The Ruth Moufang Lectures is a yearly distinguished lecture series addressing a broad mathematical audience in honour of Ruth Moufang, one of the major figures at Goethe University Frankfurt and a pioneer among women in mathematics. Each year, we will invite a major, up-and-coming international figure working in the area of Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry.
This year’s speaker will be Sarah Zerbes with three lectures. The lectures will circle around the BSD conjecture and Euler systems. The precise details still need to be fixed but we can already tell you that the schedule will look like this:
Sarah Zerbes: tba
1st lecture: November 9, it will be given as a colloquium talk at the usual time of the Darmstadt colloquium taking place at 5:15 pm.
2nd lecture: November 10, late morning, around 11 am
3rd lecture: November 10, afternoon, around 2 pm
Lectures 2 and 3 are aimed at mathematicians with a background in number theory while lecture 1 should be accessible for a more general audience.
|CEST||Wednesday, November 9, 2022||Thursday, November 10, 2022|
|5:15 pm||colloquium talk|
|11 am||Sarah Zerbes: tba|
|2 pm||Sarah Zerbes: tba|