Learning seminar on multiple zeta values

组织者 Organizer:Cezar Lupu, 赖力,余成龙,郑志伟
时间 Time:Fri 1:30-3:30pm,2022-1-7
地点 Venue:Ning Zhai W11

Upcoming Talks

Seminar 4: Linear forms in Riemann zeta values and MZVs
Speaker: Li Lai
Time: January 7th, 2022, Friday 13:30-15:00
Location: Ning Zhai W11
Abstract:
This talk consists of three parts. First, we breifly introduce Siegel's and Nesterenko's linear independence criteria. Then, we explore their applications to the irrationality of Riemann zeta values (I will explain key ideas of the Ball-Rivoal theorem and go a little beyond that). Finally, we discuss the possibility and difficulty of generalizing the irrationality results from Riemann zeta values to MZVs.


Past Talks

Seminar 3:Multiple zeta values. Basic properties and identities II.

Speaker:Cezar Lupu

Date:12-10

Abstract:In this third talk, we explore more the integral representation of Kontsevich of MZV's. Also, using this integral representation we immediately derive Drinfeld's duality as well as other evaluations of families of MZV's. Moreover, we introduce some special functions such as multiple polylogarithms or Gauss hypergeometric and using generating functions we prove identities for multiple zeta values such as Hoffman-Zagier and Broadhurst-Zagier theorems. Briefly, we discuss the notion of period in the sense of Kontsevich and Zagier and some examples.


Seminar 2:Multiple zeta values. Basic properties and identities.

Speaker:Cezar Lupu

Date:12-3

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Abstract:In this second talk, we explore more the linear relations among multiple zeta values and we study a little bit more the $\mathbb{Q}$-vector space of multiple zeta values of a given weight. Also, using generating functions and properties of special functions, we prove some well-known identities for MZV's in the literature.


Seminar 1:An introduction to the Riemann and multiple zeta functions and their special values.

Speaker:Cezar Lupu, Yanqi Lake BIMSA

Date:11-26

Abstract:In this first talk, we introduce the multiple zeta functions and their values. We explore the basic properties such as convergence, analytic continuation, their relations and some special values. This talk is also suitable for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students.