University of Chicago Number Theory SeminarFall 2013: Tuesday 1:302:50pm, room E 202 
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Date 
Speaker 
Title 

October 1 
Introduction to padic Hodge theory 

October 8 
Simon Marshall

Endoscopy and cohomology growth on U(3) 
October 15 
Stefan Patrikis

Potential automorphy of regular selfdual motives 
October 22 
David P. Roberts

Hypergeometric motives and their wild ramification 
October 29 
Jerry Wang

Pencils of quadrics and the arithmetic of hyperelliptic curves 
November 5 
Wei Ho

Families of latticepolarized K3 surfaces 
November 12 
Haruzo Hida

Big image of automorphic Galois representations and congruence ideals 
November 19 
Eyal Goren

Intersection theory on GSpin Shimura varieties and a conjecture of Bruinier and Yang 
November 26 
Zhiwei Yun

Moments of Kloosterman sums and modular forms

December 3 
Benjamin Howard

Supersingular points on some orthogonal and unitary Shimura varieties

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