holiday at MIT. |
April 19-20 | In Baltimore for the cogito.org Advisory Board meeting. |
May 4-6 | Confirmed dates of the USAMO grading in Washington. I will probably only show up late on the 4th. |
May 17 | Classes end at MIT. Exams run May 21-25, but this semester I am teaching a graduate course which has its last meeting on May 16, and no final exam. Good thing, too, due to the following items. |
May 18-20 | In Budapest for a conference on p-adic methods and rational points at the Rényi Institute. Giving a talk May 20. |
May 23-26 | In Zacatecas, Mexico, for a joint meeting of the AMS and the Sociedad Matematica Mexicana. Giving a plenary lecture May 25. |
May 29-June 20 | In Japan (until June 14) and California (after June 14). Giving a talk in Nagoya May 30. Visiting Hiroshima May 31-June 2. At a conference in Tanbara June 4-8 (giving a talk June 6). At a conference in Tokyo June 11-13 (giving a talk June 13). In San Diego June 15-16. At a workshop on math circles in Palo Alto June 18. |
July 2-6 | At Journées Arithmétiques in Edinburgh; giving a plenary lecture July 3. |
July 12-15 | At the National Puzzlers' League convention in Ann Arbor, MI. |
July 16-21 | At a conference at University of Minnesota, Duluth, to honor Joe Gallian and the thirtieth anniversary of his REU program. Giving a talk July 19. |
July 30-August 3 | At AIM (Palo Alto) co-organizing a workshop on L-functions and modular forms. Before going back, I might stop by MAA MathFest in San Jose. |
September 4 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
September 9-16 | In Japan for a conference on ramification theory and vanishing cycles. Stopping briefly in California on the way back. |
September 24 | Student holiday at MIT. |
September 30-October 3 | Organizing SAGE Days 5: Computational Arithmetic Geometry at the Clay Mathematics Institute in Cambridge. All are welcome! |
October 8-9 | Columbus Day holiday at MIT. |
October 15-16 | In Washington to serve on an NSF panel. |
November 4-11 | In Europe for several conferences: Arithmetic, Geometry, and Coding Theory in Luminy (Nov 5-6); p-adic Aspects of Differential Equations: Crystals, Mirror Symmetry, Modular Forms in Lausanne (Nov 7-8); and SAGE Days 6: Cryptography in Bristol (Nov 10-11). |
November 12 | Veterans Day holiday at MIT. |
November 22-23 | Thanksgiving holiday at MIT. |
December 12 | Last days of classes at MIT; exams take place December 17-21. |
December 17-18 | In Paris for a habilitation defense on December 17, and giving a seminar in Orsay on December 18. |
late December-early January | As usual, I'll probably jet down to Maryland for a few days in here somewhere. |
2008
January 18-20 | Confirmed dates of the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. |
January 22-25 | At MSRI (Berkeley) for an introductory workshop on combinatorial representation theory. |
February 4 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. I will not be teaching this semester. |
February 5-9 | At IPAM (Los Angeles) for the workshop SAGE Days 7. I will stay a few extra days in California; I fly back February 13. |
February 18 | Presidents Day holiday at MIT; Monday classes will be held on the following day. |
February 29-March 2 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Brooklyn, NY. I may also be giving a talk at Columbia on February 29. |
March 3-9 | In Barbados for a workshop on computational complexity focused on elliptic curves. Yes, you read that correctly. |
March 24-28 | Spring break at MIT. I will be in Bangalore for a conference on arithmetic geometry. |
April 21-22 | Patriots Day holiday at MIT. |
May 1 | In New York to give a talk at Columbia (again). |
May 9-11 | In Washington, DC for the USAMO grading. |
May 15 | Last day of classes at MIT; exams take place May 19-23. |
June 8-9 | In Washington, DC for the USAMO award ceremony. |
June 28-July 2 | At the workshop Modular Forms and Arithmetic, in honor of Ken Ribet's 60th birthday, at MSRI. |
