Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics 

DPMMS > Research > Discrete Analysis Seminar 
The discrete analysis seminar began in Lent Term 2007. The range of topics covered by the seminar is rather broad. It includes, but is not limited to, additive combinatorics, analytic number theory, geometry of banach spaces, harmonic analysis, ergodic theory and discrepancy theory. In MIchaelmas Term 2008 about half of the seminar slots will be taken up with an Open Problems seminar given by Ben Green and intended largely for graduate students, though all are welcome. Anyone who would like more information is welcome to contact Ben Green. Directions for attending the seminar may be found here.
Ben Green (Cambridge)
Open Problems, I
Olof Sisask (Cambridge)
On the maximal number of 3term progressions modulo p
Adam Harper (Cambridge)
Stein's method and the ErdosKac theorem
Speaker to be confirmed
NO SEMINAR (MSRI workshop on Discrete Rigidity Phenomena)
Ben Green (Cambridge)
Open Problems, II
Chris Smyth (Edinburgh)
Integer symmetric matrices and Lehmer's problem
Nikita Sidorov (Manchester)
Expansions of real numbers in noninteger bases: arithmetic, combinatorics and dynamics
Ben Green (Cambridge)
Open Problems, III