2012 Conference on


 Date : 21 ~ 24 .Aug .2012 / Place : Shineville Resort Jeju 



L-functions have been playing a significant role in Number Theory. Several analytical properties of L-functions are known via the techniques of Analytic Number Theory. We can also study deeply about L-functions via the Langlands Program. The theme is to update our knowledge on L-function theory and explore further how far we can pursue using both theories.


Invited speakers:

Dmitry Gourevitch (Weizmann Institute of Science)

- Degenerate Whittaker models for real reductive groups

Kaoru Hiraga (Kyoto University)

- On endoscopy for covering groups of SL(2)

Christopher Hughes (University of York)
- Bounding the zeta function

Henry Kim (University of Toronto & KIAS)

- Automorphic Correction of Kac-Moody algebras

Wook Kim (KIAS)

- Residual spectrum under isogeny

Yasushi Komori (Rykkyo University)

- Zeta-functions of weight lattices of compact connected  semisimple Lie groups 
Erez Lapid (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
- The Harish-Chandra Schwartz space of automorphic forms 

Yoonbok Lee (University of Rochester)

- Mean Values of $ \zeta'/\zeta(s)$, Correlations of Zeros, and the Distribution of Almost Primes

Jungyun Lee (KIAS)

- Todd operator of 2d cones, special values of zeta function and polynomial behavior

Helmut Maier (University of Ulm)

- Exponential sums with Dirichlet- characters and zeros of Dirichlet L- Serie

Zhengyu Mao (Rutgers University)

- Computation of central values of L-functions

Omer Offen (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)

- Root Numbers and Distinguished Representations

A. Sankaranarayanan (NIMS & Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)

- The role of certain exponential sums and some consequences

David Soudry (Tel Aviv University)

- On CAP representations of  even orthogonal groups

Masatoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

- Zeros of self-reciprocal polynomials and canonical systems of differential equations

Nicolas Templier (Princeton University)

- Harmonic families of automorphic representations

Lin Weng (Kyushu University)

- Non-abelian Zeta Functions for Elliptic Curves and Their Zeros

Cem Yildirim (Bogaziši University)

- A survey of results on small gaps between primes



Haseo Ki(Yonsei University & KIAS)

Jinsung Park(KIAS)

Sug Woo Shin(MIT & KIAS)


This workshop is sponsored by KIAS, NIMS and NRF.