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This conference will take place as a hybrid event streamed over Zoom and in-person at Lousiana State University (subject to LSU and Baton Rouge COVID-19 guidelines) on March 12-13, 2022.

The conference will begin at 8:30 am on Saturday, March 12th and end at 4:30 pm on Sunday, March 13th. Participants who decide to participate virtually will be sent the Zoom link after they register.


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About the Conference

The main purposes of this conference series include:

1. Bringing together researchers in the field, younger researchers and local students.

2. Bringing together the researchers from the various branches of number theory in the region and expose the local students and younger researchers to related problems in the field.

3. To broaden the interaction and communication among number theorists in the region.

4. To build a platform so that local graduate students will have more exposure to various topics in number theory and opportunities to present.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

Olivia Beckwith Tulane University
Madeline Dawsey The University of Texas at Tyler
Jerome Hoffman Louisiana State University
Gene Kopp Purdue University
Victor Hugo Moll Tulane University
Matt Papanikolas Texas A&M University
Larry Rolen Vanderbilt University
Armin Straub University of South Alabama

A BIG Thanks to our Sponsors

LSU Math , College of Science, Office of Research and Economic Development

NSF     The National Science Foundation

NSA     The National Security Agency


Brian Grove (Ph.D. Student) Louisiana State University
Gene Kopp (Postdoc) Purdue University
Emma Lien (Ph.D. Student) Louisiana State University
Ling Long (Professor) Louisiana State University
Fang-Ting Tu (Professor) Louisiana State University

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