The Fourth Montreal-Toronto Workshop in Number Theory.
April 28-29, 2012, CRM Montreal.
Organizers: Eyal Goren (McGill) and Steve Kudla (Toronto)

The Fourth Montreal-Toronto Workshop is devoted to Cycles on Kuga Fibre Varieties. Funding for these events is provided by the CRM and Fields Institutes.

The lectures will take place at the lecture hall on the 6-th floor of the CRM (Pavillon Andre Aisenstadt, room 6214). Here is a precise schedule.

All participants are requested to register. Registration is free, but mandatory. All participants are requested to let us know at time of registration whether they want to come to dinner on Saturday night (that will be significantly subsidized, but not free). Please indicate it in the "further information" field. It is important for the CRM to collect this information, and for us
when we apply to renew our funding.

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Arrival of the Toronto delegation.
Informal discussions.

Picture from the conference (thanks Luiz!)


9:00     Coffee and pastries at the lounge hall adjacent to the lecture hall
9:30     Cycles 101 - Eyal Goren
10:30   Break  

10:45   Kuga Varieties I - Dylan Attwell-Duval
11:30   Break
11:45   Kuga Varieties II - Andrew Fiori

12:30   Lunch Break

2:30     Intermediate Jacobians and Abel-Jacobi maps - Patrick Walls
3:20     Bloch's recurring fantasy - Zong
4:00     Coffee break
4:30     Schoen's work I- Siddarth Sankaran
5:00     Schoen's work II - Zavosh Amir Koshravi
5:45     Schoen's work III - Brian Smithling
6:30     Day ends

7:30     Joint Dinner

9:00       Coffee and pastries.
9:30       Generalised Heegner cycles and intermediate Jacobians of Kuga-Sato varieties I - Henri Darmon
10:45     Generalised Heegner cycles and intermediate Jacobians of Kuga-Sato varieties II - Kartik Prasanna

12:00     Mellit's thesis - Steve Kudla
13:00     End of Program