RIMS Project Research
The international conference
Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects
December 13(Mon)17(Fri), 2010
RIMS, Kyoto University
Kyoto, Japan
Aim and Scope
This is the main event of our project. This international
conference consists of invited talks presented by eminent specialists,
and poster sessions. It is the aim of the conference to activate
mutual communications and discussions among researchers who are
interested in this field.
organized by
S. Akiyama
K. Fukuyama
K. Matsumoto
H. Nakada
H. Sugita
Y. Takahashi
A. Tamagawa
Speakers and Titles
J.P. Allouche

Inconstancy of finite and infinite sequences
[Abstract]

V. Bergelson

Ramsey theory in the multiplicative integers and Diophantine approximations
[Abstract]

H. Ei

On Rauzy fractals generated by some automorphisms
[Abstract]

P. D. T. A. Elliott

Operator norms and the meanvalues of multiplicative functions
[Abstract]

H. Furstenberg

Diophantine Equations and WM (weakly mixing) Sets
[Abstract]

R. Garunkstis

Universality of the Selberg zetafunction for the modular group
[Abstract]

A. Hora

Characters and harmonic functions related to infinite wreath product groups
[Abstract]

Y. Ihara

An analytic function in 3 complex variables related to
the valuedistribution of log L, and the "Plancherel volume"
[Abstract]

H. Kaneko

On the fractional parts of powers of algebraic numbers
[Abstract]

J. Lagarias

The Takagi function and related functions
[Abstract]

A. Laurincikas

Universality of the Riemann zetafunction
[Abstract]

Y. Lee

The universality theorem for Hecke Lfunctions
[Abstract]

E. Lindenstrauss

On Linnik type problems
[Abstract]

E. Manstavicius

Probabilistic number theory on permutations
[Abstract]

H. Mishou

The joint universal property for derivatives of the Riemann zeta function
[Abstract]

H. Nagoshi

Independence of Lfunctions
[Abstract]

T. Nakamura

The generalized strong recurrence and the Riemann hypothesis
[Abstract]

R. Natsui

Euclidean algorithm over F_{ q}[X] and its cost functions
[Abstract]

Y. Okabe

Riemann's zeta function and Kummer function
[Abstract]

L. Pankowski

Hybrid universality for Lfunctions without the Euler product
[Abstract]

T. Shirai

Determinantal point processes and the zeros of analytic functions
[Abstract]

J. Steuding

Discrete moments of the Riemann zetafunction on deterministic and random sequences
[Abstract]

Y. Tachiya

Linear relations between pattern sequences in a < q,r>numeration system
[Abstract]

Y. Takahashi

Unitary matrices and probability
[Abstract]

T. Tate

Asymptotic EulerMaclaurin formula over lattice polytopes
[Abstract]

R. F. Tichy

Recent Developments in Discrepancy Theory
[Abstract]

S. Yasutomi

Some aspects of a multicontinued fraction algorithm
[Abstract]

Poster session
During the conference (held in the Room 420 of RIMS), we will organize
a poster session. Posters will be exhibited from Monday to Friday in
the Room 110 of RIMS. On the afternoon of each day (except
Wednesday) during the conference, a coffee break (30 minutes) will be
held in this Room 110.
The size of each poster should not be larger than 210 cm (height)
times 90 cm (width). The Room 110 will open at 9:00, Monday, and
posters are supposed to be brought there by the authors themselves.
Applications are closed.
List of Posters
S. Akiyama

Spectra of SelfAffine Tiling Dynamics

M. Aoki

How many zeros of \zeta^{(k)}(s) are there in \{\frac{1}{2}<\sigma,0<t<T\} ? 
T. Aoyama and T. Nakamura

Multidimensional infinitely divisible zeta distributions

T. K. Duy

Limitperiodic Arithmetical Functions and the Ring of Finite Integral Adeles

K. Fukuyama

Metric Discrepancy Results for Lacunary Sequences

A. Ito

On the divisibility of class numbers of imaginary quadratic fields
whose discriminant has only two odd prime factors

D. Kwon

Ordered orbits of the \betatransformations, and a devil's slope

R. Macaitiene

The discrete universality of the periodic Hurwitz zeta function.

S. Matsumoto

Unitary matrix integrals and enumerations of permutations

T. Murayama

The behavior of the limit distribution in BohrJessen's limit
theorem as \sigma \searrow \frac{1}{2}

K. Nakaishi

Pisot conjecture and Rauzy fractals

K. Suzuki

Partial Epstein zeta functions on linear binary codes and its functional
equations

M. Suzuki

An equivalence condition for the Riemann hypothesis.

N. Terai

On the generalized RamanujanNagell equations

R. Tomiyasu

On the distribution of vanishing Fourier coefficients of average theta
series
in the Conway topograph and its application to crystallography.

N. Ushiroya

Multiplicative functions of several variables and mean value theorems

Registration
To attend the conference, no preregistration is required, and there
is no registration fee.
Banquet
We will organize a formal banquet of the conference on the evening of
Tuesday, at the caferestaurant
Camphora
in the campus of Kyoto University.
The banquet fee is 2000 yen
and the participants will be asked to pay it at the banquet place.
Applications are closed.
Excursion
Bus trip to several world heritages: Kinkakuji, Ryoanji and Ninnaji
starting 12:30 Wednesday at RIMS entrance, ending around 17:00.
We are planning to have Japanese tea service on the way.
The fee is (apporx.) 3000JPY, which includes a lunch box and
English guide.
Willing participants may enjoy evening walk in lightedup
Arashiyama district after the trip. In this case, those participants
have to enjoy the way back to the residence by themselves, according
to an instruction map.
Applications are closed.
Proceedings
We have a plan of publishing the Proceedings of the conference
as a volume of
RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu series.
This is an official publication from RIMS, and all the submitted
papers will be strictly refereed. The details will be informed
later.