Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics 

DPMMS > Research > Discrete Analysis Seminar 
The discrete analysis seminar began in Lent 2007 and is starting again in Lent 2008 after a break this autumn. 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 and discrepancy theory. Anyone who would like more information is welcome to contact Ben Green. Directions for attending the seminar may be found here.
Thomas Ward, UEA Norwich
Orbit counting for automorphisms of finite combinatorial rank
Olivier Guedon, Jessieu
Selection of characters via empirical processes
Trevor Wooley, Bristol
The Hasse Principle for systems of diagonal cubic equations
Bernard Host, MarneleVallee
Uniformity norms on L^{infty} and applications
Tim Austin, UCLA
Exchangeable random variables and the statistics of large graphs and hypergraphs
Christian Elsholtz, Royal Holloway
Multiplicative properties of sumsets and multiplicative properties of shifted sets
Szilard Revesz (Renyi Institute, Budapest)
Concentration of idempotent exponential polynomials
Tim Browning, Bristol
Manin's conjecture for a nonsingular quartic del Pezzo surface
Roger HeathBrown, University of Oxford
Sums of three kth powers
Edward Crane, Bristol
Circle Packings and Elliptic Curves