Texas-Oklahoma Representations and Automorphic forms (TORA) is a conference series hosted in rotation by Oklahoma State University, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of North Texas. The TORA meetings bring together the automorphic forms and representation theory community of the South Central region to hear about recent research in automorphic forms and representation theory. Graduate students and junior researchers are particularly encouraged to attend and present their own work. For more information, see the main TORA website.

TORA IX is supported by grant number DMS-1601105 from the National Science Foundation.

Catherine Hsu
University of Oregon
Cris Poor
Fordham University
Muthukrishnan Krishnamurthy
University of Iowa

TORA IX will take place on the OU Norman Campus. The Mathematics Department is located at 601 Elm Avenue. Participants arriving by air should fly into OKC and take a taxi or shuttle to Norman (~30 minutes). Weekend parking is available at the Elm Street Parking Garage.

All conference participants will be staying either at Sooner Suites on the OU south campus, or at the Sooner Legends Inn & Suites. We will book rooms for all participants; you do not have to arrange your own lodging.

If you are interested in participating, please contact one of the organizers:

We have limited funding available for travel and lodging. Please indicate if you require financial support. If you are a graduate student, also indicate a possible roommate.

Please let us know if you would like to give a talk. If not, we encourage you to give a 5-minute presentation in the "Speed TORA" session.