Representations and Automorphic forms (TORA) is a series of
conferences hosted in rotation by Oklahoma State University, the
University of Oklahoma, and the University of North Texas.
The TORA meetings bring together the
automorphic forms and representation theory community of the South
Central region to hear about recent research in automorphic forms and
representation theory. For more information see the TORA
TORA VII is
funded by UNT and NSF grant DMS 1600642.
on TORA VII
Graduate Student Lecturer:
& accommodation & funding:
- Please register here by February 29, 2016.
- We expect all hotels in
to be fully booked for this weekend (April 9, 2016 will also feature a
NASCAR race at the Texas Motor Speedway). We have blocked rooms at some
local hotels, and our staff member Chris
Campbell can book a room for you
if you let her know by February 29,
nights you will need a hotel room.
- We will have funding available.
Priority will be given to junior researchers, to researchers
from the South Central US, and to researchers with no other means of
you would like to apply for funding, then you must provide the
requested information on the registration form by February
29, 2016. Funding decisions
will be made on March 1, 2016 (the next day).
The University of North Texas is
located in Denton, TX. The mathematics department is in the General
Academic Building (GAB), which can be located on the campus
Parking & Transportation
charge for parking in most spaces (D, P, or G) from Friday at 3pm
through Monday at 6am; no permit is required.
Shepler, Christine Uhl.
updated: April 10, 2016.