Talks

The talks given by the SFB Staff within the SFB Project in 2017 are listed below:

  1. Kusner W.: Discrete Geometry and Convexity: Critical packings, rigidity, and the radius function, 06.01.2017, JMM, Special Session on Discrete Geometry and Convexity, Atlanta, USA.
  2. Drmota M.: Subsequences of Automatic Sequences, 12.01.2017, Invited talk, International Conference in Number Theory, Kerala School of Mathematics, Calicut, India.
  3. Kritzer P.: Approximation in Korobov spaces with exponential weights, 14.02.2017, 7th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation, Sydney, Australia.
  4. Leobacher G.: Utility indifference pricing of index linked CAT options, 22.03.2017, Stochastic Models and Control Workshop, Trier, Germany.
  5. Leobacher G.: Two strongly convergent methods for stochastic differential equations with irregular coefficients, 28.03.2017, Mini-workshop on Dynamical systems and nonlinear evolutions, KFU Graz, Austria.
  6. Saad Eddin S.: Stieltjes constants: Stieltjes's work and Modern development, 14.04.2017, Analytic Number Theory seminar, Nagoya University, Japan.
  7. Grabner P.: Hyperuniformity on the Sphere, 20.04.2017, Optimal Point Configurations and Orthogonal Polynomials 2017, Centro Internacional de Encuentros Matemáticos (CIEM) Castro Urdiales, Cantabria, Spain.
  8. Drmota M.: Primzahlen und automatische Folgen, 21.04.2017, Invited talk, OeMG-Lehrer/innen/fortbildungstagung, Universität Wien, Austria. 
  9. Kusner W.: Optimal Point Configurations and Orthogonal Polynomials: Critical packings (in the sphere), 22.04.2017, Centro Internacional de Encuentros Matemáticos (CIEM) Castro Urdiales, Cantabria, Spain.
  10. Müllner C.: Automatic Sequences fulfill the Sarnak Conjecture, 03.05.2017, Invited talk, Workshop: Bridges between Automatic Sequences and algebra and number theory, Montreal, Canada.
  11. Irrgeher C.: Simulation in Gaussian models and Integration in Hermite spaces: State of research and open problems, 18.05.2017, Invited talk, University Graz, Austria.
  12. Grepstad S.: Bounded remainder sets for the discrete and continuous irrational rotation, 25.05.2017, Prime Numbers and Automatic Sequences: Determinism and Randomness, Marseille, France.
  13. Müllner C.: Möbius orthogonality for the Zeckendorf sum-of-digits function, 26.05.2017, Invited talk, Prime Numbers and Automatic Sequences: Determinism and Randomness, Marseille, France. 
  14. Kusner W.: Critical packings and the radius function, 02.06.2017, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria.
  15. Saad Eddin S.: RSA Integers: Products of two proportional primes, 03.06.2017, Invited talk, Women Number Theorists Workshop (WINJ10), Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
  16. Winterhof A.: Carlitz rank and index of permutation polynomials, 06.06.2017, Finite Fields and Their Applications Fq13, Gaeta, Italy.
  17. Merai L.: On the pseudorandomness of automatic sequences, 08.06.2017, Finite Fields and Their Applications Fq13, Gaeta, Italy.

