RIMS Project Research 2010
Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects
RIMS, Kyoto University
Kyoto, Japan
Aim and Scope
The main theme of this project is the interplay between probability
theory and number theory, especially various applications of
probabilistic methods to number theory.
Topics include
Value distributions and universality of zeta and L functions

Probabilistic theory of arithmetical functions

Random matrix theory and zeta functions

Metric results on continued fractions and discrepancies

Arithmetic algorithm and dynamical systems. Tilings, fractals ...

Schedule
International Conference
Satelite Seminars
R. Tichy

Digital expansions: Arithmetics and Dynamics


10 DEC (FRI) 16:00  17:00
[Seminar Room A510, Faculty of Science, Niigata University]

P. D. T. A. Elliott

The distribution in residue classes of integers
omitting unspecified prime divisors.


20 DEC (Mon) 15:00  18:00
[Room 1558, Honkan 5, ShiroganeKosha, Meiji Gakuin University]

V. Bergelson

Applications of Dynamical Systems to Combinatorics and Number Theory


22 DEC (Wed) 16:30  17:30
[14733, Department of Mathematics, Keio University]

organizing committee
S. Akiyama
K. Fukuyama
K. Matsumoto
H. Nakada
H. Sugita
Y. Takahashi
A. Tamagawa