### Arithmetic Geometry at the Newton Institute

#### Posted by John Baez

*guest post by Minhyong Kim*

Perhaps people here at the café with a bit of arithmetic inclination (which is possibly a large majority) might be interested in this workshop:

- Non-abelian fundamental groups in arithmetic geometry: introductory workshop, Newton Institute, Cambridge, July 27–31, 2009. Organized by John Coates (Cambridge), Minhyong Kim (UCL), Richard Taylor (Harvard), and Andrew Wiles (Princeton).

Unfortunately, I thought of this advertisement much too late, so the deadline to apply for participation is past. However, if I recall correctly the usual situation there, it should be possible just to show up. (I think I’m not suppose to be telling you this.) In any case, Jordan Ellenberg reminded me that all these Newton lectures are eventually available on video, so it might be useful to know of it for future reference. We’ve tried quite hard to have a good mixture of representatives from a wide range of number theory, so it may be of more than passing interest.

## Re: Arithmetic Geometry at the Newton Institute

Where will the videos be posted?