The seminar meets on one Friday every month with two talks, at 2:30-3:30 pm Paris time and 4-5 pm Paris time. There will be online coffee breaks between the two talks. For time conversion and Zoom link please visit our researchseminars page.
If you want to receive the links to the talks and coffee breaks, there are two ways. You can fill out this form. Or (maybe easier) send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org and click the link in the email we send in reply. If you can’t send a blank email you can put any gibberish in there. If you can’t find our emails please check your spam folder. You can also see the Zoom links on our researchseminars page.
Coffee breaks and house rules
We kindly ask that you use your full name in the Zoom session and coffee meeting. While attending the coffee break, please either leave the Zoom meeting or route the Zoom audio to a pair of headphones.
A link for the coffee breaks will be posted in the Zoom meeting and sent to the mailing list.
To join the coffee break you will need to use Firefox or Chrome to open the link. (Except on iPad/iPhone, where you must use Safari.)
If you have trouble, try both Chrome and Firefox, or do a Google search for Chrome microphone permissions / Firefox microphone permissions.
Friends of ZORP
You might also be interested in these seminars:
|Date||Event name||More information|
|May 10-14 and May 17-21, 2021||Hausdorff School : “The circle method”||For all the information, registration and Zoom link, see here|
|April 30th, 2021
15:00-16:00pm BST (16:00-17:00 CEST)
|Manchester Pure Maths Colloquium|| Ken Ono, University of Virginia - Can’t you just feel the moonshine?
Contact Vandita Patel for Zoom link
|Video recording online
(November 20th, 2020)
|Yuri Manin, “Homotopy spectra and Diophantine equations”||A Harvard Math Science Literature Lecture.
Lecture series webpage; watch the talk
|One Friday each month||Séminaire “Variétés Rationelles”||Seminar webpage with mailing list information etc.|
|One every three months||WORKing seminar on Diophantine geometry||Seminar webpage with all the information.|
We gratefully acknowledge the support of
- Glasgow University (Zoom license)
- European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 893012 (gather.town license)
- The Leverhulme Trust through an Early Career Fellowship, and Warwick University (gather.town license)