Algebra etc. Seminar: Nathan Ryan, October 9 @ 4 pm in Olin 372

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Title:  Elliptic Curves: New Solutions to Old Problems

Abstract:  Elliptic curves are ubiquitous in math and in number theory in particular.  They are studied for their geometric, arithmetic and analytic properties.  We focus on three old problems recently (partially) solved using elliptic curves:  one problem is from cryptography, one is from the art world and one is from high school geometry.

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