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The research school consist of three 2-day mini-courses, taught by teams of internationally renowned researchers, who are known to be excellent teachers; see the schedule and the topics below. We expect 40-55 students. Each day begins with 3 hours of lecture; in the afternoons the students work through exercises. All school participants are encouraged to stay and speak in the workshop that follows; all workshop participants who want to speak are scheduled to do so. Click here to view the poster.

 For optimal consideration, Summer School applicants should apply by May 15, 2022.

 Prerequisites: Number Theory, Complex Analysis, Modular Forms, and (strongly recommended) Representation Theory of Groups at the undergraduate or 1st year post-graduate level.


The courses are scheduled 9am-5:30pm each day, with a lunch break. They will be held in at the third floor of the Business Academy building. Three rooms at the third floor will be available for working in groups during the exercise sessions.





Lattices, finite quadratic modules, and  Weil representations

Nils Skoruppa (Siegen), Fredrik Stromberg (Nottingham)

Monday and Tuesday

Homogeneous Dynamics and Number Theory

Anders Karlsson (Geneve), Andreas Strombergsson (Uppsala)

Wednesday and Thursday

Quantum Ergodicity and Subconvexity of L-functions

Kathrin Maurischat (Heidelberg), Yiannis Petridis (London)

Friday and Saturday



For successful applicants the organisers will arrange and pay for the hotel rooms in the Hotel Astra Garni  and subsidize a part of their travel costs. Due to limited funding available, students will be  asked to share their rooms, if possible. 

The summer school will have space for some self-funded students,  who can register and book accomodation for negotiated half-price hotel rates. 

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