Subword complexity, expansion of real numbers and irrationality exponents
We introduce and study a new complexity function in combinatorics on words, which takes into account the smallest return time of a factor of an infinite word. We characterize the eventually periodic words and the Sturmian words by means of t...
The Lagrange and Markov Spectra of Pythagorean triples
The Lagrange spectrum is the set of approximation constants in the Diophantine approximation for badly approximated numbers. It is closely related with the Markov spectrum which corresponds the minimum values of indefinite quadratic forms ov...
I will tell two interrelated stories illustrating fruitful interactions between combinatorics and Hodge theory. The first is that of Lorentzian polynomials, based on my joint work with Petter Brändén. They link continuous convex...
Fixed points of symplectic/Hamiltonian circle actions
A circle action on a manifold can be thought of as a periodic flow on a manifold (periodic dynamical system), or roughly a rotation of a manifold. During this talk, we consider symplectic/Hamiltonian circle actions on compact symplectic mani...
Global result for multiple positive radial solutions of p-Laplacian system on exterior domain
Global result for multiple positive radial solutions of p-Laplacian system on exterior domain In this talk, we consider p-Laplacian systems with singular indefinite weights. Exploiting Amann type three solutions theorem for the singular syst...
행렬, 행렬함수 그리고 행렬방정식 (Matrix, Matrix Functions and Matrix Equations)
In this presentation, we introduce how matrices appeared in the history of mathematics and how they are used in today's fields. Also, we consider the necessary mathematics concepts to define the matrix functions. and the existence and conver...
The 21st century is the age of life science. Two issues in the life sciences are that humans live long, healthy lives and maintain a steady state of the earth's ecosystems despite disturbances. In this talk, we will look at how mathematics i...
Symplectic topology and mirror symmetry of partial flag manifolds
Soon after Gromov’s applications of pseudo-holomorphic curves to symplectic topology, Floer invented an infinite-dimensional Morse theory by analyzing moduli spaces of pseudo-holomorphic curves to make substantial progress on Arnold&r...
In this talk, I will talk about the definition Q-curvature and some of its properties. Then I will talk about the problem of prescribing Q-curvature, especially I will explain the ideas of studying the problem using flow approach.
We will show that the averaging formula for Nielsen numbers holds for continuous maps on infra-nilmanifolds: Let M be an infra-nilmanifold with a holonomy group Phi and f : M -> M be a continuous map. Then N(f ) = 1/| Phi | Sum_{A in Phi} | ...
Many aspects of the differential geometry of embedded Riemannian manifolds, including curvature, can be formulated in terms of multi-linear algebraic structures on the space of smooth functions. For matrix analogues of embedded surfaces, one...
Among many different ways to introduce derived algebraic geometry is an interplay between ordinary algebraic geometry and homotopy theory. The infinity-category theory, as a manifestation of homotopy theory, supplies better descent results ...
※ 강연 뒷부분이 녹화되지 않았습니다. A symplectic manifold is a space with a global structure on which Hamiltonian equations are defined. A classical result by Darboux says that every symplectic manifold locally looks standard, so it has be...
In this talk, we briefly introduce how a combinatorial object, Integer partition, is related with number theoretic subjects : q-series and modular forms. In particular, we will focus on (1) combinatorial proof for q-series identities (2) ari...
On the distributions of partition ranks and cranks
To explain Ramanujan's integer partition function congruences, Dyson's rank and Andrews-Garvan's crank have been introduced. The generating functions for these two partition statistics are typical examples of mock Jacobi forms and Jacobi for...