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Update: 2015/11/19

Research

The 15th International Conference, Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University
(Japan–France Research Cooperative Program)

Zeta Functions of Several Variables and Applications

Period
November 9–13, 2015
Place
Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University
Sperakers include
Gautami Bhowmik (Univ. de Lille 1),
Régis de la Bretèche (Univ. de Paris 7),
Driss Essouabri (Univ. Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne),
Hidekazu Furusho (Nagoya Univ.),
Soichi Ikeda (Shibaura Inst. Tech.),
Masanobu Kaneko (Kyushu Univ.),
Stéphane Louboutin (Institut de Math. Marseille),
Kaneaki Matsuoka (Nagoya Univ.),
Yoshinori Mizuno (Tokushima Univ.),
Takashi Nakaura (Tokyo Univ. of Science),
Thomas Oliver (Univ. of Bristol),
Tomokazu Onozuka (Nagoya Univ.),
Kojiro Oyama (Kyushu Univ.),
Łukasz Pańkowski (Adam Mickiewicz Univ. / Nagoya Univ.),
Shingo Saito (Kyushu Univ.),
Fumihiro Sato (Tsuda College),
Nobuo Sato (Kyoto Univ.),
Shinichiro Seki (Osaka Univ.),
Ade Irma Suriajaya (Nagoya Univ.),
Masatoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Tech),
Takashi Taniguchi (Kobe Univ.),
Koji Tasaka (Nagoya Univ.),
Hirofumi Tsumura (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.),
Masao Tsuzuki (Sophia Univ.),
Shuji Yamamoto (Keio Univ.),
Yoshinori Yamasaki (Ehime Univ.)
Organizers
Driss Essouabri (Univ. Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne),
Hidekazu Furusho (Nagoya Univ.),
Kohji Matsumoto (Nagoya Univ.)
Program Committee
Yasuo Ohno (Tohoku Univ.),
Masatoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Tech),
Hirofumi Tsumura (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
Supported by
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS),
Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)
Official Page
[Other Site] Official conference page of “Zeta Functions of Several Variables and Applications”
[Other Site] French–Japanese Projects “Zeta Functions of Several Variables and Applications”

Program

November 9 (Mon)
14:00–14:50

Driss Essouabri (Univ. Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne)

Multiple Dirichlet series associated to polynomials of several variables and applica-tions

15:00–15:50

Takashi Taniguchi (Kobe Univ.)

Exponential sums for prehomogeneous vector spaces

Coffee Break
16:20–17:00

Łukasz Pańkowski (Adam Mickiewicz Univ. / Nagoya Univ.)

Large values of L-function from the Selberg class

17:10–17:50

Yoshinori Yamasaki (Ehime Univ.)

Ramanujan Cayley graphs and the Hardy–Littlewood conjecture

November 10 (Tue)
10:00–10:50

Régis de la Bretèche (Univ. de Paris 7)

Counting rational points using height zeta function

11:00–11:50

Hirofumi Tsumura (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)

Desingularization of complex multiple zeta-functions and construction of p-adic multiple L-functions

Lunch Break
14:00–14:50

Masatoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Tech)

Hamiltonian systems arising from L-functions in the Selberg class

15:00–15:40

Yoshinori Mizuno (Tokushima Univ.)

Dirichlet series of two variables arising from real analytic Jacobi–Eisenstein series of matrix index

Coffee Break
16:10–16:40

Shinichiro Seki (Osaka Univ.)

On functional equations of finite multiple polylogarithms

16:50–17:20

Kojiro Oyama (Kyushu Univ.)

Ohno-type relation for finite multiple zeta values

18:00–20:00 Conference Dinner
November 11 (Wed)
10:00–10:50

Masanobu Kaneko (Kyushu Univ.)

On regularizations of multiple zeta values

11:00–11:50

Hidekazu Furusho (Nagoya Univ.)

p-adic multiple L-functions and p-adic multiple polylogarithms

Lunch Break
14:00–14:50

Masao Tsuzuki (Sophia Univ.)

Existence of Hilbert cusp forms with non-vanishing central L-values

15:00–15:30

Thomas Oliver (Univ. of Bristol)

Arithmetic schemes and mean-periodic functions

Coffee Break
16:00–16:30

Koji Tasaka (Nagoya Univ.)

On the Broadhurst–Kreimer conjecture and totally odd multiple zeta values

16:40–17:10

Nobuo Sato (Kyoto Univ.)

A higher Kronecker limit formula for totally real number fields in terms of normalized Shintani L-function

17:20–17:50

Soichi Ikeda (Shibaura Inst. Tech.) and Kaneaki Matsuoka (Nagoya Univ.)

On functional relations for Witten multiple zeta-functions

November 12 (Thu)
10:00–10:50

Gautami Bhowmik (Univ. de Lille 1)

Asymptotic results of Goldbach generating functions

11:00–11:50

Takashi Nakaura (Tokyo Univ. of Science)

Real zeros of Hurwitz–Lerch zeta and Hurwitz–Lerch type of Euler–Zagier double zeta functions

Free Discussion / Excuresion
November 13 (Fri)
10:00–10:50

Stéphane Louboutin (Institut de Math. Marseille)

An explicit lower bound on moduli of Dirichlet L-functions at s = 1

11:00–11:50

Fumihiro Sato (Tsuda College)

Zeta functions in several variables associated with prehomogeneous vector spaces

Lunch Break
14:00–14:40

Shingo Saito (Kyushu Univ.)

Relations among finite multiple zeta values

14:50–15:30

Shuji Yamamoto (Keio Univ.)

The Kaneko–Tsumura multiple zeta functions of r + r variables

Coffee Break
16:00–16:30

Ade Irma Suriajaya (Nagoya Univ.)

On the distribution of zeros of the derivatives of the Riemann zeta function and Dirichlet L-functions

16:40–17:10

Tomokazu Onozuka (Nagoya Univ.)

On the a-points of the derivatives of the Riemann zeta function

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