Bay Area Algebraic Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry Day 15
Saturday, December 2, 2017
University of California, Berkeley
Rooms: Evans Hall room 740 for lectures, 1015 for breaks
Julia Gordon (UBC)
Jeremy Lovejoy (CNRS/Berkeley)
Yiannis Sakellaridis (Rutgers)
Jan Vonk (McGill)
Preston Wake (UCLA)
||Coffee/Bagels (Evans 1015)
|Dinner, location TBD
Please RSVP to sdasgup2 (at) ucsc (dot) edu
Titles and Abstracts:
To park in a campus parking lot, you can purchase a permit from a ticket dispenser located in the lot.
Permits should be placed on your dashboard. It costs $12 to park all day, and the dispensers take credit cards.
If you have a parking permit of the correct "strength" from another UC campus, you can
park for free by displaying your UC permit.
The Berkeley campus has
a method to pay for campus parking via mobile phones. To use this service, you can set up an account ahead of time as described on the web page and download the iPhone or Android app ahead of time as well.
A list of parking lots is available here;
clicking on the fifth link "Campus Parking Lots" sends you to a
Google map displaying the lots.
Scroll down on the left panel until you see the name of the desired parking lot; click on the name and you get a description of the lot and its capacities.
Two recommended parking locations are the Upper Hearst Parking Structure and the Lower Hearst Parking Structure.
The easiest solution is to park on level 1 of the Lower Hearst Structure. This structure is on the north side of Hearst Avenue, just south of Euclid. Because Hearst is a divided road, you need to be heading west on Hearst in order to turn into the lot. Walking to Evans Hall from either structure takes less than 5 minutes.
There is no formal registration, but if you plan to attend, we would appreciate an email to sdasgup2 at ucsc dot edu to
help plan the event, especially if you plan to attend the dinner afterwards.
There will be a dinner following the conference at 6:00pm, at a location to be announced.
Please send an email to sdasgup2 at ucsc dot edu if you plan to attend. Graduate students will be partially subsidized at the dinner. We thank the UC Santa Cruz Mathematics Department, the Math Research Center at Stanford University, and the UC Berkeley Mathematics Department for partial financial support.