The p-adic Langlands programme and related topics

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King's College London

Kings Building

Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29)

Strand

WC2R 2LS

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Workshop schedule is now available here:

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Dining and Coffee:

  • Workshop dinner: There will be a workshop dinner on Thursday, May 16, at Sticky Mango. If you intend on coming, please let us know by signing up here before Monday evening. Dinner will be £30 per person not including drinks, and the number of people is limited to 50. We don't expect the limit to be a problem, but just in case, please sign up as soon as possible if you would like to attend.
  • Breaks: There will be a number of breaks in between talks during each day of the conference. During the longer breaks beverages including coffee and tea will be provided.
  • Restaurants and Coffee: The King's College cafeteria, "Chapters" (on the Strand Campus) [This is where the reception on Monday will take place], serves lunch between 1200 and 1400. It is decent food at a cheap price. They usually have three choices on their menu (usually one vegetarian). They also have some "grab and go" options. It may often be crowded but perhaps worth checking out before exploring outside. There are a few of options next door in Somerset house - "Fernandez and Wells" serves good food at reasonable price, Pennethorne's cafe on the far side (West wing of Somerset house and accessible from Lancaster place) is also very good and "Tom's Kitchen" is (according to the map in above link) is "high-end comfort food besides river". There are several places for a quick lunch in all directions but perhaps more densely packed in the direction of Covent Garden. For dinner (and also generally) you may wish to explore the south bank.

Transportation:

  • Directions to the Strand campus can be found here.
  • Visit Transport for London for everything you need to know about public transport in the city: maps, guides, London journey planner, schedules, route information and online tickets.
  • Here is a detailed guide for travelling in London.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on a range of topics in and around the local and global p-adic Langlands program. The event is funded by the ERC and the EPSRC, and is being organised as a joint activity of the “p-adic Arithmetic Geometry, Torsion Classes, and Modularity” ERC grant, and the "Langlands Programme - p-adic and Geometric Methods" EPSRC grant.

Limited funding is available to support early career researchers with travel and accommodation. Please email the organisers by February 15th for more information. PhD students are asked to have their supervisors email James Newton (j.newton@kcl.ac.uk) with a brief letter of support. (See below for the list of organisers and contact details.)

Please note the event ends at 13:00 on Friday, 17 May 2019.

Speakers will include:

> Laurent Berger, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon

> Christophe Breuil, Université Paris-Sud

> Gabriel Dospinescu, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon

> Jessica Fintzen, University of Cambridge

> Eugen Hellmann, University of Münster

> Florian Herzig, University of Toronto

> Sean Howe, Stanford University

> Yongquan Hu, Morningside Center of Mathematics

> Mahesh Kakde, King's College of London

> Brandon Levin, University of Arizona

> Ruochuan Liu, Peking University

> David Loeffler, University of Warwick

> Judith Ludwig, University of Heidelberg

> Rachel Ollivier, University of British Columbia

> Lue Pan, University of Chicago

> Tobias Schmidt, Université de Rennes 1

> Liang Xiao, University of Connecticut

> Lynnelle Ye, Harvard University

> Sarah Zerbes, University College of London




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WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom

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