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Resonance chains: On Schottky surfaces the resonances of the Laplacian often form interesting chains (See Borthwick-Weich J. Spec. Theor 6(2) (2016) or Weich Comm.Math.Phys. 337(2) (2015)) Bildinformationen anzeigen

Resonance chains: On Schottky surfaces the resonances of the Laplacian often form interesting chains (See Borthwick-Weich J. Spec. Theor 6(2) (2016) or Weich Comm.Math.Phys. 337(2) (2015))

Oberseminar "Geometrische Analysis und Zahlentheorie"

In dem Oberseminar  "Geometrische Analysis und Zahlentheorie" werden aktuelle Forschungsresultate auf den Gebieten der geometrischen Analysis und der Zahlentheorie präsentiert und diskutiert.

Das Seminar findet

Dienstags 14:15-15:45
im Raum E2-304

statt.

Seminarprogramm

Wintersemester 2019/20
08.10.2019 Nguyen Thi Dang (Universität Heidelberg)
Titel:   Topological mixing of the Weyl chamber flow
Abstract: Let G be a semisimple Lie group without compact factors. Consider A a maximal split torus and a maximal compact subgroup K for which the Cartan decomposition holds. Denote by M the centralizer subgroup of A in K . Let Γ be a discrete subgroup of G, acting properly discontinuously on G/K . In the case of G = PSL(2, R), the right action of A on Γ\G identies with the action of the geodesic ow on the unit tangent bundle of Γ\H2 . The latter has been well studied and satises many chaotic properties such as topological mixing in its non-wandering set. My talk addresses the case when A is of higher dimension and Γ is not a lattice. First I will introduce the main topological property: topological mixing. Then I will state a joint result with Olivier Glorieux, a necessary and sucient condition for topological mixing of actions of one parameter subgroups φt of A on Γ\G/M . Then I will introduce a few key tools: the Benoist limit cone and Hopf coordinates of G/M . Finally, I will give the main ideas behind the proof of the topological mixing Theorem. Time permitting, I will present a generalization of this Theorem for the right action of φt on Γ\G when M is abelian and connected.                                                                                                                     
15.10.2019 Maxime Ingremeau (Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis)
Titel: Around Berry’s random waves conjecture
Abstract: 40 years ago, the physicist Michael Berry suggested that eigenfunctions of the Laplacian on manifolds of negative curvature should be well described, in the high-frequency limit, by some random function, given by an isotropic monochromatic Gaussian field. After recalling various mathematical interpretations of this conjecture, we will discuss how Bourgain’s arithmetic « derandomization technique » allow to prove the conjecture for eigenfunctions on the two-dimensional torus. We will show that the conjecture holds in a weak form for some families of quasi-modes, namely, long-time evaluated Lagrangian distributions on manifolds of negative curvature.                                                                                                                   
22.10.2019 Lasse Wolf (Universität Paderborn)
Titel Spectral Asymptotics for kinetic Brownian Motion on hyperbolic surfaces
Abstract: The kinetic Brownian motion on the sphere bundle of a Riemannian manifold M is a stochastic process that models a random perturbation of the geodesic flow. If M is a orientable compact constant negatively curved surface, we show that in the limit of infinitely large perturbation the L2-spectrum of the infinitesimal generator of a time rescaled version of the process converges to the Laplace spectrum of the base manifold. In addition, we give explicit error estimates for the convergence to equilibrium. The proofs are based on noncommutative harmonic analysis of SL2(R).                                                                                                                              
   
29.10.2019 N.N.                                               
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05.11.2019 N.N
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12.11.2019 N.N.
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19.11.2019 N.N.
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26.11.2019 N.N.
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03.12.2019 Markus Schwagenscheidt, Universität zu Köln
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10.12.2019 N.N.
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17.12.2019 N.N.
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07.01.2019 Martin Raum, Chalmers University of Technology
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14.01.2019 Jens Funke (Durham University)
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21.01.2019 N.N.
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28.01.2019 N.N.
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Sommersemester 2019
10.04.2019 Claudia Alfes-Neumann -- Universität Paderborn
Titel:  Harmonic weak Maass forms and Harish-Chandra modules
Abstract: In this talk we review results of Bringmann and Kudla on the classification of harmonic Maass forms. In their paper they gave a classification of the Harish-Chandra modules generated by the pullback (to SL_2(R)) of harmonic weak Maass forms for congruence subgroups of SL_2(Z).

