Pan Asian Number Theory Conference
July 23--July 27, 2012
IISER Pune, India
The Pan Asian Number Theory Conferences are held annually in Asia, with the aim of encouraging collaboration in research amongst Asian number theorists. Previous PANT Conferences have been held in Pohang, Korea (2009), Kyoto, Japan (2010), and Beijing, China (2011). The PANT Conference aims to cover current developments in all major areas of research in Number Theory. Virtually all speakers are of Asian origin, with an emphasis on young researchers.
IISER Pune is among the new premier teaching and research institutes. started by the Government of India. It is located in the culturally interesting and technologically developing city of Pune in the Western mountainous range of India. The closest airport is Mumbai, and IISER Pune is around 150 kms from Mumbai Airport. The other major cities in India have flight connections to Pune Lohegaon Airport, which is around 20 kms from the IISER.
The conference will be preceded by Workshop on Bloch-Kato Conjectures (July 17-21, 2012) at the same venue. Kindly indicate whether you wish to participate in only the Conference or both the Workshop as well as the Conference.
Limited support is available for Indian participants.