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Topological Hochschild Homology and Zeta Values, University of Copenhagen, 30 January - 3 February 2023 (Link)

The \(\mathbb{N}\)-cube network aims at developing number theory in many of its various aspects, from algebraic geometry and representation theory to computational problems, analytic number theory as well as diophantine approximation, diophantine geometry, moduli spaces properties or metric properties of numbers. Some members also work on lattices, cryptography, codes, finite fields, with many number theoretic connections.

We are based in Northern Europe, working in different Universities. We sometimes have research guests in common and we organize the \(\mathbb{N}\)-cube Days on a regular basis.

- Aalto
- Aarhus
- Copenhagen DTU
- Copenhagen KU
- Göteborg
- Hamburg
- Helsinki
- Lund
- Oslo
- Stockholm University
- Stockholm KTH
- University of South-Eastern Norway
- Tromsø
- Trondheim
- Turku
- Uppsala