# Magma 2010 Conference on p-adic L-functions

## Centre de recherches mathématiques

## Montréal, Québec, Canada

## Monday February 22 - Friday February 26, 2010

Here is a tentative schedule. Only a few abstracts are known.
Talks are in Room 6214. See the
CRM page also.

Monday, February 22, 2010
9:30-10:30AM: Henri Darmon (McGill)
p-adic L-functions, (Stark)-Heegner points, and computer algebra.
11:00-12:00AM: Mark Watkins (Sydney)
What Magma can do with classical L-functions
2:30-3:30PM: Matt Greenberg (Calgary)
Computational aspects with p-adic L-functions
4:00-5:00PM: Samit Dasgupta (Santa Cruz)
Conjectural infinite product formula for Gross-Stark units
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
9:30-10:30AM: Christian Wuthrich (Nottingham)
Why Iwasawa theorists need p-adic L-functions
11:00-12:00PM: Joel Bellaiche (Brandeis)
No subject given
2:30-3:30PM: Bryden Cais (McGill)
Hida families and their Wach modules
4:00-5:00PM: Marc Masdeu (McGill)
Computing the p-adic Abel-Jacobi of algebraic cycles on Shimura curves
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
9:30-10:30AM: Glenn Stevens (Boston)
Overconvergent Modular Symbols and p-Adic L-functions
11:00-12:00AM: Lassina Dembele (Warwick)
A multiplicity one conjecture for mod p quaternonic automorphic
forms and application to tensor product factorization.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
9:30-10:30AM: Lawrence Washington (Maryland)
Iwasawa theory and algebraic number theory
11:00-12:00AM: Hugo Chapdelaine (Laval)
A p-adic construction of elliptic units in ray class fields
of real quadratic fields
2:30-3:30PM: Ralph Greenberg (Washington)
p-adic Artin L-functions
4:00-5:00PM: Jeehon Park (McGill)
On Teitelbaum type L-invariants of Hilbert modular forms attached to
definite quaternions
Friday, February 26, 2010
9:30-10:30AM: Masato Kurihara (Keio)
Selmer groups and modular elements for elliptic curves
11:00-12:00AM: Kazuo Matsuno (Tsuda)
Computation of 2-adic cyclotomic mu-invariants of ordinary elliptic curves
2:30-3:30PM: Zhibin Liang (Capital Normal)
BSD for elliptic curves with complex multiplication
4:00-5:00PM: John Coates (Cambridge)
Colloquium