- Thursday, September 7 (in Montréal):

AM - Ram Murty, McGill University,*On the abc conjecture*

PM - David Dummit, University of Vermont,*Computing Stark units for totally real cubic fields*

- Thursday, September 21 (in Montréal):

AM - Linghsueh Shu, University of Vermont,*Class numbers of cyclotomic extensions of function fields*

PM - Cornelius Greither, Université Laval,*On Chinburg's second conjecture*

- Thursday, October 5 (in Vermont):

AM - C.S. Rajan, McGill University,*On the size of the Shafarevich-Tate groups of elliptic curves over function fields*

PM - David Hayes, University of Massachusetts at Amherst,*How to use Stark's conjecture to solve a^2 + b^2 = p*

- Thursday, October 19 (in Montréal):

AM - Harold Stark, University of California at San Diego,*Path Zeta Functions of Graphs*

PM - Seon-In Kwon, CICMA,*Quaternion Covers of Elliptic Curves*

- Thursday, November 2 (in Montréal):

AM - Hershy Kisilevsky, Concordia University,*Survey talk on Iwasawa theory*

PM - William Banks, CICMA,*The nonexistence of Siegel zeroes on GL(3)*

- Thursday, November 16 (in Montréal):

AM - Barry Mazur, Harvard University,*Families of modular eigenforms*

PM - Guenther Frei, Université Laval,*On the development leading to Artin's reciprocity law*

- Thursday, November 30 (in Vermont):

AM - Jiu-Kang Yu, Princeton University,*The Cohen-Lenstra heuristic in the function field case*

PM - Li Guo, Institute for Advanced Studies,*Special values of L-functions and Iwasawa theory*

- Thursday, December 14 (in Montréal):

AM - Damien Roy, University of Ottawa,*Simultaneous approximation and algebraic independence*

PM - Ted Chinburg, University of Pennsylvania,*The inverse problem of Galois module structure theory*

- Thursday January 25 (in Montréal):

AM - Ram Murty, McGill University,*Artin's conjecture on primitive roots and elliptic analogues*

PM - David Hayes, University of Massachusetts at Amherst,*Analytic continuation via Fourier analysis*

- Thursday February 8 (in Vermont):

AM - Nigel Boston, University of Illinois,*Some developments in Galois representations*

PM - Nigel Boston, University of Illinois,*Dirichlet series attached to (pro)infinite groups*

- Thursday February 22 (in Montréal):

AM - Cornelius Greither, Université Laval,*Integral normal bases in tame abelian extensions of imaginary quadratic fields*

AM - Werner Lutkebohmert, Ulm University / IAS,*The structure of proper p-adic groups*

- Thursday March 7 (in Montréal):

AM - C.S. Rajan, McGill University,*Density results for characters, strong multiplicity one, and non-normal cubic lift*

PM - Josep Gebel, CICMA,*Computing integer points on elliptic curves over the rationals with applications to Mordell's equation*

- Thursday March 21 (in Montréal):

AM - Serge Lang, Yake University,*Zeta functions and Heat Kernels on Hilbert-Asai Modular varieties*

PM - Serge Lang, Yake University,*Recent work on the Shafarevich Conjecture for K3 Surfaces*

- Friday March 29 (in Montréal):

PM - Ravi Raghunathan, Yale University,*A converse theorem for Dirichet series with poles*

PM - Yuri Zarhin, Pennsylvania State University,*p-adic abelian integrals and Neron pairings*

- Thursday April 4 (in Montréal):

AM - Linghsueh Shu, University of Vermont,*Periodic and non-periodic counting sequences*

PM - David Dummit, University of Vermont,*Two remarks: on a theorem of Armitage-Frohlich and on embedding global torsion in local torsion*

- Thursday April 18 (in Vermont):

AM - Karl Rubin, Ohio State University,*Euler systems for p-adic representations I*

PM - Karl Rubin, Ohio State University,*Euler systems for p-adic representations II*

- Thursday May 2 (in Montréal):

AM - Ken Kramer, Queen's College (CUNY),*Bounding conductors of abelian varieties over local fields*

PM - Francesco Pappalardi, University of Rome III,*On the existence of normal basis over finite fields related to the Gauss Sums*