Arizona Winter School 2022: Automorphic Forms Beyond GL2 Donate to the AWS!
AWS 2022 will be held March 5-9, 2022 at the
University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.
The Southwest Center and the University of Arizona are committed to promoting a safe and productive environment at the 2022 Arizona Winter School.
In accordance with CDC guidelines and local regulations, the following rules and precautionary measures are in force:
All participants must abide by the University of Arizona nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policy.
All attendees, regardless of vaccination status will be required to:
Wear a properly fitted, surgical grade or higher (e.g. KF94, KN95, N95) mask in all public indoor spaces and at all times.
Show proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test, OR proof of having recovered from COVID-19
within the prior 90 days, at the time of check-in for the conference.
Tests must be taken within 24 hours of departing for travel to the conference. Please refer to and follow the
guidelines on viral testing.
Test results should be emailed to Aubrey Mouradian prior to checking in for the conference on the morning of Saturday, March 5, 2022.
Isolate in their hotel room and immediately notify The Southwest Center
if they develop any symptoms of COVID-19 after embarking on travel to the conference.
All attendees are strongly encouraged to:
Get vaccinated and boosted as soon as possible, if they have not already done so.
Make flexible travel arrangements that allow for rebooking, refunding, and/ or cancellation without penalty.
Obtain a PCR test 3--5 days prior to travel to the AWS.
Refer to the guidance on the CDC and
University of Arizona websites.
The AWS will Have a supply of KF94 and KN95 masks available; however, attendees are encouraged to bring their own supply of their preferred surgical or higher grade mask.
Bottles of hand sanitizer will be available in and around the main lecture hall and the evening working sessions.
Participants are encouraged to also bring their own supply for personal use.
All lectures will be live-streamed to enable and promote remote participation. In addition,
virtual problem sessions and study groups will be organized during the daily evening working sessions.
Attendees who wish to take advantage of local testing capacity should refer to the following resources:
Pima County testing centers,
CVS testing locations,
Walgreens testing locations
Please refer to University of Arizona academic calendars for the tentative
dates of future Winter Schools.
(The AWS begins on the first day of the University of Arizona's Spring Recess in any given year.)
Links to streaming video below will function as soon as the linked lecture begins. Other links will function within 24 hours of the corresponding lecture
Study Group Leaders: