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Next Spring: Zeta Functions All the Way

Next Spring: Zeta Functions All the Way

On May 15-26, 2006, on the campus of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, the Program for Women in Mathematics will sponsor mathematics sessions under the rubric “Zeta Functions All the Way.” There will be two courses for undergraduate and graduate students; seminars; and a variety of mentoring activities. Junior and senior women mathematicians will be involved as lecturers, TA's, and mentors.

The advanced course will be given by Kate Okikiolu (University of California, SD) on “Spectral zeta functions in geometry.” Audrey Terras (UCSD) will teach “Zeta and L-functions of graphs.” The introductory course on zeta functions will be given by Giuliana Davidoff and Margaret Robinson (Mount Holyoke College).

Enthusiastic women students and postdocs are encouraged to visit for more information.

News Date: 
Friday, November 11, 2005