Sage Days 17: Lopez Island

Theme: Computing with Modular forms and L-functions

Dates: September 14-20, 2009

Organizers: Robert Bradshaw, Craig Citro, William Stein

Location: Several houses we rented on Lopez island, which is in the San Juan islands, about 100 miles from Seattle.

Funding: Fully funded by the National Science Foundation under Grant DMS-0757627.

Campus Wifi (if you find yourself at UW):

UW NetID:        event0897
Password:       oudj/oevq/uebr


Status Reports

The status report page is here.


The project page is here.



We've rented one large house, one condo, and all three rooms at the Lopez Lodge for the week of the conference. Here are links to info about the various places we'll be staying, along with who's staying in each room:

If you have any questions about housing, talk to Craig.

For any nights you're staying in Seattle, there are several good choices in the U District:

Travel Info

The ferry schedule from Anacortes to Lopez is linked here. The ferries tend to fill up fast -- make sure to be at Anacortes at least an hour to an hour and a half early. The WSDOT recommends an hour and a half. On Lopez, it's more like 30 to 60 minutes.

Local Info

Here is some info about staying and eating on Lopez.

days17 (last edited 2009-10-08 15:18:05 by was)