July 10-13 | At the National Puzzlers' League annual convention in Denver. |
July 28-August 1 | At the Tata Institute for Fundamental Research in Mumbai, as part of a semester program in arithmetic geometry. |
August 3-8 | At the workshop Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry at Oberwolfach. |
September 2 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
September 6-9 | In Bressanone/Brixen (Italy) for p-adic differential equations: a conference in honor of Gilles Christol. |
September 22 | Student holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
September 29-October 4 | In Mainz for a workshop on p-adic cohomology (Sep 29-Oct 2), Strasbourg for a workshop on recent progress in arithmetic D-modules (Oct 3), and Washington for a meeting of the Committee on the American Mathematics Competitions (Oct 4). Whew. |
October 13 | Columbus Day holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
November 5-6 | Visiting the University of Saskatchewan to give a talk November 6. |
November 10-11 | Veterans Day holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
November 19-21 | Visiting Stanford and Berkeley, giving a talk at the latter November 21. |
November 27-28 | Thanksgiving holiday at MIT; no classes held. |
December 10 | Last day of classes at MIT; exams run December 15-19. |
2009
January 5-8 | New dates for the AMS-MAA Joint Meetings in Washington, DC. I'll likely already be in the area for my usual winter recess sojourn. |
January 16-18 | Confirmed dates for the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. |
January 26-29 | In Seville, Spain for a conference on D-modules. Giving a talk at some point. |
February 2 | Registration day at MIT; classes begin the following day. |
February 11-12 | Visiting UC San Diego; giving a talk on February 12. |
February 16 | Presidents Day holiday at MIT; I'll be at Northwestern giving a talk. Monday classes will be held on the following day. |
February 24 | Giving a talk at Emory (in Atlanta). |
February 27-March 1 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Brookyln. |
March 11-18 | At UC Berkeley for a colloquium (March 12) and then the Arizona Winter School (March 14-18). |
March 23-27 | Spring vacation at MIT; I'll be in France all week. At a conference on curves, coding theory, and cryptography in Marseille March 26-27. |
April 20-24 | At the conference Counting Points on Varieties in Leiden. Note that April 20-21 is the Patriots Day holiday at MIT. |
May 14 | Last day of classes at MIT; exams run May 18-22. |
May 18-21 | Attending Sage Days 15 in Seattle. |
June 15-26 | Attending (part of) the Clay Mathematics Institute summer school on Galois representations in Honolulu. |
June 29-July 3 and July 13-17 | Attending (part of) the Park City Mathematics Institute on arithmetic of L-functions. Giving a talk July 3. |
July 6-9 | At Journées de Géométrie Arithmétique de Rennes. Giving a talk July 7. |
July 10-12 | In Baltimore for the National Puzzlers' League convention. |
August 2-8 | At the conference p-adic Geometry and Homotopy Theory in Loen (Norway). Giving a talk August 4. |
September-December | Mostly at the Institute for Advanced Study this semester. I will be back in Boston from time to time, though. |
October 5-9 | At the conference Frobenius Lifts in Leiden. |
November 2-4 | Visiting the University of Michigan. Giving a talk November 4. |
December 1-5 | Organizing Sage Days 18: Computations related to the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture at the Clay Mathematics Institute. |
December 14-18 | At the Isaac Newton Institute (Cambridge, England) for the final workshop in the semester program on nonabelian fundamental groups in arithmetic geometry. |
2010
January-April | Mostly at the Institute for Advanced Study this semester. I will be back in Boston from time to time, though. |
January 4-8 | In Paris for the Galois Trimester. Giving a three-lecture minicourse. |
