
Diophantine approximation originated as the study of how well a number could be approximated by rational numbers. From this many new problems arose. A few examples are: simultaneous approximation of several rational numbers, approximation of algebraic integers, developing a metric theory of Diophantine approximation, and approximation on powers of the multiplicative group. Classical Diophantine approximation and its many generalizations require familiarity with concepts from algebraic number theory, lattices, geometry of numbers, and heights. This school's aim is to provide an introduction to Diophantine approximation, and the necessary background to study these problems. 
Scientific Committee  Organizing Committee 
 Shabnam Akhtari (University of Oregon)
 Lenny Fukshansky (Claremont McKenna College)
 Kate Petersen (Florida State University)
 Valerio Talamanca (Università Roma Tre)

 Prof. Bakhrom Abdullaev (Urgench State University)
 Prof. Sevdiyor Imomkulov (Urgench State University)
 Prof. Gayrat Urazboev (Urgench State University)
 Dr. Zafar Ibragimov (Urgench State University)
 Dr. Umida Baltayeva (Urgench State University and Khorezm Mamun)
 Dr. Mokhira Vaisova (Urgench State University)

