Arithmetic Statistics
Statistiques arithmétiques

15 – 19 May 2023


Scientific Committee 
Comité scientifique 

Alina Carmen Cojocaru (University of Illinois Chicago)
Tim Dokchitser (University of Bristol),
Wei Ho (University of Michigan)
Andrew Sutherland (MIT)

Organizing Committee
Comité d’organisation

Samuele Anni (Aix-Marseille Université),
Elisa Lorenzo Garcia (Université de Neuchâtel),
Peter Stevenhagen (Leiden University),
Jan Vonk (Leiden University)

If you are interested in attending, please pre-register following the link below.
All pre-registrations done before February 1st will receive full consideration.
The final list of participants will be decided by the scientific and organizing committees.

IMPORTANT WARNING:  Scam / Phishing / SMiShing ! Note that ill-intentioned people may be trying to contact some of participants by email or phone to get money and personal details, by pretending to be part of the staff of our conference center (CIRM).  CIRM and the organizers will NEVER contact you by phone on this issue and will NEVER ask you to pay for accommodation/ board / possible registration fee in advance. Any due payment will be taken onsite at CIRM during your stay.

The theme of the conference is a type of number theory that has become very popular over the last decades, and that is influenced by the possibility of « experimentally » studying arithmetic objects with the help of a computer. Thanks to the wide availability of computer algebra systems, essentially any number theorist nowadays has this possibility at his fingertips. There are concrete objects that are not so easily determined « by hand », such as fundamental units in number fields of higher degree, or Mordell-Weil generators of point groups of elliptic curves, and a first impression of « what these typically look like » is often obtained by numerical experimentation.
Over the years, substantial datasets relating to number fields, elliptic curves and L-series have become available, enhancing our understanding of the arithmetic world somewhat beyond only the smallest examples, which may fail to show the true asymptotic behaviour.


Manjul Bhargava (Princeton University)
Alina Bucur (University of California at San Diego)
Chantal David (Concordia University),
Francesc Fité (Polytechnic University of Catalonia)
Hendrik Lenstra (Leiden University)
Guillermo Mantilla (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)
Melanie Matchett Wood (Harvard University)
Alexander Smith (Harvard University)
Peter Stevenhagen (Leiden University)