January 13-16 | In San Francisco for the AMS-MAA Joint Meetings. |
January 17-February 2 | In Australia, visiting Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne. |
Febuary 8-9 | In Boston. |
February 19-21 | In Brooklyn for the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. |
March 8-9 | In Boston. Giving the Harvard-MIT algebraic geometry seminar on March 9. |
March 15-19 | Mostly in Oxford, where I am co-organizing the workshop Effective Methods in p-adic Cohomology. On March 16, I'll be in Valladolid to speak at the workshop SING 2010: Resolution of Singularities Problems. (Added afterwards: I cancelled the Valladolid stop due to a weather delay leaving the US.) |
March 22-26 | In Paris for a conference in honor of Jean-Marc Fontaine. Giving a talk March 23. |
April 12-14 | In Boston. Giving the Harvard number theory seminar on April 14. |
April 19-23 | In Montréal for the workshop Counting points: theory, algorithms and practice (of which I am an organizer). |
May 25-29 | At the conference Rational Points: Theory and Experiment in Zürich. |
June 7-11 | In Banff for the workshop Whittaker Functions, Crystal Bases, and Quantum Groups. |
June 19-July 1 | Visiting the CRM in Barcelona as part of the research program in arithmetic geometry. |
August 8-10 | In Mumbai for Sage Days 25 (of which I am an organizer). |
August 11-17 | In Goa, India for the ICM satellite conferences on Galois representations in arithmetic and geometry and Automorphic forms and number theory. Giving a talk in the former. |
August 19-27 | In Hyderabad, India for the International Congress of Mathematicians. Giving a talk in Section 3 (number theory). |
September-December | At University of California, San Diego this semester, except as otherwise specified below. |
September 7-15 | In Boston. |
October 1-2 | In Washington for a meeting of the Committee on the American Mathematics Competitions (CAMC). |
October 19 | Giving the Berkeley-Davis-Stanford Algebraic Geometry Colloquium at Berkeley. |
November 6-7 | Giving a talk at the Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium in Tucson. |
November 13 | Giving a talk at the Southern California Number Theory Day in Irvine. |
November 22-26 | In Nagoya for the workshop Witt vectors, foliations, and absolute de Rham cohomology (of which I am an organizer). |
2011
January 10-May 20 | At MSRI (Berkeley) for the research program on Arithmetic Statistics, except as otherwise noted. |
January 14-19 | In Boston. These dates include the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge, which starts January 14. |
January 27-February 4 | These are the dates of the Connections for Women workshop and introductory workshop within the MSRI research program on Arithmetic Statistics. My participation in these is limited by the conflict with the next item. |
February 3-5 | In Padova for the conference From p-adic differential equations to arithmetic algebraic geometry on the occasion of Francesco Baldassarri's 60th birthday. Giving a talk at some point. |
February 14?-19 | Back in San Diego for the Southern California Number Theory Day at UCSD (February 19). |
March 18-20 | Confirmed dates for the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Brooklyn. |
March 21-25 | Splitting time between a workshop on Galois representations and modular forms at IAS (Princeton) and a workshop on noncommutative geometry and arithmetic at Johns Hopkins (Baltimore). Giving a talk at the latter. |
April 11-15 | At MSRI for the workshop in the research program in Arithmetic Statistics. Giving a lecture on April 15. (Exception: on April 14, I'll be giving a number theory seminar at Caltech.) |
April 25-29 | In Boston. |
April 29-30 | In Chicago for the Atkin memorial conference. Giving a talk April 30. |
May 21 | At Caltech for the Southern California Number Theory Day. |
May 26-27 | In New York for the conference Moduli Spaces and Moduli Stacks at Columbia (but not giving a talk). |
