Conference "Zeta Functions 6"
December 5 - 9, 2016, Moscow, Russia
Daniel Fiorilli (University of Ottawa)
Florent Jouve (University of Bordeaux)
Philippe Lebacque (University of Besançon)
Alexey Zykin (University of French Polynesia, HSE Lab. of Alg. Geom., IITP)
The Riemann zeta function is the basic example of a family of functions arising in many mathematical fields: number theory, algebraic geometry, group theory, graph theory, dynamical systems, partial differential equations...
The study of zeta functions is transversal to the traditional subdivision into mathematical disciplines: algebra, analysis, topology, geometry, combinatorics are all needed to resolve the arising problems. The most famous mathematical enigma, the Riemann hypothesis, generalized to many zeta functions, is the key to numerous mathematical questions.
The focus of the conference will be on the most recent advances in the study of zeta functions. We hope to help the specialists in remote fields, linked by the use of zeta functions, to exchange their experience.
If you would like to participate in the conference, please contact Philippe Lebacque.