# Upcoming Events

The seemingly magical ability of a spinning top to stay upright fascinated people for many thousands of years and in many civilizations. Clay spinning tops dated to about 6,000 years ago were excavated in Iraq. And for all these millenia another similarly counterintuitive…

This will be the third Student Analysis talk on kinetic theory, the seminar theme for the first half of Autumn 2024. Detailed abstract to come.

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We shall explain how to generalize theorems of Polya and Andre in both a qualitative and (more importantly) quantitative way. As a consequence of our methods, we prove new irrationality results, including various products of logarithms as well as the Dirichlet L-value L(2,chi_{-3}). This is (…

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Abstract: Satellite operators are a well-trodden subject in Heegaard Floer theory. There are a number of algorithms to compute the effect of satellite operations on knot Floer homology. Most of these go via the bordered theory of Lipshtiz, Ozsvath and Thurston. There are some very helpful…

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We study the spectral inequalities of Schödinger operators for polynomial type growth potentials in the whole space. The spectral inequalities quantitatively depend on the density of the sensor sets, growth rate of the potentials and spectrum (or eigenvalues). We are able to…

BKT sections 2.2–2.3, more on Siegel sets and Borel–Serre compactifications