June 6 | In Washington for the USAMO award ceremonies. |
June 7-10 | Splitting time between the conferences p-adic Hodge theory, p-adic differential equations, and their applications in Lyon (June 7-8) and toric geometry and applications (June 9-10). |
June 16-18 | In Seattle for Sage Education Days 3. |
July 7-10 | In Providence for the National Puzzlers League convention. |
July 18-20 | In Oberwolfach for the workshop Explicit Methods in Number Theory. Leaving early due to conflict with the next item. |
July 21-25 | In Durham (UK) for an LMS symposium on automorphic forms and Galois representations. Arriving late and leaving early due to conflicts with the surrounding items. |
July 26-August 3 | In Benasque (Spain) for the workshop Sato-Tate in higher dimension. Arriving late due to conflict with the previous item. |
September 12-13 | In Luminy for the conference Number theory, algebraic geometry, and model theory in honor of Jan Denef's 60th birthday. |
September 15-25 | In the Boston area. |
September 27-30 | In Chicago. Giving a number theory seminar at University of Chicago on September 28. |
October 8 | Speaking at the San Diego Math Circle. |
October 26-27 | Visiting UCLA. Giving a number theory seminar on October 26 and a colloquium on October 27. |
October 28-31 | In Boston. |
November 6-9 | In Washington, DC. |
November 30-December 3 | In Singapore. Giving a colloquium at National University of Singapore on December 1. |
December 5-8 | In Auckland for the New Zealand Mathematical Society Colloquium (giving a plenary lecture on December 7) and a satellite number theory meeting (giving another lecture on December 5). |
December 19-21 | In Sydney. Possibly giving a talk at the Magma group. |
2012
January 2-7 | At the AMS-MAA Joint Meetings in Boston. I'll be lecturing in an AMS Short Course on elliptic curves and Sage January 2-3. |
January 13-15 | Confirmed dates for the MIT Mystery Hunt in Cambridge. |
February 14-17 | In Providence for the workshop Complex and p-adic dynamics at ICERM. |
February 19-23 | Organizing a Sage Days conference on p-adics in Sage at UC San Diego. This is followed by the Southern California Number Theory Day on February 26. |
March 3-11 | In Hawaii for two conferences: the AMS sectional meeting in Hawaii, speaking in the special session on arithmetic geometry, and a satellite conference in which I am also speaking. |
March 26-30 | In Bristol for an FRG workshop on L-functions and modular forms. |
April 3-4 | In Rennes. Giving a talk April 4. |
April 17-19 | Giving talks at Stanford (April 17), Berkeley (April 18), and Colorado State (April 19). |
April 23-27 | At the conference The p-adic Langlands program: recent developments and applications at the Fields Institute in Toronto. |
May 7-11 | At the conference Pro-unipotent fundamental groups: arithmetic and diophantine aspects in Barbados. |
May 14-18 | Organizing the conference Witt vectors in arithmetic, geometry, and topology in Albuquerque. |
May 21-23 | At the Barcelona-Boston-Tokyo number theory seminar at UPC in Barcelona. |
May 28-June 1 | In Montreal. |
June 13-15 | At a Sage Education Days meeting in Seattle. |
June 25-29 | At the workshop Hypergeometric motives at ICTP (Trieste). |
July 9-13 | Organizing the Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS-X) conference at UC San Diego. |
July 12-15 | At the National Puzzlers League convention in Portland, OR, modulo conflict with the previous item. |
July 17 | Visiting Canada/USA Mathcamp. |
July 23-25 | Visiting Kristin Lauter at Microsoft Research. |
August 5-11 | At the workshop Arithmetic Geometry at Oberwolfach. |
September 17-21 | Visiting Francesco Baldassarri in Padova. |
September 24-28 | Attending the conference Rational points on curves: A p-adic and computational perspective at Oxford. |
October 15-26 | In Boston. |
October 31 | Giving a number theory seminar at UC Santa Cruz. |
November 4-10 | At the workshop Non-archimedean analytic geometry at Oberwolfach. |
