This is the seventh annual event of Number Theory Down Under, a meeting which promotes number theory in Australia.
It brings together Australian and international number theorists to share ideas, pursue collaborative work and establish connections to other fields of mathematics.
This year NTDU-7 will span four days, from the 30th of September
to the 3rd of October 2019 and will be hosted by the
Number Theory Group at the University of New South Wales. We especially welcome colleagues from other areas who incur some problems of number theoretic flavour.
We hope that this year, as in all previous years, this meeting will lead to a fruitful exchange of ideas and
initiate new developments and collaborations.
- Dzmitry Badziahin (Univ. of Sydney)
- Antal Balog (Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics)
- Olivier Ramare (Univ. Aix-Marseille)
Program and Abstracts
You can down download the program and the abstracts
Journal of Number Theory has established a
Prize of $250 for the best student's talk.
Registration and Participation:
- There are four types of registration for the workshop (fees are in AUD):
The organisers reserve the rights to request a reasonable proof
of eligibility for each of the reduced fee options.
- Academics with grants $250
- Academics without grants $125
- Retired Academics $100
- Student Participants $100
To register please follow this
The registration deadline is
15 September, 2019, unless you wish to give a talk:
- Contributed Talks: If you would like to be considered, please email us a title and short abstract,
using this TEX style file
by 30 August, 2019. You must register before you submit your abstract.
Please send your abstract to Lee Zhao.
- Here is the list of registered participants.
Student's Travel Support:
Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
subsidy of travel and accommodation for students from Australian universities.
A Kensington Campus map can be downloaded from here.
More information about getting to UNSW and navigating
on Kensington Campus is available from
All non-Australian citizens or permanent residents travelling to Australia require a visa.
If you have a valid New Zealand passport, you can travel to Australia and you will be issued with a Special Category Visa (SCV) on arrival.
See the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website for details on visitor visa options. In particular, citizens from some eligible countries can apply online for an eVisitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA).
A list of recommended hotels can be found here.
Some useful tourist information
can be found here.
Program and Organisation Committee:
We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the
NSW Government (general support)
Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (student's travel support)
Journal of Number Theory
(general support and the student's prize)
School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW (general support)