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Midwest Representation Theory Conference

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, March 11–13, 2022


The 45th Midwest Representation Theory Conference will address recent progress in the theory of representations for groups over non-archimedean local fields, and connections of this theory to other areas within mathematics, notably number theory and geometry.

If you like to participate, please apply by February 14 (which allows you to apply for funding as well, if desired). We are grateful to the National Science Foundation for their financial support.

The conference will feature a sequence of contributed talks, and we encourage you both to apply to give such a talk and to advertise this opportunity to graduate students and colleagues. We especially encourage early-career participants from the broader Midwest region to apply. Review of applications will start on February 7.



Speakers:
Melissa Emory (University of Toronto)
David Goldberg (Purdue University)
Karol Koziol (University of Michigan)
Josh Lansky (American University)
Elizabeth Milićević* (Haverford College)
Freydoon Shahidi (Purdue University)
tbd (you can apply to give a talk!)

(* To be confirmed.)

View from Stephen's office

Organizers: Stephen DeBacker (Michigan), Jessica Fintzen (Cambridge/Duke), Muthu Krishnamurthy (Iowa), Loren Spice (Texas Christian University).