November 27 | Giving a seminar talk at the MSRI semester program on cluster algebras. |
November 30 | At ICERM in Providence. |
December 3 | Giving a number theory seminar at the University of Maryland. |
December 17-21 | Visiting National Taiwan University in Taipei. Giving talks December 17 and 18. |
December 24-28 | Visiting Beijing University. Giving a talk at some point. |
2013
January 9-12 | In San Diego for the AMS/MAA Joint Meetings. |
January 18-21 | Confirmed dates for the 2013 MIT Mystery Hunt. |
March 8-10 | Giving a talk at Columbia University on March 8, then participating in the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament March 9-10. |
April 1-7 | Attending a Simons Symposium on non-archimedean and tropical geometry in St. John, US Virgin Islands. On the way back, stopping in Austin to speak at the Texas Algebraic Geometry Seminar. |
April 12-13 | Attending the AMS sectional meeting at University of Colorado, Boulder. Giving a talk in the session "Arithmetic Statistics and Big Monodromy". |
April 22-26 | Attending the conferences Représentations galoisiennes et théorie de Hodge p-adique: aspects théoriques et effectifs (April 22-24) and Challenges in Combinatorics on Words (April 25-26). Giving a talk at the latter. |
May 10-13 | In Boston for the USAMO grading (May 10-11) and New Haven to give a number theory seminar at Yale (May 13). |
June 5-9 | At Notre Dame to speak at the conference Motivic Invariants and Singularities (June 6-7). Stopping in San Francisco on the way back (June 8). |
June 19-21 | In Seattle for a Sage Education Days meeting related to the UTMOST project. |
June 24-28 | In Budapest for the ProMath Arte (Budapest Semesters in Mathematics) board meeting. |
July 10-14 | At the National Puzzlers League convention in Austin. |
July 15-19 | At Oberwolfach for the workshop Explicit Methods in Number Theory. |
August 1-4 | In Fort Collins to speak at the SIAM conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry. |
September 6 | At Université de Rennes for Sage Days: Arithmetics over discrete valuation rings and to speak in the cryptography seminar. |
September 11-15 | At the L-functions and Modular Forms Database workshop in Bristol. |
September 20-22 | Co-organizing the conference Stark's conjecture and related topics at UCSD. |
September 24-26 | Attending the conference Sage Days 53: Computational Number Theory, Geometry, and Physics in Oxford. Giving a talk September 25. |
September 30-October 2 | In Regensburg to speak at a conference on nonarchimedean geometry. Giving a talk at some point. |
October 7-11 | In Tahiti to give a plenary lecture at the GeoCrypt conference. |
October 21-25 | Visiting Copenhagen (October 21-23) and Strasbourg (October 24-25). |
November 4-6 | At Boston University for an external review of the math department. Possibly also speaking at Harvard on November 4. |
November 9-10 | At WAGS (Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium) at UCSD. |
November 21 | At ICERM (Providence). |
December 15-30 | Visiting South Africa. |
2014
January 2-7 | In Honolulu for Sage Days 56. |
January 15-20 | In Baltimore for the Joint Mathematics Meetings. |
January 27-31 | At AIM (Palo Alto) for the workshop Arithmetic statistics over function fields and finite fields. |
February 17-21 | At MSRI (Berkeley) for the workshop Hot Topics: Perfectoid Spaces and Their Applications. |
February 24-28 | At CIRM (Luminy) for the workshop Frobenius distributions on curves. |
March 11-12 | In Phoenix for a workshop on curves and automorphic forms. |
March 15-18 | In Tucson for the Arizona Winter School on arithmetic statistics. |
April-June | Intermittently visiting IPAM (Los Angeles) for the thematic program Algebraic techniques for combinatorial and computational geometry. |
March 30-April 4 | Visiting UT Austin. Giving a colloquium March 30. |
April 5-6 | At the AMS Western Sectional meeting in Albuquerque, speaking in the special session on arithmetic and differential algebraic geometry. |
