Sage Days 22: Computing with Elliptic Curves

The official MSRI page for this workshop.

Location: MSRI at Berkeley, California Dates: June 21, 2010 to July 02, 2010


Mailing Lists

Senior People

Number Theory: John Cremona (Warwick), Tim Dokchitser (Cambridge), Noam Elkies (Harvard), Matt Greenberg (Calgary), Ken Ribet (Berkeley), William Stein (University of Washington), Jared Weinstein (UCLA), Christian Wuthrich (Nottingham), TA Robert Miller (University of Washington)

Open Source: Robert Bradshaw (Google), Fernando Perez (Berkeley), Peter Norvig (Director of Research at Google), Prabhu Ramachandran (Bombay)

Project Groups


  1. John Cremona (Warwick University): ''Tables of elliptic curves''

  2. Tim Dokchitser (Cambridge University): ''Complex L-functions and the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture''

  3. Matthew Greenberg (University of Calgary): ''Mod p representations associated to elliptic curves''

  4. Jared Weinstein (UCLA) and William Stein (Univ. of Washington): ''Heegner Points and Kolyvagin's Euler system''

  5. Christian Wuthrich (Nottingham): ''p-adic L-series and Iwasawa theory''


Special Day -- June 25: Open Research Computation in Python


Information about conference T-shirts can be found here.

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