Here you can find pictures of the event, and the slides and other supplemental materials suggested by the speakers.

### Pictures of the event

An album with a few pictures of the event can be found here.

### Slides and supplementary materials

**Keith Conrad**, “*Using elliptic curves*“. The slides can be found here – and there are references at the end of the slides.**Filip Najman**, “*Mordell-Weil groups of elliptic curves over number fields”.*The slides can be found here, and his research articles can be found here.**David Rohrlich**, “*Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer with twist*“. Three articles are suggested reading:**Noam Elkies**, “*Elliptic curves and surfaces, and their Mordell-Weil groups”.*The slides can be found here. A longer exposition:**Rob Benedetto**, “*Elliptic curves over p-adic fields*“. The slides can be found here.- Lecture notes from a course in the Arizona Winter School, 2010:

http://swc.math.arizona.edu/aws/2010/2010BenedettoNotes-09Mar.pdf- Slides from talk #1: (non-arch fields):

http://swc.math.arizona.edu/aws/2010/2010BenedettoLectureNotes1.pdf - Video of talk #1:

http://swc-alpha.math.arizona.edu/reorg/2010/2010BenedettoLecture1.mp4 - Slides from talk #2: (Berkovich disks and projective line):

http://swc.math.arizona.edu/aws/2010/2010BenedettoLectureNotes2.pdf - Video of talk #2:

http://swc-alpha.math.arizona.edu/reorg/2010/2010BenedettoLecture2.mp4

- Slides from talk #1: (non-arch fields):

- Lecture notes from a course in the Arizona Winter School, 2010: