May 1416, 2007, Lorentz Center.
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The lectures are in Room 201 on the second floor and the social activities in the Common room on the third floor.
MONDAY MAY 14 

09:1509:45  Picking up badges, office key, etc. 
09:4510:25  Michael Stoll (Jacobs University Bremen): How to find the rational points on a rank 1 genus 2 curve. 
10:4511:25  Samir Siksek (Univ. Warwick): Chabauty for symmetric powers of curves. 
11:4512:15  Ronald van Luijk (SFU, Burnaby): Cubic points on cubic curves and the BrauerManin obstruction on K3 surfaces. 
15:0015:40  Szabolcs Tengely (Univ. Debrecen): Diophantine equations related to arithmetic progressions. 
16:0016:30  Lajos Hajdu (Univ. Debrecen): Perfect powers in arithmetic progressions. 
TUESDAY MAY 15 

09:3010:10  Christopher Skinner (Princeton): Elliptic curves and Galois representations in the service of solving Diophantine equations. 
10:3011:10  Imin Chen (SFU, Burnaby): Applications of Qcurves to Diophantine equations. 
11:2512:00  Wilfrid Ivorra (Paris 12, IUFM de Créteil): Using various techniques to solve some ternary Diophantine equations of signature (p,p,2). 
15:0015:40  Florian Luca (UNAM, Mexico): Primitive Divisors for LucasLehmer numbers: Applications. 
16:0016:30  Pietro Corvaja (Univ. Udine): Integral points on quasiprojective surfaces. 
19:00  Dinner in Restaurant Malle Jan, Nieuwsteeg 911, Leiden. 
WEDNESDAY MAY 16 

09:3010:10  John Cremona (Univ. Nottingham): Unimodular Integer Circulants. 
10:3011:10  Gary Walsh (Univ. Ottawa): Integer points on various models of elliptic curves. 
11:3012:00  Ákos Pintér (Univ. Debrecen): Ternary equations, binomial Thue equations and applications. 
14:0014:40  Shanta Laishram (TIFR, Mumbay): On the Diophantine equation n(n+d)...(n+(k1)d)= by^{2}. 
15:0015:30  Attila Bérczes (Univ. Debrecen): On arithmetic properties of solutions of norm form equations. 