June 30-July 11, 2008
Summer School in Analytic Number Theory and Diophantine Approximation
University of Ottawa, Ontario Canada

 

Main page by the Fields Institute:

http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/07-08/analytic/


Pictures taken at the summer school

·         Outside picture of the whole group #1

·         Outside picture of the whole group #2

·         Picture of the lecture room

·         F. Amoroso lecturing

·         K. Soundararajan lecturing

 

Scientific documents:

Lectures by Michel Waldschmidt: (first week)

The following documents are up-dated versions of those which have been distributed at the lectures:

More material is available from the web page of the author at the address

http://people.math.jussieu.fr/~miw/index2.html


Lectures by Nathan Ng: (first week)

The following documents have been distributed at the lectures.

·         The analytic theory of Dirichlet L-functions (lecture 1)

·         Zero-free regions of Dirichlet L-functions (lecture 2)

·         Primes in arithmetic progressions (lecture 3)

·         Mean values of L-functions (lecture 4)

·         The Distribution of Zeros of zeta(s) (lecture 5)

Up-dated pdf files will be available from the web page of Nathan Ng later in August at the following address

http://www.cs.uleth.ca/~nathanng/


Lectures by Damien Roy: (first week)

The following documents are up-dated versions of those which have been distributed at the lectures (with slight changes):

 

 

Lectures by Kannan Soundararajan: (second week)

 

Notes have been presented on the blackboard together with additional references for the interested students.

 

Lectures by Francesco Amoroso: (second week)

 

The following document has been distributed at the beginning of the week:

 

 

Complementary references kindly made accessible by their authors:

·         Heights of algebraic numbers (Chapter 3 of the book Diophantine approximation on linear algebraic groups by Michel Waldschmidt, Grundlehren 326, Springer, 2000).

·         Absolute values and Heights of algebraic numbers (Chapter 3 of the PhD thesis of Martín Avendaño)

 

Lectures by Andrew Granville: (second week)

 

The following document has been distributed at the beginning of the week: