N-cube Days VII, Stockholm, October 20-21, 2017

ℕordic ℕumber theory ℕetwork


KTH (room F3, friday) and Stockholm university (house 5, room 14, saturday.)


Some hints on how to get to KTH/SU via public transportation:

  • KTH (subway station "Tekniska högskolan")
  • SU (bus stop "Albano"; the subway stop "Stockholm Universitet" is about 1 km away.)


  • Neil Dummigan, University of Sheffield
  • Arno Kret, University of Amsterdam
  • Kaisa Matomäki, University of Turku
  • Ben Moonen, Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Rachel Newton, University of Reading
  • Morten Risager, University of Copenhagen
  • Leila Schneps, Jussieu
  • Arne Smeets, Radboud University Nijmegen


Friday (all lectures at KTH, room F3)

  • 13:00 – 13:05 Welcome
  • 13:05 – 13:55 Rachel Newton, Transcendental Brauer groups of products of elliptic curves
  • 14:05 – 14:55 Morten Risager, Arithmetic statistics of modular symbols
  • 14:55 – 15:20 Coffee break
  • 15:20 – 16:10 Leila Schneps, Multiple zeta values in genus 0 and 1
  • 16:20 – 17:10 Kaisa Matomäki, Correlations of von Mangoldt and higher order divisor functions
  • 18:00 – Social Dinner

Saturday (all lectures at SU, house 5, room 14.)

  • 8:45 – 9:35 Arno Kret, Galois representations for the general symplectic group
  • 9:40 – 10:30 Ben Moonen, Half-twists and some cases of the Tate conjecture
  • 10:30 – 10:55 Coffee break
  • 10:55 – 11:45 Arne Smeets, Pseudo-split fibres and a geometric Ax–Kochen theorem
  • 11:50 – 12:40 Neil Dummigan, Automorphic forms on Feit’s Hermitian lattices

Titles and abstracts can be found in the program.


Jonas Bergström (SU), Wushi Goldring (SU), Pär Kurlberg (KTH), and David Rydh (KTH).

Registration / conference dinner:

There is no registration fee but if you want to participate we kindly ask you to send an email to Wushi Goldring, at wgoldring@math.su.se .

If you want to attend the dinner (on friday evening), please send an email to Wushi Goldring (email above) before October 9 and please mention any food restrictions you may have.


Most participants are expected to cover their travel and hotel costs on their own; for younger participants there is some possibility of partial travel support. Contact Wushi Goldring (email above.)


Elite Hotel Arcadia is one option, it is conveniently located for quick access to both KTH and SU.