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Professor Frank Calegari, The University of Chicago
The Mahler lectures are a biennial activity organised by the Australian Mathematical Society, and supported by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. The tour invites a prominent international mathematician to travel to Australian universities to deliver lectures at a variety of levels, including several public lectures.
The University of Chicago
Frank Calegari is a Professor at the University of Chicago.
His research is in the area of algebraic number theory. Frank is particularly interested in the Langlands programme, especially, the notion of reciprocity linking Galois representations and motives to automorphic forms. For reprints and preprints, please visit the research page on his website. Frank is a former American Institute of Mathematics 5-year fellow.
|DATE||TIME (To be confirmed)||TITLE (To be confirmed)||VENUE||STATE|
|23 Nov||The University of Sydney||NSW|
|25 Nov||The University of Queensland||QLD|
|28 Nov||Australian National University||ACT|
|30 Nov||The University of Newcastle||NSW|
|2 Dec||The University of Wollongong||NSW|
|5-9 Dec||AustMS Conference. Plenary lecture TBC||UNSW||NSW|
|12 Dec||The University of Melbourne||VIC|
|14 Dec||La Trobe University||VIC|
|16 Dec||Monash University||VIC|
|*all times will be in host local time|
Professor Frank Calegari will be presenting a series of Number Theory lectures around the country. Join our E-news mailing list to hear the latest announcements about the Mahler Lecture Tour.
2015: Professor Manjul Bhargava, Princeton University