This year we are running the PAlmetto Joint Arithmetic, Modularity, and Analysis Series in an online format, to avoid health and travel concerns due to Covid-19. Talks and posters will include all areas of number theory. Registration is open worldwide, and contributed talks will continue to highlight the work of mathematicians from the Southeast.
For links to webpages of previous PANTS meetings, see the PANTS home page. For the September PAJAMAS meeting, see here.
PANTS is generously funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency. Although PAJAMAS did not require external funding, we look forward to the opportunity to once again travel and discuss mathematics in person.
Information on PAJAMAS
If this is new to you, there are instructions with pictures to guide you through the short two step setup. Once you land on Discord, read the information on the #welcome channel to rename yourself with your professional name and institution, and select your career stage in the #pick-a-role channel to gain access to the rest of the server. We will use Discord to keep in touch before and during the conference, for math water cooler chat, and to plan the panel discussion and social activities (board game nights, a math-memes contest and more!).
Speakers and Participants
|  Elisa Lorenzo García  ||  Université de Neuchâtel  |
|  Rachel Newton  ||  University of Reading  |
|  Francesca Bianchi  ||  University of Groningen  |
|  Gilyoung Cheong  ||  University of Michigan  |
Schedule, Abstracts and Recordings
Expenses, etc.  There are no registration fees or expense reimbursements for participants. Please contact the organizers in case of any questions.
Please feel free to e-mail us, or ask on the Discord server, if you have any questions.
Follow-up meetingWe intend to run the Southeast Regional Meeting on Numbers in the spring. The format (in-person or online) is yet to be determined. Stay tuned for details!