We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Emma and Dick Lehmer prizes, given to the committee’s favorite talks of the conference. The 2019 recipients are:
Congratulations to our 2019 recipients!
The 2019 Schedule of Talks is now available online. All talks will be held in the Nautilus room at Asilomar.
See you there!
The 50th anniversary edition of West Coast Number Theory is upon us!
This year, we will be starting the conference with an informal reception,
to be held in the Nautilus Room at Asilomar from 7-9pm. Drinks (Beer, Wine, Soda) will be available. Some small snacks will be provided, but we strongly encourage you to eat dinner before the reception. If you are staying at Asilomar, Dinner is from 6pm-7pm in the Crocker dining room.
The reception will include the first business meeting which will begin at approximately 7:30pm.
IMPORTANT: If you cannot make the first business meeting, but do plan to give a talk, please send your talk title to email@example.com before 6pm on Dec 16 so we can make sure you are on the schedule.
Hello Number Theorists,
Thanks to the tireless work of Gerry Myerson, the notes from the 2018 problem sessions are now available online. Thanks Gerry for all your hard work!
For this problem set, and many more, visit our Problem Sets page.
Last week, we received a note from long-time attendee Richard Guy. Richard was the long-time maintainer of the West Coast Number Theory problem sets (which eventually turned into his classic book: Unsolved Problems in Number Theory):
Please pass this to all the participants in the West Coast Number Theory Conference. I am sorry that the passage of years has rendered it infeasible to come and join you. Happy memories going back 50 years. The Lehmers, the Robinsons, the Todds, John Selfridge and John Brillhart.
I hope that John B. is still flourishing and will be able to join you. And Gerry Myerson, who took over the problems section from me many years ago. Best to all! Richard.
For this year’s 50th anniversary conference, we are planning a special session of historical talks. If you’d like to give a talk that reflects on a historical aspect of number theory, your work, or the conference itself, please make a note on your registration form.