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


The [:days6/talks: schedule is here]. 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). Also, see [http://ondrejcertik.blogspot.com/search/label/sage Ondrej's blog].


[:days6/pictures: Post links to pictures on this page.]

Coding Sprints

[:/sprint: Coding Sprint Organization Page]


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 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.

Late arrivals

If you will be arriving too late for registration on Friday: for invited participants staying in the Marriott Hotel, you will find an envelope for you at the hotel containing maps and local information, which should be at least enough for you to find the Mathematics Department on Saturday morning. Allow 15-20 minutes for the (uphill!) walk.

We may plan some informal activities on Friday evening: watch this space.

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).

Mailing list


Confirmed Participants (final, as of 2007-10-31)

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 (Montpellier, France)
  • Gregory Bard (Fordham, New York USA)
  • Dan Bernstein (Chicago, USA)
  • Bryan Birch (Oxford, UK)
  • Andrew Booker (Bristol, UK)
  • Robert Bradshaw (Seattle, USA)
  • Michael Brickenstein (Oberwolfach, Germany)
  • Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College, London UK)
  • Ondrej Certik (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Francis Clarke (Swansea, Wales UK)
  • William Clocksin (Oxford Brookes, UK)
  • John Cremona (Warwick, UK)
  • James Davenport (Bath, UK)
  • Burcin Erocal (Linz, Austria)
  • Jon Hanke (Duke, USA)
  • 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 (INRIA, Paris France)
  • David Roe (Harvard, USA)
  • Nigel Smart (Bristol, UK)
  • Stefan Muller-Starch (Mainz, Germany)
  • Michael Stoll (Bremen, Germany)
  • Jaap Spies (NL)
  • 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)


See [:days6/directions:].

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