Modular curves and Galois representations

The purpose of this conference is to bring together experts working on modular curves and Galois representations attached to elliptic curves and related areas. This conference is the succesor of the conference Torsion groups and Galois representations of elliptic curves held in Zagreb in 2018.

September 18 - 22, 2023, Zagreb, Croatia

Organized by QuantiXLie Center of Excellence and co-organized by the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb.

The conference will be held at Department of Mathematics, Bijenička cesta 30.

Torsion Points

Invited speakers:

  • Barinder Banwait (Boston)
  • Francesc Bars (UAB Barcelona)
  • Abbey Bourdon (Wake Forest)
  • Peter Bruin (Leiden)
  • Pete Clark (University of Georgia, Athens)
  • Maarten Derickx (Leiden)
  • Mark van Hoeij (Florida State University)
  • Daeyeol Jeon (Kongju National University)
  • Goran Muić (Zagreb)
  • Steffen Müller (Groningen)
  • Ekin Ozman (Boğaziçi University)
  • Antonella Perucca (Luxembourg)
  • David Roe (MIT)
  • Jeremy Rouse (Wake Forest)
  • Rene Schoof (Tor Vergata Rome)
  • Peter Stevenhagen (Leiden)
  • Hwajong Yoo (Seoul National University)

Organizing Committee:

  • Andrej Dujella
  • Matija Kazalicki
  • Filip Najman


There is no registration fee for this conference. You can register by sending an email to The registration deadline is July 15th. Unfortunately, we do not have any funds to offer financial support. The conference will start on Monday 18th morning and will end on Friday 22nd around lunch time. There will be a free afternoon on Wednesday.

Recommended hotels: Hotel Central, Hotel Dubrovnik, Hotel Jägerhorn, Sobe kod Lidije

Hotel Central is offering the participants of the conference a discount of 15% on their regular rates. To use this discount, you should ontact and mention "Modular curves and Galois representations PMF".



The conference dinner is at "Kod Pere" in Rubetićeva street, 25, on Thursday at 19:30.

Conference photo 1
Conference photo 2

Slides of some talks