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Author: William A. Stein
William Stein Talks

Notes From Selected Talks I've Given (or Organized)

William A. Stein

  1. Feb 2013: talk for undergraduates on Sage
  2. Jan 2013: Madison Wisconsin -- plots for number theory seminar on the Explicit Formula
  3. Jan 10, 2013: p-adic BSD for GL2-type Abelian Varieties, and the screencast
  4. Jan 10, 2013: How explicit is the Explicit Formula? (with Barry Mazur)
  5. Dec 2012: Web-based Notebooks (talk at ICERM)
  6. Oct 10, 2012: Sage at SACNAS 2012
  7. Oct 4, 2012: Salvus: Distributed Scalable Online Mathematical Software
  8. Elliptic Curves Over F=QQ(sqrt(5)) -- ANTS X and the screencast
  9. The Research Software Ecology in Pure Mathematics
  10. Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5)), part 2 Atkin Conference Talk
  11. Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5)), part 1 Atkin Colloquium
  12. Using Sage for Mathematical Research [sage worksheet] and screencast [youtube], at ICERM, March 20, 2012
  13. AMath Seminar Talk on Sage, Jan 12, 2012
  14. The Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture, Jan 6, 2012, JMM, 20 minute MAA invited talk
  15. Solving Cubic Equations, Dec 2011, by Benedict Gross and William Stein
  16. Combinatorial Potlatch, Nov 2011
  17. Solving Cubic Equation, Univ of Washington, Nov 2011: pdf and sage worksheet
  18. October 28, 2011: Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5)), Austin, Texas
  19. July 13, 2011: Sage: A Community Owned Foundation for Computational Mathematics (plenary talk at FoCM 2011
  20. May 20, 2011: Shafarevich-Tate Groups of Elliptic Curves of Rank >= 2 (handwritten notes at Univ of Washington)
  21. May 15, 2011: Shafarevich-Tate Groups of Higher Rank Elliptic Curves (from my talk at the BSD conference)
  22. May 12, 2011: Another Short Introduction to Sage
  23. February 26, 2011: MAA Sectional Plenary talk on Sage at an MAA Sectional Meeting
  24. February 25, 2011: Talk at Stanford on Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5))
  25. February 11, 2011: Talk at Univ of Washington on Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5))
  26. February 4, 2011: Talk at MSRI on Elliptic Curves over Q(sqrt(5))
  27. January 13, 2011: A Short Introduction to Sage
  28. November 5, 2010: Toward an Analogue of Cremona's Tables over Q(sqrt(5))
  29. October 2010: Elliptic Curves in Sage talk at ECC
  30. October 2010: My Next Modular Forms Database
  31. July 17, 2010: The Development of Symbolic Calculus in Sage, invited talk at Sage Days 24 at RISC in Austria
  32. July 10, 2010: Euroscipy talk on Sage that I gave at Euroscipy 2010.
  33. May 11, 2010: Torsion Points on Elliptic Curves over Quartic Fields, in Austin, Texas
  34. May 10, 2010: TACC Sage talk and tutorial in Austin, Texas
  35. May 8, 2010: Torsion Points on Elliptic Curves over Quartic Fields, in Vancouver, Canada at SFU
  36. January 2010: BSD and Sage Talks at the AMS meeting in San Francisco
  37. August 2009: Sage -- Sun Partner Training Talk
  38. July 3, 2009: A Gross-Zagier Style Conjecture and BSD
  39. July 1, 2009: Sage Graphics Tutorial in Barcelona, Spain
  40. June 24, 2009: Modular Forms with Sage
  41. June 23, 2009: Elliptic Curves with Sage
  42. June 22, 2009: Sage Days 16 talk -- Sage: Unifying Mathematical Software
  43. June 2009: MEGA talk -- Sage: Unifying Mathematical Software
  44. June 2009: Sage Horizon
  45. June 2009: Sage and Magma
  46. April 2009: Pacific Northwest MAA Minicourse and Talk
  47. Sage Days 14: Introduction to Sage (2009-03-10 at MSRI)
  48. Sun Virtual User's Group -- 2009-02-12
  49. Sage ISSAC Plenary Talk -- 2008-07-23
  50. Modular Abelian Varieties (Amsterdam) -- 2008-07-18
  51. Sage at Boeing -- 2008-06-12
  52. Sage -- 2008-04-08 colloquium at University of Puget Sound
  53. Elliptic curves -- convergence, Sato-Tate, GRH, and BSD
  54. Computing with the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture
  55. SAGE modular forms tutorial at Banff 2007-06-05
  56. Magma modular forms tutorial at Banff 2007-06-04
  57. SAGE Status Report at SAGE Days 3
  58. UW Number Theory Seminar on the BSD Conjecture
  59. SAGE Seminar on Linear Algebra
  60. Banff talk on the BSD Conjecture
  61. Two SAGE Seminar Talks -- SAGE 1.0 to 2.0 and Intro
