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- Colorado State University
- Fort Collins, Colorado
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- Hanson Smith, Özlem Ejder
I am excited to announce that Colorado State University will be hosting the first Front Range Number Theory Day on September 29. The goal of the F.R.N.T.D. is to provide a venue for the faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates on the Front Range who are interested in number theory to meet, learn, and collaborate. We hope the F.R.N.T.D. will allow participants to get a sense of what those around them are working on and interested in. Further, we think the F.R.N.T.D. will help build an even stronger sense of community among number theorist on the Front Range.
We will have talks by Álvaro Lozano-Robledo (University of Connecticut), Jamie Juul (University of British Columbia), Jeremy Booher (University of Arizona), and an undergraduate-friendly lecture by Kate Stange (University of Colorado, Boulder). In addition to these talks, we will have a poster session for graduate and undergraduate research. We encourage any students who've done work at all related to number theory to present a poster. The F.R.N.T.D. will also be a great opportunity for students who are interested in number theory to explore the subject more.
We are happy to have all who can attend; however, we do not have the funds to offer travel funding. Please register on the website (https://sites.google.com/colorado.edu/front-range-number-theory-day/home). Feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or my co-organizer Özlem Ejder (email@example.com) with any questions.
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