Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Number Theory and Combinatorics Seminar
Spring 2019
Talks are at noon on Monday in D631 of University Hall
For more information, or to receive an email announcement of each week's seminar,
contact Nathan Ng < ng AT cs DOT uleth DOT ca > or Dave Morris <>.
Talks in the series this semester:
(Click on any title for more info, including the abstract. Then click on it again to hide the info.)

Date Speaker Title

Jan 14 everyone Open problem session

Jan 21 Amir Akbary Ambiguous Solutions of a Pell Equation

Feb 4 Hadi Kharaghani Two new classes of Hadamard matrices

Feb 11 Nathan Ng Discrete moments of the Riemann zeta function

Feb 25 Jack Klys Cohen-Lenstra heuristics and counting number fields
(University of Calgary)

Mar 4 Joy Morris Counting Digraphical Regular Representations (DRRs)

Mar 11 Peng-Jie Wong On Siegel Zeros

Mar 18 Lee Troupe Sums of divisors

Mar 25 Qing Zhang On the holomophy of adjoint L-function for GL(3)
(University of Calgary)

Apr 1 Quanli Shen The ternary Goldbach problem with primes in positive density sets

May 30 Majid Shahabi The appearance of p-adic numbers
at 11am
in C630

June 24 Cameron Franc Classification of some three-dimensional vertex operator algebras
at noon
in C630
(University of Saskatchewan)

Past semesters: Fall F2007 F2008 F2009 F2010 F2011 F2012 F2013 F2014 F2015 F2016 F2017 F2018
Spring S2008 S2009 S2010 S2012 S2013 S2014 S2015 S2016 S2017 S2018
Click here for a PDF file of abstracts all talks back to 2007 (approx 280K).