May 10-13 | In Cambridge, MA for the USA Mathematical Olympiad grading. |
May 29-June 4 | In the UK for two conferences: Number fields and function fields: coalescences, contrasts and emerging applications (May 29-30, Chicheley Hall); L-Functions and Modular Forms Database (June 2-6, Warwick). |
June 5-6 | In Boston for the conference p-adic variation in number theory in honor of Glenn Stevens. |
June 8-13 | At UCLA Lake Arrowhead Center for the culminating workshop of the IPAM program Algebraic techniques for combinatorial and computational geometry. |
June 16-18 | In Seattle for Sage Edu Days 6. |
July 7-12 | In Oberwolfach for the workshop Algebraische Zahlentheorie. |
July 17-20 | In Portland, ME for the National Puzzlers League convention. |
August 7-11 | In Gyeongju, South Korea for ANTS-XI. |
fall 2014 | Mostly at MSRI for the semester program New Geometric Methods in Number Theory and Automorphic Forms. |
August 18-22 | At MSRI for the conference Introductory Workshop: New Geometric Methods in Number Theory and Automorphic Forms. |
August 25-29 | In Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, for the NATO Advanced Study Institute "Arithmetic of Hyperelliptic Curves". Giving three lectures. |
September 2-5 | At MSRI for the conference Introductory Workshop: Geometric Representation Theory. |
September 6 | In New York. |
September 8 | Giving a talk at the University of Connecticut. |
September 16 | Giving a talk in the BC/MIT number theory seminar. |
October 25-26 | Giving an invited address at the AMS Western sectional meeting in San Francisco. |
October 26-November 1 | At Oberwolfach for the workshop Valuation Theory and its Applications, modulo conflict with the previous item. |
November 4-7 | Visiting Andrea Pulita at Montpellier. |
November 10-11 | Visiting Cambridge University. |
December 1-5 | At MSRI for the conference Automorphic forms, Shimura varieties, Galois representations and L-functions. |
2015
January 10-13 | At the AMS/MAA Joint Meetings in San Antonio. |
January 16-19 | In Cambridge, MA for the MIT Mystery Hunt. |
February 2-6 | In Puerto Rico for the Simons Symposium on nonarchimedean and tropical geometry. |
February 14 | Southern California Number Theory Day at UCSD. |
March 16-20 | Visiting various institutions in the UK: Imperial College (March 17), University of Nottingham (March 18), Kings College (March 20). |
March 23-24 | Visiting EPFL (Lausanne). |
March 25-27 | At the conference Recent trends in p-adic cohomology at Imperial College, London. |
March 28-29 | At the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, newly returned to Stamford, CT. |
April 2 | Giving a number theory seminar at Caltech. |
April 18-19 | At the Microsoft Puzzlehunt in (greater) Seattle. |
May 6-10 | At the conference Arithmetic and algebraic differentiation: Witt vectors, number theory and differential algebra (in honor of Alexandru Buium) at UC Berkeley. |
May 23 | Exceptionally, a second Southern California Number Theory Day at UCSD. |
May 26-30 | Giving a talk at the conference p-adic methods in number theory at UC Berkeley. |
June 1-5 | Giving a talk at the conference Non-Archimedean Geometry and its Applications at U. Michigan. |
June 22-26 | Giving a talk at the conference Number Theory and Physics at IMPA (Rio de Janeiro), modulo a schedule conflict with the next item. |
June 26-27 | At the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics board meeting in Budapest. |
July 2-3 | Visiting Regensburg. |
July 6-10 | At the conference Explicit Methods in Number Theory at Oberwolfach, modulo an early departure on account of the following item. |
July 9-12 | At the National Puzzlers League convention in Vancouver, modulo a late arrival on account of the preceding item. |
July 19-23 | Vacation in Maui. |
July 27-31 | At the AMS summer institute on algebraic geometry at University of Utah. |
