Organizers: Dori Bejleri and Amin Gholampour
When: Monday or Wednesday @ 2pm

Where: generally in MTH 3206, see below

Starting fall of 2021 the seminar will be hybrid. When possible it will be held in person in the Colloquium Room (3206) of the mathematics department. In additition it will be sometimes be available live on Zoom. The password is the first six Fibonacci numbers (starting at 0). University of Maryland users will be admitted directly. Other users should use their first and last names, and will be admitted from the waiting room. In many cases the video and/or slides will be available on this page following the lecture.

In Fall 2023, the seminar will generally be in MTH 3206 except on the following dates when the room is booked for something else; announcements will be made here.

Number Theory and Representation Theory Seminar

Johns Hopkins-University of Maryland Algebra and Number Theory Day

This year's Maryland Distinguished Lectures in Algebra and Number Theory will be held in Spring 2024. Our speaker will be Zhiwei Yun (MIT).  Further details TBA.

Videos and Slides Fall 2023 to Spring 2024:


Here is the link to the archived Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, which ran until Spring 2023.

Archives: F2023-S2024 

  • TBA (Postponed to Fall 2024)

    Speaker: Fanjun Meng (Johns Hopkins University ) -

    When: Fri, August 30, 2024 - 2:00pm
    Where: Kirwan Hall 3206