Fourteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium, ANTS-XIV,
University of Auckland, New Zealand
June 29 - July 4, 2020


The conference schedule is below. The link for each talk, also giving a schedule for the conference, is available online at

For each contributed paper there will be the following activities for the audience to learn about and discuss the work:

Sunday 28/Monday 29: Speaker practice room: UTC 14:00-15:00 and UTC 24:00-01:00.

Monday 29/Tuesday 30: UTC 21:00-02:00 [5 hours]

21:00-22:50: Session 1 (Chairs: Galbraith and Petit) 23:00-24:00 Invited Talk David Harvey (Chair: Galbraith)

00:10-02:00 Session 2 (Chairs: Creutz and Voloch)
Tuesday 30: UTC 17:00-21:40 [4.5 hours]

17:00-18:20 Session 3 (Chairs: Fisher and Paulhus) 18:30-19:50 Session 4 (Chairs: Fisher and Paulhus) 20:00-21:00 Invited talk Isabel Vogt (Chair: Sutherland)

21:10-21:40 Poster session (1) (Chair: Galbraith) Chen/Lau; Sorenson; Dobson

Wednesday 1st (Canada Day) UTC 18:00-22:00 [4 hours]

18:00-19:50 Session 5 (Chairs: Ostafe and Stange) 20:00-21:00 Invited talk Felipe Voloch (Chair: Voight)

21:00-21:20 Social events

21:20-21:30 Remembering Peter Montgomery (Michael Naehrig and Joppe Bos)

21:30-22:00 Rump session (Chairs: Creutz and Voloch)

Thursday 2nd UTC 16:00-21:00 [5 hours]

16:00-17:50 Session 6 (Chairs: Castryck and Martindale) 18:00-19:00 Invited talk David Jao (Chair: Martindale)

19:00-19:20 Social events

19:30-21:00 Session 7 (Chairs: Broker and Vincent)
Friday July 3rd UTC 14:00-19:00 [5 hours]

14:00-16:50 Session 8 (Chairs: Kohel and Streng) 17:00-18:00 Invited talk Rachel Pries (Chair: Scheidler)

18:10-19:00 Announcement of Selfridge prize, followed by business meeting

Saturday July 4th (US Independence Day) UTC 13:00-18:00 [5 hours]

13:00-14:20 Session 9 (Chairs: Fieker and Kirshanova) 14:25-14:55 Poster session (2) (Chair: Ben Smith) Novoselov; Asuncion; Basso

15:00-16:00 Invited talk Andrew Booker (Chair: Thomé)

16:00-16:20 Social events

16:30-18:00 Session 10 (Chairs: Aggarwal and Thomé)

The meeting will be followed by an online workshop on the Mathematics of Post-Quantum crypto at the following times (approximately):

The workshop is free and open to anyone who registered for ANTS. It will take place following the same code of conduct as ANTS. This is a workshop, and its main purpose is to facilitate research discussion and solving open problems. The sessions are intended for experts and will not be recorded.

There will be a Slack channel for the event. This will be announced on the ANTS Zulip channel. Zoom links will be posted to the Slack channel.

Monday 6th UTC 3am-6am:

Monday 6th UTC 9pm-midnight:
Tuesday 7th UTC 9pm-midnight: