Updated information regarding the Conference will be posted on the IIMS Web Page at <http://www.iims.umanitoba.ca/>. The next update, which will include details of accommodation, call for papers, travel and registration is expected to be before December 1, 1998.
The Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) was founded in 1987 at the International Number Theory Conference at Laval University. The purpose of the CNTA is to enhance and promote learning and research in Number Theory, particularly in Canada where we already have a great deal of strength in this area. To advance these goals the CNTA has already organized five major international conferences, which have succeeded in exposing many Canadian students, faculty and researchers to the latest ideas in number theory worldwide, and provided further opportunities for Canada's best and brightest to exhibit their talents and ideas to a global audience. The previous meetings have been held in Banff (1988), at the University of British Columbia (1989), Queen's University (1991), Dalhousie University (1994), and Carleton University (1996). All of these conferences have been acclaimed by the international number theory community for the high quality of the scientific program, as evidenced by the excellence of the speakers and the diversity of topics presented. During the most recent meeting of the CNTA it was decided to hold the next meeting in 1999 in Winnipeg; this is in keeping with the objectives of the CNTA in that the conferences have been and will be held in different regions of the country.
The Delta Winnipeg Hotel is in downtown Winnipeg. Winnipeg is a city with a population of more than 600,000 and is served by several airlines including Air Canada, Canadian Airlines International and North West. During June the weather is pleasant with day temperatures averaging 20° C (~ 70° F). Winnipeg is the home of the world famous Royal Winnipeg Ballet and has its own Symphony Orchestra. Winnipeg alo has an IMAX Theatre, an Art Gallery, a Planetarium, a Theatre Center and many museums. Other attractions include the Royal Canadian Mint, Assiniboia Downs (race rack), The Forks, European Style Casino, a variety of restaurants and many attractive parks.
M. Bennett (IAS), F. Beukers (Utrecht), A. Bremner (Arizona State), D. Bressoud (Macalester College, MN), H. Darmon (McGill), J. Friedlander (Toronto), J. Grantham (Georgia), H. Kisilevsky (Concordia), M. Kolster (McMaster), H. W. Jenstra, Jr. (Berkeley), L. Merel (Paris), A. Odlyzko (AT&T Labs, NJ), K. Ono (Penn State), B. Poonen (Berkeley), D Roy (Ottawa), P. Sarnak (Princeton), W. Schmidt (Colorado), K. Soundararajan (Princeton) G. Stevens (Boston U), S. Vanstone (Waterloo), T. Wooley (Michigan, Ann Arbor)
J. Borwein (Simon Fraser), D. Boyd (UBC), C. David (Concordia), R. Murty (Queen's), P. N. Shivakumar (Manitoba), C. Stewart (Waterloo), H. Williams (Manitoba)
Hugh Williams Conference Program Department of Computer Science University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada e-mail: email@example.com Tel: (204) 474 6574 Fax: (204) 474 7609 P. N. Shivakumar Conference Organization Institute of Industrial Mathematical Sciences University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (204) 474 6724 Fax: (204) 474 7602
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