Emil Artin Lectures
Emil Artin

EMIL ARTIN (born March 4, 1898 in Vienna, died December 20th, 1962 in Hamburg) was one of the leading algebraists and number theorists of the 20th century. Artin L-functions, the Artin reciprocity law, or Artinian rings have become fundamental terms in mathematics. Together with his student John Tate, he introduced cohomological methods into number theory. His works on braid groups have found applications in theoretical physics. The Emil Artin Lecture, arranged once a year by the MATCH, wants to dignify important developments and fundamental contributions in mathematics, and present them to the academic public being interessted and trained in mathematics.

Emil Artin 2017 2017 AUTHOMORPHIC FORMS AND GALOIS REPRESENTATIONS
Prof. Dr. Michael Harris (Columbia University, NY)
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Emil Artin 2016 2016 INTERTWINING REPRESENTATION THEORY AND COHOMOLOGY
Prof. Dr. Eric M. Friedlander (University of Southern California USC)
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Emil Artin 2015 2015 Entropy, integers and moduli of surfaces
Prof. Dr. Curtis McMullen (Harvard University)
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Emil Artin 2014 2014 Elliptic Curves and Explicit Class Field Theory
Prof. Dr. Henri Darmon (McGill University, Canada)
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Emil Artin 2013 2013 Zykel und Rationale Punkte über Lokalen Körpern
Prof. Dr. Hélène Esnault (Freie Universität Berlin)
Ausblicke auf die Drinfeldebene
Prof. Dr. Michael Rapoport (Universität Bonn)
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Emil Artin 2012 2012 Analytic Continuation of L-Functions
Prof. Dr. Pierre Colmez (Directeur de Recherche à l'Institut de Mathèmatiques Jussieu)
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