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Thirteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium ANTS-XIII
University of Wisconsin, Madison
July 16 – 20, 2018

Thirteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS-XIII)
July 16 – 20, 2018

Policy on Harassment and Discrimination

ANTS is committed to fostering a positive environment for all participants of the conference. For this conference we are adopting the Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment for Members and Event Attendees set out by the Association for Computing Machinery. Participants in the XIII Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium are expected to adhere to all of the policies described at that link. Violations of this policy could result in dismissal from the conference.

In regard to section B of the ACM Policy, if you believe there has been a violation of these policies, we encourage you to reach out to one of the conference organizers, or the University of Wisconsin Madison Police Department at their non-emergency number 608-264-COPS.

Additionally, the University of Wisconsin has a policy regarding harassment and discrimination which governs all guests of the campus. It may be found at:



Early bird special (by June 8, 2018):
  • Regular: $300
  • Student: $150

  • Regular: $350
  • Student: $200
  • Cancellation Policy

    We will offer a refund minus a $20 administrative handling fee for any cancellation before July 2. After that there will be no refund.

    If you would like to request a refund before July 2, you should contact the local organizers as antsmath2018 [at] gmail [dot] com.

    Ready To Register?

    Before you register, make sure you understand the Policy on Harassment and Discrimination above.

    You will also be asked if you want to buy banquet tickets or apply for support from the conference. (If your ad blocker prevents you from choosing a food option for the banquet, please just complete your registration and we will contact you later for your food selection.)

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