Organizer: Jennifer Johnson-Leung
Contact: Any questions should be directed to Jennifer Johnson-Leung (jenfns[at]
Description: The PNWNTC began at Reed College in 1997, and was held annually through 2007. It resumed in 2010 at Simon Fraser University (website), and was held at Western Washington University in 2011 (website). The conference will consist of invited talks running from Saturday morning until midday on Sunday.
Registration: Please fill out and submit the registration form, so that we can get an accurate count of participants in advance of the conference. There is no registration fee.
Travel: The University of Idaho is located in Moscow, Idaho, near the Idaho/Washington border. The nearest big city is Spokane, Washington, which is about 90 miles from Moscow. Washington State University is about six miles away, in Pullman, Washington. This region is known as the Palouse. Area airports include Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, Lewiston Airport and Spokane International Airport. Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport is served by Horizon Airlines (this is Alaska Airlines) with multiple daily non-stop flights to Seattle. By car Seattle is 295 miles away (5 hours 19 mins), and Portland is 359 miles away (6 hours 28 mins).
Lodging: For overnight accommodations, a guest room block has been reserved at the Best Western Plus University Inn. For additional information, please visit
For reservations, please call (800) 325-8765 and mention the PNW Number Theory Conference. A guest room block is being held until April 25, 2012. Reservations may continue to be made after this date on a space available basis. Reservations may also be made online. Please note our group in the group/conference field to receive our special rate. The group name must be mentioned to receive the special rate. Please make reservations directly with the hotel as the travel websites and Best Western International online reservations will not have information regarding our group.
Conference Site: The conference will be at the University of Idaho in Renfrew room 127 (See map).
Parking: Permits are not required in University of Idaho gold parking lots on the weekend (these are the most convenient).


Department of Mathematics, University of Idaho

College of Science, University of Idaho