The University of Manchester

A Number Theory Workshop will take place as part of the 75th British Mathematical Colloquium. Please note that registration for the BMC is required, and has now closed.

Number theory workshop organisers: Hung Bui, Martin Orr

In addition to the workshop talks listed below, there will be several
morning and plenary talks at the BMC of interest to number theorists.
These will take place in the **Schuster Building**, and are listed in the BMC schedule.

Talks which form part of the number theory workshop are listed below.
These will take place in **Alan Turing Building, G.209**.

Abstracts for workshop invited talks

**Monday 17 June**

15.30-16.10 | Rebecca Bellovin (University of Glasgow)
The eigencurve at the boundary |

16.10-16.50 | Lasse Grimmelt (University of Oxford)
Twisted correlations of the divisor function via discrete averages of Poincare series |

16.50-17.25 | Alexei Skorobogatov (Imperial College London)
Hasse principle for intersections of two quadrics via Kummer surfaces |

**Tuesday 18 June**

11.30-12.10 | Steve Lester (King's College London)
The distribution of the Riemann zeta-function at its relative maxima |

13.45-14.25 | Vaidehee Thatte (King's College London)
Generalized ramification theory and its applications |

14.25-15.00 | Min Lee (University of Bristol)
Murmurations of automorphic forms in archimedean families |

**Wednesday 19 June, contributed talks: Morning**

11.30 | Robin Visser (University of Warwick)
Computing genus 2 curves over Q whose Jacobian has good reduction away from 2 |

11.45 | Rafail Psyroukis (Durham University)
A Dirichlet Series attached to orthogonal modular forms |

12.00 | Sam Streeter (University of Bristol)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? |

12.15 | David Angdinata (London School of Geometry and Number Theory)
Twisted L-values of elliptic curves |

**Wednesday 19 June, contributed talks: Afternoon**

14.00 | Elyes Boughattas (University of Bath)
Arithmetic of conic bundles |

14.15 | Aled Williams (London School of Economics)
Considering a Classical Upper Bound on the Frobenius Number |

14.30 | Thomas Karam (University of Oxford)
Fourier analysis modulo p on the Boolean cube |

14.45 | Pedro Cazorla Garcia (University of Manchester)
Perfect codes and Diophantine equations |