A primary goal of the Upstate Number Theory Conference is to bring together the specialists from the various branches of Number Theory in the Upstate New York region and surrounding areas, and to expose younger researchers to new and old problems in the field.
General registration is now open! Click here to register.
Banquet registration is also required! A banquet will be held the evening of October 23rd in Old Chapel. Check back soon for a registration form.
Please note the important deadlines that are provided at the beginning of the general registration page.
It is expected that all participants will be required to be able to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19. We will post more details as we get closer to the conference.
- Shabnam Akhtari (University of Oregon)
- Renee Bell (University of Pennsylvania)
- Henri Darmon (McGill University)
- Andrew Sutherland (MIT)
- Christelle Vincent (University of Vermont)
- Jared Weinstein (Boston University)
- Regular registration will close on October 1st. Late registration will be accepted until the the weekend of the conference, but lodging and travel support will likely be limited, and the contributed talk schedule may be fixed.
- There is limited funding available for lodging and travel. Priority will be given to graduate students, early-career mathematicians, and individuals who will be giving talks. Applications received by September 15th will also be given priority for funding.
- Saturday Program
- 8:45-9:30am Coffee and pastries, conversation, registration and welcome. (Olin Rotunda)
- 9:30-10:30am Plenary Talk I (Olin 115)
- 10:40-11:40am Plenary Talk II (Olin 115)
- 11:55am-12:25pm Contributed Talks I
- 12:25-2:00pm Lunch break
- 2:00-3:00pm Plenary Talk III (Olin 115)
- 3:15-3:45pm Contributed Talks II
- 3:55-4:25pm Contibute Talks III
- 4:25-5:00pm Coffee break (Olin Rotunda)
- 5:00pm-6pm Plenary Talk III (Olin 115)
- 6:15-7pm Career Panel (Olin 115)
- 7:30-10pm Banquet (Old Chapel)
- Sunday Program
- 9:00-9:30am Coffee and pastries (Olin Rotunda)
- 9:30-10:30am Plenary Talk V (Olin 115)
- 10:45-11:45am Contributed Talks IV
- 12:00-1:00pm Plenary Talk VI (Olin 115)
- By car:
From the north, south, and east: From New York State Thruway exit 24, take the Northway (I-87) north to exit 6 (marked "Route 7 west"). Follow Route 7 west for 6.5 miles and bear right onto Union Street. Continue on Union Street for 2.7 miles and make a sharp right at the stoplight onto Union Avenue. After about 1000 feet, turn left through the gate to enter Union's campus, onto Alexander Lane. Continue straight for parking on the right next to the baseball field. (See the campus map for additional parking. Visitors may park in any lot.) Registration and the conference sessions are in the Olin Rotunda.
From the west: From Thruway exit 26, take I-890 east to exit 4 (Erie Boulevard). Follow Erie Boulevard north to Union Street (second light after the Amtrak station), turn right onto Union Street, and follow for one mile, and make a slight left at the stoplight onto Union Avenue. After about 1000 feet, turn left through the gate to enter Union's campus, onto Alexander Lane. Continue straight for parking on the right next to the baseball field. (See the campus map for additional parking. Visitors may park in any lot.) Registration and the conference sessions are in the Olin Rotunda.
- By air:
The Albany Airport is a 20 minute drive from campus and is served by most major airlines, including United, US Airways, Delta, and Southwest.
There is regular taxi service between the airport and Schenectady. Cabs are available outside the baggage claim area. Uber and Lyft are active in the Capital Region.
- By train:
The Schenectady Amtrak station is a ten minute walk or short taxi ride from campus. The Albany-Rensselaer Amtrak station is a 30 minute taxi ride from campus, but has more frequent service from NYC and points south than the Schenectady station.
- Alexander Borisov, Binghamton University
- C. Douglas Haessig, University of Rochester
- Jeffrey Hatley, Union College
- Joseph Hundley, SUNY at Buffalo
- Ravi Ramakrishna, Cornell University
- Dinesh Thakur, University of Rochester
- David Zywina, Cornell University
- Cornell University, 2019
- University at Buffalo, 2018
- Binghamton University, 2017
- University of Rochester, 2016
- Cornell University, 2015
- University at Buffalo, 2014
- Binghamton University, 2013
- University of Rochester, 2012
- Cornell University, 2011
To register, please click this link and follow the instructions there. Please make note of the following:
There will be a conference banquet the evening of October 23rd. Registration will be required, and the cost will be around $25. Check back soon for more details and a registration form.
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Lodging: We will hold blocks of rooms at local hotels for a discounted rate. Check back soon for more information.
Union College is centrally located in New York's Capital District about 10 miles from the Albany International Airport, easily accessible by train from NYC, and just 3 to 4 hours by car from NYC, Boston, Philadelphia, and Montreal.
Here is a campus map, which indicates several parking lots, all of which may be used by visitors for free. Registration and the plenary talks will be held in Olin Center (building 44 on the campus map). Google maps link to Olin Center.
Websites for the previous iterations of this conference can be found here:
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Support for the 2021 Upstate Number Theory Conference was provided by the National Science Foundation (Award #1901866). The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the planning committee and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
We thank the Journal of Number Theory and Elsevier for additional funding in support of the conference.