
Thirteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium ANTSXIII
University of Wisconsin, Madison
July 16 – 20, 2018
Thirteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTSXIII)
July 16 – 20, 2018

Talks will all be given in 1310 Grainger Hall.
Click on the title of any paper below to see its abstract and
a preconference preprint.
Slides from the conference talks are also now available by clicking on the title of the talk. Or download all the papers as one concatenated
[pdf] or
as a
[zip] folder containing each paper as a separate pdf
file.
Sunday, July 15
79 PM 
Welcome Gathering9th Floor Van Vleck Hall 
Monday, July 16
8:459:00 
Welcome 
9:0010:00 
Noam Elkies Curves with many points over number fields 
10:0010:30 
Coffee break 
10:3012:00 
A. Gélin, E. W. Howe and C. Ritzenthaler Principally polarized squares of elliptic curves with field of moduli equal to Q
S. Chan, J. Hanselman and W. Li Ranks, 2selmer groups, and Tamagawa numbers of elliptic curves with Z/2Z x Z/8Ztorsion
M. Musty, S. Schiavone, J. Sijsling and J. Voight A database of Belyĭ maps

1:302:30 
E. Costa, D. Harvey and K. S. Kedlaya Zeta functions of nondegenerate hypersurfaces in toric varieties via controlled reduction in padic cohomology
N. Bruin, J. Sijsling and A. Zotine Numerical computation of endomorphism rings of Jacobians

2:303:00 
Coffee break 
3:004:30 
K. S. Kedlaya and A. Medvedovsky Mod2 dihedral Galois representations of prime conductor
O. Colman, A. Ghitza and N. C. Ryan Analytic evaluation of Hecke eigenvalues for Siegel
modular forms of degree two
D. Kohel Arithmetic statistics of Galois groups

© 20172018 Jennifer Paulhus (with thanks to Kiran S. Kedlaya, and by extension Pierrick Gaudry and Emmanuel Thomé)