Number Theory and Polynomials

26 Feb 2016, by chrystalcherniwchan in Sponsored events

Organisers: James McKee

This workshop, at the Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK, sponsored by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, covered a wide range of problems in number theory, with a unifying theme of polynomials.

Main Speakers:

Julian Aguirre (Bilbao): Integer Chebyshev constants and the trace of algebraic integers
Francesco Amoroso (Caen): Lower bounds for the height and size of the class group
Roger Baker (Brigham Young): Quadratic polynomials modulo one
Marie Jose Bertin (Paris): Mahler measure from number theory to geometry
Frits Beukers (Utrecht): Calculation of rational J-maps
Peter Borwein (Simon Fraser): Some highly computational problems somewhere between
Steve Cohen (Glasgow): Explicit theorems on generator polynomials over finite fields
Arturas Dubickas (Vilnius): The set of Mahler measures of integer polynomials
Tamas Erdelyi (Texas A&M): Inequalities for exponential sums
Graham Everest (UEA): On primitive prime divisors of polynomial sequences
Michael Filaseta (South Carolina): Irreducibility and coprimality algorithms for sparse
Simon Kristensen (Aarhus): Metric Diophantine approximation with polynomials
Michael Mossinghoff (Davidson)
Andrzej Schinzel (Warsaw): The reduced length of a polynomial