ACHTUNG:  Gemeinsames Oberseminar mit AG Algebra Vortrag findet in  D1 320 statt und startet schon um 14h.
17.04.2019 Jan Frahm (geb Möllers) -- Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Titel: Periodenintegrale, L-Funktionen und Multiplizität Eins
Abstract: Einer automorphen Form auf der oberen Halbebene kann man durch Ihre Fourierkoeffizienten eine L-Funktion zuordnen. Allgemeiner kann man zwei automorphen Formen auf der oberen Halbebene die sogenannte Rankin-Selberg L-Funktion zuordnen, die durch Faltung der Fourierkoeffizienten gegeben ist. Diese Konstruktion lässt sich auf Paare automorpher Formen auf GL(m) und GL(n) verallgemeinern und hängt eng zusammen mit der Restriktion automorpher Formen von  GL(m) auf GL(n) (m\geq n) und Periodenintegralen. Im Vortrag wird dieser Zusammenhang erklärt und die Beziehung zur Restriktion (unendlich-dimensionaler) Darstellungen von GL(m) auf GL(n) hergestellt. Dadurch wird es möglich Abschätzungen für Rankin-Selberg L-Funktionen mit darstellungstheoretischen Methoden zu erreichen, insbesondere mit der Multiplizität Eins Eigenschaft.
24.04.2019 Polyxeni Spilioti -- Universität Tübingen
Titel Dynamical zeta functions, trace formulae
and applications
Abstract: The dynamical zeta functions of Ruelle and Selberg are functions of a complex variable s and are associated with the geodesic flow on the unit sphere bundle of a compact hyperbolic manifold. Their representation  by Euler-type products traces back  to the Riemann zeta function. In this talk, we will present  trace formulae and Lefschetz formulae, and the machinery that they provide to study the analytic properties of the dynamical zeta functions and their relation to spectral invariants. In addition, we will present other applications of the Lefschetz formula, such as the prime geodesic theorem for locally symmetric spaces of higher rank.                                                                                                                                 
01.05.2019 Feiertag
08.05.2019 Joachim Hilgert -- Universität Paderborn                                                 
Titel: Satake-Kompaktifizierung
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15.05.2019 Valentin Blomer -- Universität Göttingen
Titel: Spurformeln in der Analytischen Zahlentheorie
Abstract: Mit der Poissonschen Summationsformel als Ausgangspunkt werden spektrale Summationsformeln auf lokal-symmetrischen Räumen vorgestellt zusammen mit einer Reihe arithmetischer und analytischer Anwendungen.  
22.05.2019 Anna von Pippich -- TU Darmstadt
Titel The special value Z'(1) of the Selberg zeta function
Abstract: In this talk, we report on an explicit formula for the special value at s=1 of the derivative of the Selberg zeta function for the modular group Gamma=PSL_2 (Z). The formula is a consequence of a generalization of the arithmetic Riemann--Roch theorem of Deligne and Gillet-Soule to the case of the trivial sheaf on Gamma\H, equipped with the hyperbolic metric. The proof uses methods of zeta regularisation and relies on Mayer-Vietoris type formulas  for determinants of Laplacian. This is joint work with Gerard Freixas.   Achtung: Der Vortrag findet von 12:30-14h im Raum N 3.211 statt.                                                                                                                                   
29.05.2019 Michael Baake -- Universität Bielefeld
Titel Spectral aspects of point sets and their dynamical systems
Abstract: The plan of this talk is to recall some properties around
the diffraction and dynamical spectra of cut and project
and inflation point sets, with some emphasis on cases with
mixed spectrum and some examples of number-theoretic origin.
                                                                                                                               
05.06.2019 Anna Wienhard -- Universität Heidelberg
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12.06.2019 Christopher Voll
Titel Zeta functions of groups and rings -- uniformity at the edge of the wilderness
Abstract: In asymptotic group theory, zeta functions have become important tools to study the asymptotic and finer arithmetic properties of the distribution of finitary invariants of infinite groups. Defined as Dirichlet generating series, they encode, for instance, the numbers of finite-index subgroups or finite-dimensionsional representations of a given infinite group.

Zeta functions associated to arithmetic groups often enjoy Euler products, indexed by the (Archimedean and non-Archimedean) places of number fields. The non-Archimedean factors tend to be rational functions. To understand how these functions vary with the place is among the fundamental challenging questions in the field.

I will report on recent work with Angela Carnevale and Michael Schein: we prove a conjecture of Grunewald, Segal, and Smith on the variation of local normal subgroup zeta functions of finitely generated free class-2-nilpotent groups under base extension with number rings. Our result establishes that, in this setup, the variation is "uniform on primes of fixed decomposition type" in the relevant number field.

ACHTUNG:  Es finden an diesem Tag aufgrund der Lesewoche zwei Vorträge 11:00-12:30 (in J 2.213) und 14:00-15:30 (E 2.304) statt.                                                                         
19.06.2019 Kein Seminar
26.06.2019 Jasmin Matz
Titel: Asymptotics of traces of Hecke operators
Abstract: The distribution of spectral parameters in families of automorphic
representations has many applications, such as density estimates for
exceptional eigenvalues or low-lying zeros in families of L-functions.
I want to talk about joint work with T. Finis in which we prove an
effective equidistribution result for Satake parameters of spherical
automorphic forms on many split reductive groups with growing Laplace
eigenvalue. Compared to previously known results for GL(n), we can
improve the bounds for the remainder terms. As a special case we also
obtain the Weyl law on the associated locally symmetric space together
with an upper bound for the remainder.
03.07.2019 N.N.
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10.07.2019 Fällt aus wegen PBMath Sommerschule
Organisatoren

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Claudia Alfes-Neumann

Zahlentheorie und automorphe Formen

Claudia Alfes-Neumann
Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2663
Büro:
D2.241
Web:

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Nach Vereinbarung.

Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2630
Büro:
D2.234
Web:

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Nach Vereinbarung

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tobias Weich

Spektral Analysis

Leiter der AG Spektralanalysis

Tobias Weich
Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2621
Büro:
D2.207
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