Date and location

December 8-9, 2022, at Université Sorbonne Paris Nord (Paris 13), Institut Galilée, Math Department (LAGA), room B405.


This workshop is centered on the theme of equidistribution on (locally) homogeneous spaces in number theoretic settings. The goal is to promote the interaction between specialists in automorphic forms, analytic number theory, and ergodic theory, and to highlight recent breakthroughs which will be of interest to these communities. The conference also aims to emphasize open problems that are susceptible to need an array of tools emanating from these fields.

This will be a hybrid event, with speakers from the U.S. giving their talks online (in the afternoon, to accomodate the time zone difference). The in-person talks will also be broadcast over Zoom.


We ask that you please register for the event if you plan on attending (either online or in person). This will allow us to judge the capacity of the lecture hall, and to communicate with participants regarding the conference dinner. You will be prompted in the registration link to indicate if you plan to attend in person or participate online.


Claire Burrin (Zürich)

Alexandre de Faveri (Princeton)

Nicolas de Saxcé (Paris)

Peter Humphries (Charlottesville)

Ilya Khayutin (Evanston)

Manuel Luethi (Lausanne)

Asbjørn Nordentoft (Paris)

Maksym Radziwiłł (Austin)

Andreas Wieser (Jerusalem)

Scientific committee

Valentin Blomer (Bonn)

Farrell Brumley (Paris)

Philippe Michel (Lausanne)

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