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The Southern Regional Number Theory Conference series brings together researchers and students in various branches of number theory to share their research and connect with one another.

We are happy to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Southern Regional Number Theory Conference this year! The Southern Regional Number Theory Conference series began in 2014 with a celebration of Wen-Ching Winnie Li and her distinguished career. This first conference included many distinguished speakers, such as Fields Medalist Jean-Pierre Serre.

Over the last ten years, the Southern Regional Number Theory Conference has hosted many students and researchers from throughout the United States, most participants coming from the Gulf Coast and Southeastern regions, to discuss a wide range of research in Number Theory.

Further information about the previous Southern Regional Number Theory Conferences is located in the links at the bottom of this page and a photo gallery showcasing the last 10 years of the Southern Regional Number Theory Conference is available under the Photos tab at the top of the page.

Join us for SRNTC 2024! This conference will take place as a hybrid event streamed over Zoom and in person at Louisiana State University on March 9–11, 2024. The conference will begin on Saturday, March 9, and end on Monday, March 11. The Zoom information is located under the Schedule tab at the top of the page.


The deadline to submit a contributed talk or apply for funding has passed. You may still register to attend the conference with this Google form.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

Lea Beneish University of North Texas
Jonathan Bober University of Bristol
Mirela Çiperiani University of Texas at Austin
Henri Darmon McGill University
Jeffrey Lagarias University of Michigan
Wen-Ching Winnie Li Penn State University
Katherine Stange University of Colorado at Boulder
Holly Swisher Oregon State University
Lola Thompson Utrecht University
John Voight Dartmouth College

Who Should Attend

Anyone with an interest in number theory is welcome, including:
  • Graduate students
  • Junior researchers
  • Senior researchers
Talks will be given at a graduate student level. Students and researchers in the South and in the Gulf Coast region are particularly encouraged to attend.


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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

NTF The Number Theory Foundation

JNT The Journal of Number Theory


Michael Allen (Postdoc) Louisiana State University
Joseph Dorta (PhD student) Louisiana State University
Brian Grove (PhD student) Louisiana State University
Gene Kopp (Professor) Louisiana State University
Ling Long (Professor) Louisiana State University
Esme Rosen (PhD student) Louisiana State University
Fang-Ting Tu (Professor) Louisiana State University

Previous Conferences