CNTA XI :: Acadia University :: July 11-16, 2010
The XIth meeting of the Canadian Number Theory Association will take place at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia during the week July 11-16, 2010.
Ribenboim Prize in Number Theory
The Ribenboim Prize, for distinguished research in number theory by a mathematician who is Canadian or has connections to
Canadian mathematics, is normally awarded every 2-4 years in conjunction with a CNTA meeting. The first five Ribenboim
prizes were awarded to Andrew Granville (1999), Henri Darmon (2002),
Michael Bennett (2004), Vinayak Vatsal (2006) and Adrian Iovita (2008).
Valentin Blomer of the University of Toronto and the University
of Göttingen has been named the recipient of the 2010 Ribenboim
Prize. The Prize will be presented at this summer's meeting.
Valentin Blomer of the University of Toronto and the University of Göttingen has been named the recipient of the 2010 Ribenboim Prize.
The Prize will be presented at this summer's meeting.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
More details will be added on the following pages as they become available.
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