L-functions and Modular Forms in Number Theory - Postponed to 2025






The relation between modular forms and their corresponding L-functions with various disciplines of mathematics has undergone significant evolution in the past century due to the critical role these complex analytical functions play in resolving essential problems and conjectures. The connection of modular forms and their L-functions with number theory, elliptic curves, representation theory, and algebraic geometry, among others, have resulted in diverse generalizations in different directions. The primary objective of the summer school is to acquaint graduate students in Lebanon and other regions with different types of modular forms and their practical applications.

The school is designed to be spread over two weeks, with the first week serving as an introduction to basic concepts and the second week focusing on advanced and contemporary developments. In addition to the mini-courses, the program includes a programming tutorial intended to provide students with opportunities to interact directly with the computational aspect of the theory.


Scientific program is available on the local website of the school: https://www.aub.edu.lb/cams/Pages/CIMPA_2024.aspx

Official language of the school: english

Administrative and scientific coordinators

Wissam Raji (American University of Beirut,
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Kathrin Bringmann (University of Cologne,
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Website of the school

How to participate

For registration and application to a CIMPA financial support, follow the instructions given here https://www.cimpa.info/en/node/40

Deadline for registration and application: March 2, 2025