The CICMA / QVNTS webpage

The Quebec-Vermont Seminar is a regular bi-weekly seminar alternating between Montreal, Burlington, Vermont, and Quebec City. Founded in 1984 by Hershy Kisilevsky and David Dummit, it is one of the longest continuously-running seminars of its kind in North America. This website contains a list of (many of) lectures in the Quebec-Vermont seminars (and related activities) going back to its inception.

About the QVNTS seminar All seminars held over the last 25 years QVNTS conferences over the last 25 years

Number Theory, special year at the CRM, 2014-15: From Arithmetic Statistics to Zeta elements


























Gallery of all participants

Our graduated students Former Postdocs Sabbatical Visitors


Mailing list: CICMA maintains a mailing list in order to communicate announcements about upcoming seminars, conferences and other academic activities. If you would like to subscribe to or unsubscribe from this mailing list, please send an email to Guillermo Martinez-Zalce at the address martinez AT crm.umontreal.ca.


The Quebec-Vermont number theory seminar

Unless otherwise noted, the morning talk is at Burnside Hall, McGill, the afternoon talks at Concordia. Both on the 9th floor.


Analytic Number Theory Seminar

All talks in Aisenstadt, U de M in Room 5448

SHAPE Seminar


Upcoming events

April 18-19, 2013: Montreal-Toronto workshop on p-divisible groups at CRM, Montreal
May 3-10, 2013: Bellairs workshop on algebraic cycles on Shimura varieties, McGill's Bellairs Research Center, Holetown, Barbados
August 25-30, 2013: Effective methods for Darmon points in Barcelona
October 5-6, 2013: Quebec-Maine Conference, University of Maine
October 15-17, 2013. SCHOLAR - a Scientific Celebration Highlighting Open Lines of Arithmetic Research. In honor of Ram Murty's 60th birthday. CRM, Montreal.


News/Honours

Faculty

2013 Chantal David, Krieger-Nelson prize, Canadian Mathematical Society.

2013 Andrew Granville, Fellow, American Mathematical Society.

2011 Jayce Getz, Ferran Sunyer i Balaguer Prize for
Hilbert Modular Forms with Coefficients in Intersection Homology and Quadratic Base Change

2010 John Voight, Selfridge prize, Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS) IX, Number Theory Foundation.

2008 Henri Darmon, John L. Synge award, Royal Society of Canada.

2008 Henri Darmon, Killam Fellowship, Canada Council of the Arts.

2008 Andrew Granville, Chauvenet Prize, Mathematical Association of America.
Students

2012 Daniel Fiorilli (2011 PhD, U de M), Governor General's Gold Medal (for PhD thesis)

2011 Youness Lamzouri (2009 PhD, U de M), Doctoral Prize, Canadian Mathematical Society.

Daniel Fiorilli (U de M): 2011 NSERC postdoc at IAS, Princeton.
Cameron Franc (McGill): 2011 postdoc at UC Santa Cruz.
Yu Zhao (McGill): 2011 postdoc at Academica Sinica, Beijing
Tristan Freiberg (U de M): (2011 PhD) a postdoc at KTH in Sweden.

2011-2014: Three new co-supervised ALGANT PhD students,

Alumni

2011 Jonathan Pila, Senior Whitehead Prize, London Mathematical Society.

2011 Harald Helfgott, Adams Prize, Cambridge University.

2011 Jonathan Pila, Clay Research Award, Clay Foundation.


2013-2014 Graduate courses
Semester Course Instructor Location
Winter 2014 Introduction to Elliptic Curves and Modular Forms TBAMcGill
Algebraic Geometry IIAdrian IovitaConcordia
Introduction to Additive CombinatoricsAndrew GranvilleU de Montreal
Fall 2013 Introduction to Algebraic Geometry Adrian Iovita McGill
Introduction to Analytic Number TheoryChantal David Concordia
Introduction to rigid geometry and modular forms Payman KassaeiMcGill
Introduction to algebraic number theory TBAMcGill

Old Graduate Courses
Special Number Theory offices (with libraries)

U de Montreal: Analytic Number Theory Lab (Aisenstadt 6149) -- ask Granville, Koukoulopoulos or Lalin for the doorcode

Concordia: CICMA Lam -- 9th Floor, Library Building
We are a partner in the ALGANT network, which allows graduate students from many parts of the world to come to work in Montreal.