''This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101001179.''

International Conference on

Modular Forms and q-Series

University of Cologne

March 11 - 15, 2024

Conference Address:

University of Cologne

Mathematisches Institut (Mathematical Institute)

Weyertal 86-90

50931 Cologne

Lecture Hall: 2.03 (2nd Floor)

Registration Period: 8:15 - 8:45 (Seminar Room 2, 2nd Floor)

Plenary Speakers:

George Andrews, Pennsylvania State University

Bruce Berndt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Shashank Kanade, University of Denver

Christian Krattenthaler, Universität Wien

Jeremy Lovejoy, Université Paris Cité

Antun Milas, State University of New York at Albany

Ken Ono, University of Virginia

Ole Warnaar, University of Queensland

Don Zagier, The Max Planck Institute for Mathematics

Wadim Zudilin, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

Further Invited Speakers and Speed Talks

Conference Schedule


Open Problems


Kathrin Bringmann

Walter Bridges

Johann Franke

Conference Email: modularformsandqseries AT gmail DOT com


Hannah Linke

Hotel reservation:

We recommend the following hotels that are close to the Mathematical Institute.

Flandrischer Hof

IBIS Cologne Central

Sleepy Cologne (Apartments)

When making your reservation in one of the above hotels, please indicate that you are attending the conference in order to receive a discounted price at the conditions of the University of Cologne.

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