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June 20-24, 2022

The conference is devoted to equidistribution results for algebraic numbers, and more generally, points of small height in various number theoretic settings, with emphasis on applications to arithmetic dynamics. Twelve one-hour plenary talks and several sessions of 25-minute contributed talks will be scheduled. We will also have problem sessions and discussion groups with the goal of compiling a list of problems and setting possible approaches to their solutions. Graduate students and recent PhDs, particularly women and underrepresented minorities, are especially encouraged to participate. Two introductory mini-courses, on the uniform distribution of algebraic numbers and on arithmetic dynamics, will be given at the conference. 


The conference is supported by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation and the Vaughn Foundation in Number Theory. 


Organizing Committee:

Igor Pritsker (Chair), John Doyle, and Paul Fili

Plenary Speakers

*indicates a talk that will be given virtually

Dmitriy Bilyk

University of Minnesota

Arturas Dubickas

Vilnius University

Andrew Granville*

Université de Montréal

Lars Kühne

University of Copenhagen

Matilde Lalin*

Université de Montréal

Juan Rivera-Letelier

University of Rochester

Myrto Mavraki

Harvard University

Robert Rumely

University of Georgia

Joseph Silverman

Brown University

Thomas Tucker

University of Rochester

Jeffrey Vaaler*

University of Texas, Austin

Umberto Zannier*

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

List of Participants

List of contributed problems


Recognizing the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, please note that changes to the format (e.g., moving to a hybrid format) or list of plenary speakers might be necessary.

The conference took place at Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA. Hosted by the Department of Mathematics, supported by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation, and the Vaughn Foundation in Number Theory.


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