August 16-21 | At the conference Lifting Problems and Galois Theory at Banff. |
August 31-September 1 | In Irvine for (part of) the workshop Mathematics of Cryptography. |
September 2-3 | Giving a talk at University of Wisconsin, Madison. |
September 9-December 4 | Mostly in Providence for the semester program Computational aspects of the Langlands program at ICERM. |
September 14-18 | In Europe for some combination of the conferences D-modules and singularities (Padova, September 14-16) and p-adic Hodge theory and Iwasawa theory (Bielefeld, September 14-18). |
September 22 | Colloquium at University of Michigan. |
September 28-October 2 | At the workshop Modular Forms and Curves of Low Genus: Computational Aspects at ICERM. |
October 2-4 | Speaking at the workshop AGNES (Algebraic Geometry Northeastern Series) at Brown. |
October 7 | Number theory seminar at Harvard. |
October 14 | Colloquium at Brown. |
October 15 | Colloquium at University of Connecticut. |
October 19-24 | At the workshop Explicit Methods for Modularity of K3 Surfaces and Other Higher Weight Motives at ICERM. |
November 9-13 | At the workshop Computational aspects of L-functions at ICERM. |
December 6-13 | In Oxford for the workshop The IUT theory of Shinichi Mochizuki. |
December 14-18 | At Oberwolfach for the workshop Non-Archimedean Geometry and Applications. |
2016
January 7-10 | In Seattle for the Joint Mathematics Meetings. |
January 15-19 | MIT Mystery Hunt weekend in Cambridge. |
February 11-12 | Visiting University of Maryland. |
February 15 | Speaking in the geometric Langlands seminar at Chicago. |
February 16 | Colloquium at Purdue. |
February 29-March 3 | Speaking at the conference Recent developments in integral p-adic cohomology theories in Bonn. |
March 4 | Speaking in the geometric Langlands seminar at Chicago (again). |
March 12 | Speaking at the Brown University Symposium for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences (SUMS). |
March 12-16 | At the Arizona Winter School in Tucson (this year's topic: analytic methods in arithmetic geometry), modulo conflict with the previous item. |
March 17 | Colloquium at Rice University (Houston). |
March 20-27 | In the UK for two workshops: Sage Days: Explicit p-adic methods in number theory (Oxford, March 20-24) and an L-Functions and Modular Forms Database workshop (Bristol, March 25-27). |
April 12 | Number theory seminar at UC Irvine. |
May 9 | Number theory seminar at UCLA, followed by the next item. |
May 9-13 | At an L-Functions and Modular Forms Database workshop at AIM (San Jose), modulo conflict with the previous item. |
May 16-17 | NSF panel. |
May 16-20 | Speaking at The p-adic Langlands Program and Related Topics at Indiana, modulo conflict with the previous item. |
June 13-16 | Speaking at L-functions and arithmetic (a/k/a Rubinfest) at Harvard. |
June 24-26 | In Budapest for the PMA board meeting. |
July 7-10 | National Puzzlers Convention in Salt Lake City. |
July 18-27 | At the IUT Summit at RIMS (Kyoto). |
July 28-30 | In Hawaii. |
August 4 | MAA Mathfest in Columbus. |
August 5-6 | In New York visiting BEAM (Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics). |
August 8-12 | In Oberwolfach for the meeting Arithmetic Geometry. |
August 14 | Speaking at the conference Elliptic Curves, Modular Forms, and Related Topics at U. Connecticut. |
August 18-23 | Sage Days in Honolulu. |
August 29-September 2 | Speaking at ANTS (Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium) in Kaiserslautern. |
September 5-9 | Speaking at Automorphic forms: theory and computation at King's College, London. |
September 10-11 | Speaking at Kummer Classes and Anabelian Geometry at University of Vermont. |
September 19-20 | Speaking at Louisiana State University. |
October 16-22 | Oberwolfach Seminar on perfectoid spaces. |
November 1-4 | Fields Medal Symposium on the work of Manjul Bhargava at (naturally) the Fields Institute. |
December 5-9 | Workshop at AIM: Global Langlands correspondence. |