  18. Müllner C.: Normal Subsequences of Automatic Sequences, 08.06.2017, Numeration 2017, Rome, Italy.
  19. Anbar N.: On the difference of permutation polynomials, 08.06.2017, Finite Fields and Their Applications Fq13, Gaeta, Italy.
  20. Anbar N.: Spectra and Equivalence of Boolean Functions, 09.06.2017, Finite Fields and Their Applications Fq13, Gaeta, Italy.
  21. Weitzer M.: An introduction to p-adic systems: A new kind of number system, 09.06.2017, Numeration 2017, Rome, Italy.
  22. Kusner W.: A very short talk on packing problems, 12.06.2017, Aspen Center for Physics, USA.
  23. Saad Eddin S.: Counting constrained almost primes, 14.06.2017, Invited talk, Number Theory seminar, Graz University, Austria.
  24. Saad Eddin S.: The Laurent-Stieltjes constants of Dirichlet L-series, 30.06.2017, Invited talk, 36th KMZ Conference, Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences, Osaka, Japan.
  25. Pillichshammer F.: Metrical star discrepancy bounds for lacunary subsequences of digital Kronecker sequences and polynomial tractability, 04.07.2017, MCM 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  26. Hittmeir M.: A Computational Aspect of Rational Residuosity, 04.07.2017, 30th Journées Arithmétiques, Caen, France.
  27. Kritzer P.: Truncation dimension for linear problems on weighted anchored and ANOVA spaces, 05.07.2017, MCM 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  28. Kritzinger R.: Optimal discrepancy rate of point sets in Besov spaces with negative smoothness, 06.07.2017, MCM 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  29. Neumüller M.: Reduced Fast Polynomial Lattice Point Sets with Small Weighted Star Discrepancy, 06.07.2017, MCM 2017, Montreal, Canada.
  30. Kritzer P.: Truncation dimension for linear problems on multivariate function spaces, 17.07.2017, Foundations of Computational Mathematics 2017, Barcelona, Spain.
  31. Irrgeher C.: On multivariate integration with respect to the Gaussian measure, 19.07.2017, Foundations of Computational Mathematics 2017, Barcelona, Spain.
  32. Stepaniuk T.: Approximation characteristics of classes of differentiable functions, 27.07.2017, Hypercomplex Seminar 2017, Bedlewo, Poland.
  33. Bors A.: Fibers of word maps and composition factors, Groups St Andrews 2017, Birmingham, England.
  34. Kritzer P.: Numerical Integration in Hermite Spaces, 31.08.2017, Invited talk, Opening Workshop of the SAMSI Program on Quasi-Monte Carlo and High-Dimensional Sampling Methods for Applied Mathematics (QMC), Durham, NC, USA.
  35. Kritzer P.: Lattice rules with random numbers of points, 11.09.2017, ÖMG-DMV-Tagung 2017, Salzburg, Austria.
  36. Roche-Newton O.: New bounds for the cardinality of the set AA+A, 25.09.2017, Workshop: Discrepancy theory and quasi-Monte Carlo methods, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  37. Kritzinger R.: Point sets and sequences with the optimal order of $L_{p}$-discrepancy, 26.09.2017, Workshop: Discrepancy theory and quasi-Monte Carlo methods, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  38. Pillichshammer F.: Tractability properties of the weighted star discrepancy of regular grids, 26.09.2017, Workshop: Discrepancy theory and quasi-Monte Carlo methods, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  39. Winterhof A.: Measures of Pseudorandomness: A partial hierarchy, 28.09.2017, Workshop: Discrepancy theory and quasi-Monte Carlo methods, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  40. Hefter M.: Random bit quadrature and approximation of distributions on Hilbert spaces, 09.10.2017, Workshop: Tractability of High-Dimensional Problems, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  41. Kritzer P.: Randomized lattice rules with nearly optimal error convergence, 13.10.2017, Workshop: Tractability of High-Dimensional Problems, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  42. Neumüller M.: Metrical Star Discrepancy Bounds for Subsequences of Digital Kronecker Sequences and Polynomial Tractability, 13.10.2017, Workshop: Tractability of High-Dimensional Problems, Erwin Schrödinger Institut, Vienna, Austria.
  43. Larcher G.: On Weyl Products and Irregularities of Distribution, 20.10.2017, Festkolloquium on Occasion of 60th birthday of Robert Tichy, Graz, Austria.
  44. Tichy R.: Normal Number: Quantitative and computational aspects, 07.11.2017, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
  45. Hofer R.: Construction of Low-Discrepancy Point Sets and Sequences, and the Distribution of Subsequences, 20.11.2017, Habilitationsvortrag, JKU, Linz, Austria.
  46. Kritzer P.: Modified component-by-component constructions of (polynomial) lattice points, 15.03.2018, Zurich Colloquium in Applied and Computational Mathematics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
  47. Anbar Meidl N.: Curves (Function fields) with many rational points (places): Recent developments, 01.03.2018, Mathematics Colloquium, Sabanci University, Turkey.
  48. Kritzer, P.: Reduced Component-by-component constructions of (polynomial) lattice points, 9.5.2018, Invited Talk, Transition Workshop of the SAMSI Program on Quasi-Monte Carlo and High-Dimensional Sampling Methods for Applied Mathematics, Raleigh, NC, USA.
  49. Stockinger W.: Some negative results related to Poissonian pair correlation problems, 23.05.2018, Numeration 2018, Paris, France.
  50. Stockinger W.: Gaps, additive energy and Poissonian pair correlation problems, 09.06.2018, Analysis Seminar 2018, Traunkirchen, Austria.
  51. Kritzer, P.: Successive component search algorithms for good lattice points, 11.6.2018,
    MATRIX-Program "On the Frontiers of High-Dimensional Computation". Creswick (VIC), Australia.
  52. Saad Eddin S.: A survey on the evaluation of the values of Dirichlet L-functions and of their logarithmic derivatives at $1+it$, 28.06.2018, Invited Talk, Number Theory seminar, Graz University, Austria.
  53. Kritzinger R.: Haar Analysis of Digital Nets and Sequences, 02.07.2018, Invited talk, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  54. Neumüller M.: Asymptotic Behaviour of the Sudler Product of Sines for Quadratic Irrationals, 03.07.2018, Invited talk, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  55. Hofer R.: Kronecker-Halton sequences in $\mathbb{F}_p ((X^{-1}))$, 03.07.2018, Invited talk, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  56. Stockinger W.: Some negative results related to poissonian pair correlation problems, 05.07.2018, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  57. Larcher G.: On discrepancy and pair correlation of sequences in the unit interval, 05.07.2018, Invited talk, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  58. Kaltenböck L.: On Bounded Remainder Sets for Sequences $({a_n \alpha})_{n \geq 1}$ with $(a_n)_{n \geq 1}$ a Lacunary Integer Sequence, 05.07.2018, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  59. Kritzer, P.: Discrepancy bounds for nets and sequences, 05.07.2018, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.
  60. Pillichshammer F.: Discrepancy of digital sequences: new results on a classical QMC topic, 05.07.2018, Invited talk, 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France.

 

 

Talks in the period 01.01.2017-31.12.2017: list

Talks in the period 01.01.2016-31.12.2016: list

Talks in the period 01.01.2015-31.12.2015: list

Talks in the period 01.02.2014-31.12.2014: list

Poster presentations

  1. Bors A.: Large cycles in finite groups,  LMS-EMS mathematical weekend, 18-20.09.2015, Birmingham, UK.
  2. Bors A.: Fibers of word maps and composition factors, Workshop on Permutation Groups: Methods and Applications, 12-14. 01.2017, Universität Bielefeld, Germany.
  3. Stepaniuk T.: Approximations by Fourier sums of generalized Poisson integrals, Workshop Optimal Point Configurations and Orthogonal Polynomials 2017, 19-22.04.2017, Castro Urdiales, Spain.
  4. Stepaniuk T.: Asymptotic estimates of approximation by Fourier sums of classes of generalized Poisson integrals, International Conference in Approximation Theory, 8-11.05.2017, Savannah, USA.