FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 
8:008:50 
Breakfast at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel 
8:509:00 
Welcome 
9:009:40 
Session Chair: C. Levesque 
C. Stewart (University of Waterloo)
Well spaced integers generated by an infinite set of primes 
9:5010:30 
D. Roy (University of Ottawa)
Rational approximation to real points on plane algebraic curves

10:3010:50 
Coffee Break 
10:5011:30 
A. Togbe (Purdue University North Central)
On the size of the intersection of two Lucas sequences of distinct
type 
11:4012:00 
Y. Li (Brock University)
Minimal Zero Sum Sequences of Length Four over Finite Cyclic Groups

12:002:00 
Lunch 
2:002:40 
Session Chair: C. Stewart 
C. Levesque (Université Laval)
Much ado about congruent numbers and their properties 
2:503:30 
A. Bayad (Paris, France)
Recents Progress In Dedekind Reciprocity Laws And LFunctions 
3:303:50 
Coffee Break 
3:504:30 
K. Dilcher (Dalhousie University)
Stern polynomials and continued fractions 
4:405:00 
B. Farzad (Brock University)
Finding the square roots of graphs 
7:009:00 
Banquet 
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 2011 
9:0010:00 
Session Chair: M. Ayad 
D. Lorenzini (University of Georgia, USA)
The index of an algebraic variety 
10:1010:50 
M. Kolster (McMaster University)
Special values of Dedekind zetafunctions and motivic cohomology 
10:5011:20 
Coffee Break 
11:2012:00 
C. Movahhedi (Université Limoges, France)
Norm index formula for the Tate Kernels 
12:002:00 
Lunch 
2:003:00 
Session Chair: K. Dilcher 
R. Murty (Queens University)
The Fibonacci Zeta Function 
3:103:50 
M. Ayad (Université Calais, France)
Indices in a number field 
4:004:20 
Coffee Break 
4:205:00 
T. Cusick (State University of New York at Buffalo)
Recursions for weights of some Boolean functions in n variables 
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2011 
9:009:40 
Session Chair: R. Murty 
H. Chapdelaine (Université Laval)
Computation of Galois groups via permutation group theory 
9:5010:30 
A. Odeski (Brock University)
An example of modular form in three variables 
10:3010:50 
Coffee Break 
10:5011:10 
T. Caley (University of Waterloo)
The ProuhetTarryEscott problem 
11:1511:35 
A. Felix (Queen's University)
On a problem of Kowalski 
11:4012:30 
B. Ralph (Brock University)
Can Mathematics Recognize Great Art? 