Sage Days 44: Overconvergent Modular Forms in Sage
January 31–February 3, 2013, University of Wisconsin, Madison
This workshop will focus on implementing algorithms for p-adic overconvergent modular forms and modular symbols in Sage, with applications to computing p-adic L-functions.
There will be a few talks, but most of the time will be devoted to working on Sage code.
Conference activities will begin Thursday morning and conclude Sunday afternoon, so try to fly in on Wednesday afternoon or evening and depart Sunday evening.
Schedule so far:
Thursday, 9:30am–10:45am, Van Vleck B341 • Robert Pollack • An introduction to overconvergent modular symbols
Thursday, 11am-12pm, Van Vleck 9th floor lounge • Project planning session
Friday, 10am–11am, Van Vleck B341 • Marc Masdeu • Quaternionic modular symbols in Sage ( Slides)
Friday, 2pm-2:30pm, Van Vleck 9th floor lounge • Status Reports
Saturday, 10am-11am, Van Vleck B341 • David Loeffler • p-adic L-functions and modular forms
Saturday, 2pm-2:30pm, Van Vleck 9th floor lounge • Status Reports
Saturday, 3pm-4pm, Van Vleck B341 • Robert Harron • Hida families and families of overconvergent modular symbols
Sunday, 10am-11am, Van Vleck 9th floor lounge • Final Status Reports
See the projects page for our objectives for the workshop.
Here is a link to a google map with some relevant locations.
The following people have been invited. Some funding may be available, so if you're interested in attending please contact David Roe.
- Jen Balakrishnan (confirmed)
- Rachel Davis (local)
- Evan Dummit (local)
- Taylor Dupuy (confirmed)
- Cameron Franc (confirmed)
- Marci Hablicsek (local)
- Lalit Jain (local)
- David Loeffler (confirmed)
- Marc Masdeu (confirmed)
- Rob Pollack (confirmed)
- Daniel Ross (local)
- Julian Ruth (confirmed)
- Christelle Vincent (confirmed)
- Jan Vonk (confirmed)
- Soroosh Yazdani (confirmed)
- Rob Harron
- David Roe - roed [dot] math [at] gmail [dot] com
- William Stein
We have rooms set aside at the Lowell Center. Please tell us by December 20th if you will be requiring lodging (no need to book the room yourself). The hotel is in a great location a block from State Street, on the lakefront, and a 10 minute walk from the math department.