Wednesday,
June 13
8.30-9.00 registration
9.00-10.00 Masato Wakayama Special values of the spectral zeta
functions for the non-commutative harmonic oscillator and elliptic curves
10.20-11.20 Yuri Nesterenko Euler and transcendental numbers
11.40-12.40 Dorian Goldfeld From Euler Products to Multiple
Dirichlet Series
14.30-15.30 Yuri I. Manin Modular shadows
16.00-17.00 Nobushige Kurokawa Determinants of Euler operators
17.15-18.15 Mikhail Bondarko
The universal Euler characteristic for motives
18.30 Welcome party
Thursday, June 14
9.00-10.00 Matilde Marcolli How noncommutative geometry looks at
number theory
10.20-11.20 Freydoon Shahidi
Euler products
11.40-12.40 Ehud de Shalit
Cohomology of p-adically uniformized varieties
14.30-15.30 Nikolai Durov Generalized rings and Arakelov geometry
16.00-17.00 Piotr Krason On the image of l-adic representation
for abelian varieties
17.15-18.15 Yu. G. Zarhin Abelian varieties and homotheties
Friday, June 15
10:00 EXCURSION to PETERHOF
a bus from Euler Institute
19:00 CONFERENCE PARTY Andesen Hotel, Chapygina, 4
Saturday, June 16
9.00-10.00 Lin Weng
General Class Field Theory
10.20-11.20 Don Zagier Special values of L-series
11.40-12.40 G. Wuestholz Euler's influence on number theory - some
aspects
14.30-15.30 Ivan Fesenko Euler products on
arithmetic surfaces and the double face of their adelic structures
16.00-17.00 Francesco Baldassarri Differential equations on
Berkovich analytic spaces
17.15-18.15 Bas Edixhoven Computational aspects of Galois
representations associated to modular forms
Sunday, June 17
9.00-9.30 Giedrius Alkauskas
Continued fractions: the moments of Minkowski function
9.40-10.10 Sergei Vostokov The classical reciprocity law as an
example of analogy between the number field case and function field case
10.10-11.30 Coffee
break
10.30-11.30 Leonid Kuzmin One new type of the l-adic regulator
(the regulator without logarithms)
11.30 a bus
from Euler Institute to the University embankment
12:30 a Boat
Trip from University embankment, 5
15:00 EULER
EXCURSION
Monday,
June 18
9.00-10.00 Cornelius Greither On the capitulation problem for
class groups of group rings
10.20-11.20 Karl Rubin Growth of ranks of elliptic curves in
extensions of number fields
11.40-12.40 Massimo Bertolini Higher cycles and exotic Heegner
points
14.30-15.30 Christopher Deninger
Analytic torsion and a conjecture of Lichtenbaum
16.00-17.00 Hirotaka Akatsuka
The double Riemann zeta function
17.15-18.15 Igor Zhukov
On a relation between Euler numbers of surfaces in positive
characteristic
Tuesday, June 19
9.00-09.30 Tonko Tonkov About some properties of Kloosterman sums
9.45-10.35 Boris
Moroz The Artin conjecture from analytic point of view
10.35-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.00 Muharem Avdispahic Functional equation, Euler product
and explicit formulas in the Jorgenson-Lang fundamental class
14.00-14.30 Lejla Smajlovic
Euler constants for functions in the Selberg class
14.45-15.45 Andrei Yafaev The Andre-Oort conjecture
16.00-17.00 Dmitri Malinin Integral representations of finite
groups and applications to arithmetic geometry