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= SAGE Days 6 = = SAGE Days 6: Cryptology, Number theory, and Arithmetic Geometry =
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The 6th SAGE days 2007 will be held the November 12 - 16, 2007 in Bristol, UK at http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/research/labs/heilbronn/ The 6th SAGE days 2007 will be held the November 10-14, 2007 in Bristol, UK at http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/research/labs/heilbronn/.
The Bristol webpage about SAGE Days 6 is here:
    http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/events/meetings/meeting/index.php?meeting_id=23
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(previously announced as SAGE days 5, which will now be at the Clay Math Institute)
in October, probably
== Registration ==

Registration will take place on Friday 9 November, at 3.00-5.00pm in Royal Fort House (Dining Room) [see map below] which is
adjacent to the maths block. Tea will be served at 4.00pm. Conference packs will also be available for collection on Saturday, in the
main maths block.

See [http://www.bristol.ac.uk/university/maps/precinct.html this map]:
Royal Fort House (& Annexe) is 30; Mathematics (for lectures) is 29; the Marriott Hotel is just to the right of the cathedral, on College Green (see bottom of map).


== Schedule ==
A first provisional schedule is available at [:days6/talks:]. All lectures on Saturday and Sunday, and the panel discussion on Sunday evening, will take place in the Mathematics Department (29 on the map). All activities on Monday-Wednesday will take place in the Royal Fort Annexe (30 on the map).
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== Confirmed Participants (as of 2007-10-29) ==

Note you must register via the Bristol webpage linked above if you are not an invited participant to allow the Heilbronn institute to organize the event.

 * Michael Abshoff (Dortmund, Germany)
 * Martin Albrecht (Royal Holloway, London UK)
 * Bill Allombert ()
 * Gregory Bard (Fordham, New York USA)
 * Dan Bernstein (chicago, USA)
 * Andrew Booker (Bristol, UK)
 * Robert Bradshaw (Seattle, USA)
 * Michael Brickenstein (Oberwolfach, Germany)
 * Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College, London UK)
 * Ondrej Certik ()
 * Francis Clarke (Swansea, Wales UK)
 * William Clocksin (Oxford Brookes, UK)
 * John Cremona (Warwick, UK)
 * James Davenport (Bath, UK)
 * Burcin Erocal (Linz, Austria)
 * Jon Hanke ()
 * Bill Hart (Warwick, UK)
 * David Harvey (Harvard, USA)
 * Hendrik Hubrechts (Leuven, Belgium)
 * Kiran Kedlaya (MIT, USA)
 * Lloyd Kilford (Bristol, UK)
 * Tanja Lange (Eindhoven, NL)
 * David Loeffler (Imperial College, London UK)
 * Daniel Loughran (Bristol, UK)
 * Willem Jan Palenstijn (Leiden, NL)
 * Clement Pernet (Waterloo, Canada)
 * Ludovic Perret ()
 * David Roe ()
 * Nigel Smart (Bristol, UK)
 * Stefan Muller-Starch (Mainz, Germany)
 * Michael Stoll (Bremen, Germany)
 * Jaap Spies ()
 * William Stein (Seattle, Washington USA)
 * Nelson Stephens (Cardiff, Wales UK)
 * Graeme Taylor (Edinburgh, Scotland UK)
 * Jan Tuitman (Leuven, Belgium)
 * Mark Watkins (Bristol, UK)
 * Ralf-Phillip Weinmann (Darmstadt, Germany)
 * Chris Wuthrich (Nottingham, UK)
 * Paul Zimmerman (INRIA, Paris France)


== Directions ==
See [:days6/directions:].

SAGE Days 6: Cryptology, Number theory, and Arithmetic Geometry

The 6th SAGE days 2007 will be held the November 10-14, 2007 in Bristol, UK at http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/research/labs/heilbronn/. The Bristol webpage about SAGE Days 6 is here:

Registration

Registration will take place on Friday 9 November, at 3.00-5.00pm in Royal Fort House (Dining Room) [see map below] which is adjacent to the maths block. Tea will be served at 4.00pm. Conference packs will also be available for collection on Saturday, in the main maths block.

See [http://www.bristol.ac.uk/university/maps/precinct.html this map]: Royal Fort House (& Annexe) is 30; Mathematics (for lectures) is 29; the Marriott Hotel is just to the right of the cathedral, on College Green (see bottom of map).

Schedule

A first provisional schedule is available at [:days6/talks:]. All lectures on Saturday and Sunday, and the panel discussion on Sunday evening, will take place in the Mathematics Department (29 on the map). All activities on Monday-Wednesday will take place in the Royal Fort Annexe (30 on the map).

Organizers

Confirmed Participants (as of 2007-10-29)

Note you must register via the Bristol webpage linked above if you are not an invited participant to allow the Heilbronn institute to organize the event.

  • Michael Abshoff (Dortmund, Germany)
  • Martin Albrecht (Royal Holloway, London UK)
  • Bill Allombert ()
  • Gregory Bard (Fordham, New York USA)
  • Dan Bernstein (chicago, USA)
  • Andrew Booker (Bristol, UK)
  • Robert Bradshaw (Seattle, USA)
  • Michael Brickenstein (Oberwolfach, Germany)
  • Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College, London UK)
  • Ondrej Certik ()
  • Francis Clarke (Swansea, Wales UK)
  • William Clocksin (Oxford Brookes, UK)
  • John Cremona (Warwick, UK)
  • James Davenport (Bath, UK)
  • Burcin Erocal (Linz, Austria)
  • Jon Hanke ()
  • Bill Hart (Warwick, UK)
  • David Harvey (Harvard, USA)
  • Hendrik Hubrechts (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Kiran Kedlaya (MIT, USA)
  • Lloyd Kilford (Bristol, UK)
  • Tanja Lange (Eindhoven, NL)
  • David Loeffler (Imperial College, London UK)
  • Daniel Loughran (Bristol, UK)
  • Willem Jan Palenstijn (Leiden, NL)
  • Clement Pernet (Waterloo, Canada)
  • Ludovic Perret ()
  • David Roe ()
  • Nigel Smart (Bristol, UK)
  • Stefan Muller-Starch (Mainz, Germany)
  • Michael Stoll (Bremen, Germany)
  • Jaap Spies ()
  • William Stein (Seattle, Washington USA)
  • Nelson Stephens (Cardiff, Wales UK)
  • Graeme Taylor (Edinburgh, Scotland UK)
  • Jan Tuitman (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Mark Watkins (Bristol, UK)
  • Ralf-Phillip Weinmann (Darmstadt, Germany)
  • Chris Wuthrich (Nottingham, UK)
  • Paul Zimmerman (INRIA, Paris France)

Directions

See [:days6/directions:].

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