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Blomer_2021-12

17 December – Valentin Blomer: Analysis on arithmetic manifolds

25.11.2021
The talk gives an introduction to the analysis on arithmetic manifolds and presents classical techniques, a variety of applications and new directions in the sup-norm problem. Valentin Blomer is professor of mathematics at the University of Bonn. His area of research is analytic number theory and automorphic forms.
Marino_2021-12

3 December – Marcos Mariño: A deal with the devil: making sense of divergent series

19.11.2021
According to a well-known dictum of Niels Henrik Abel, divergent series are the devil’s invention. In spite of that (or because of that), they appear in many different situations in physics and mathematics. This talk will first review some important examples of divergent series and then show that there is a hidden and rich mathematical structure associated to them. Marcos Mariño is a Professor of...