All lectures will take place in room 80121.

MONDAY, December 8
10.00-10.30 Jay Jorgenson: Spectral asymptotics on elliptically degenerating Riemann surfaces
10.40-11.25 Samuel Patterson: The life of Kurt Heegner
11.35-12.20 Jim Haglund: Some multi-variate conjectures involving the zeros of polynomials and analytic functions
12.30-13.00 Holger Then: Numerical computation of Maass cusp forms. How to find all eigenvalues in a given interval
14.45-15.30 Fredrik Strömberg: On computations of vector-valued Poincaré series and harmonic weak Maass forms
16.00-16.30 Andrew Booker: Computing automorphic forms on GL(2) and GL(3)
16.40-17.10 Andreas Strömbergsson: Rigorous computation of Maass forms

TUESDAY, December 9
10.00-10.45 Nikolai Proskurin: On the zeros of the L-function associated to the cubic theta function
10.55-11.40 Christopher Hughes: Moments of S(t)
11.50-12.20 Stefan Lemurell: Deformations and Maass waveforms
14.00-14.45 Jens Marklof: Horospherical averages and applications
15.00- CELEBRATION - in the maths department's lunch and coffee room (4th floor)
16.15-16.45 Dennis Hejhal: Eigenvalues, gaussians, and zeros: some remarks
17.00-17.30 Alexei Venkov: A classical approach to the Maass forms on the Jacobi half-space

WEDNESDAY, December 10
10.15-11.00 Morten Risager: Distribution of hyperbolic lattice points
11.15-12.00 Pär Kurlberg: Dynamical analogues of the Mordell-Lang Conjecture and the Mumford gap principle
12.15-13.00 Yiannis Petridis: On embedded eigenvalues
14.30-15.00 Peter Sarnak: Unipotent orbits at prime exponents (talk presented by Strömbergsson)
15.10-15.40 Dieter Mayer: The transfer operator approach to Hecke triangle groups