  62. SAGE talk to Computer Science Department at UW
  63. SAGE talk to UW Undergraduates
  64. Waterloo Talks
  65. SAGE Projects Status Reports
  66. SAGE -- IMA
  67. SAGE Days 2: Status Report
  68. MUSA Lang Memorial Lecture at Berkeley
  69. CNTA 2006 talks on SAGE
  70. SAGE Seminar: Alex (SAGE Graphics) and Bob (Packaging SAGE)
  71. SAGE Seminar: Distributed computation; AJAX; Linear Algebra
  72. SAGE: How the Interfaces Work
  73. SAGE at UW: aimed at students
  74. SAGE: talk at San Francisco AMS meeting (many number theory examples)
  75. SAGE: Software for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation (click on current.pdf)
  76. Computing Bernoulli Numbers [PDF] and [MP3] (Feb 16, 2006)
  77. UW Colloquium (December 5, 2005)
  78. UCLA Colloquium (December 1, 2005)
  79. Solving Cubic Equations: An Introduction to the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (October 6, 2005)
  80. San Diego Python Users Group talk on SAGE (September 15, 2005)
  81. San Diego Supercomputing Center talk on the modular forms database project (August 3, 2005)
  82. Oberwolfach talk on computational verification of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (July 22, 2005)
  83. Bremen Talk on BSD (July 5, 2005)
  84. Talk on BSD for Math 129 (May 5, 2005)
  85. PYCONN talk on SAGE in Washington, DC (March 23, 2005)
  86. Dartmouth Colloquium on the BSD Conjecture and Average Ranks (February 11, 2005)
  87. Verifying the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture for Specific Elliptic Curves (UCSD, Feb 2, 2005)
  88. Berkeley Colloquium on the BSD Conjecture and Average Ranks (January 27, 2005)
  89. Verifying the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture for Specific Elliptic Curves (AMS, January 8, 2005)
  90. Harvard Talk on Computing p-adic Heights (December 8, 2004)
  91. A User's Perspective on Pyrex (November Python Meetup in Boston), see also source code.
  92. Tamagawa Numbers and Visibility (November AMS meeting in Pittsburgh)
  93. An Introduction to the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (Nov at UW in Seattle)
  94. Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate Groups at Higher Level? (Oct at UT Austin, Nov at Stanford)
  95. MIT Talk on Computing p-adic Height Pairings (October 15, 2004)
  96. My Paris IHP MAGMA talks (October 2004)
  97. Modular Degrees of Elliptic Curves and Discriminants of Hecke Algebras (June 18 at ANTS 6) [tex sources]
  98. Modularity of Shafarevich-Tate Groups (May 22 at Illinois Number Theory Conference)
  99. Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate Groups at Higher Level (April 16 at UIUC and April 19 at Brown)
  100. An Introduction to the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (April 1, 2004 Colloquium at UCONN)
  101. Solving Cubic Equations: An Introduction to the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture (February 28, 2004, at Brown University)
  102. Explicitly Computing With Modular Abelian Varieties (Feb 4) in Princeton.
  103. Explicitly Computing with Modular Abelian Varieties over Qbar (June 18, 2003 in Sydney, AU)
  104. The Modular Forms Database Project (AIM, March 2003)
  105. Shafarevich-Tate Groups of Nonsquare Order (Lenstra Treuerfeest, March 2003)
  106. Talk about Congruent Numbers for High School Students, 2002
  107. Discriminants of Hecke Algebras (September 2002)
  108. Constructing Shafarevich-Tate Groups Using Visibility, Paris, 2002. Scroll down for the video of my talk.
  109. Rochester: Charting the Land of Elliptic Curves (April 2002)
  110. Harvard: Charting the Land of Elliptic Curves (March 2002)
  111. Oberwolfach: Explicit Methods in Number Theory (July 2001)
  112. Some Modular Degree and Congruence Modulus Computations (Oberwolfach, July, 2001)
  113. The refined Eisenstein conjecture (William Stein, September, 1999)
  114. New examples of modular icosahedral Artin representations (William Stein, September, 1999)
  115. Component groups of optimal quotients (William Stein, September, 1999)
  116. The Manin index of optimal new quotients (William Stein, October, 1999)
  117. Motifs, Part I (William Stein, November, 1999)
  118. Motifs, Part II (William Stein, November, 1999)

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