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Peter Shalen December 1, 2015 https://www.math.ias.edu/seminars/abstract?event=83284 A theorem of Borel’s asserts that for any positive real number V, there are at most finitely many arithmetic lattices in PSL2(ℂ) of covolume at most V, or equivalently at most finitely many arithmetic hyperbolid 3-orbifolds of volume at most V. Determining all of these for a given V…