Zeta functions in asymptotic algebra

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Date 06.12.2022 15:1517:00  
Speaker Tobias Rossmann (NUI Galway)
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Category Conferences - Seminars
Event Language English

Over the past decades, the study of zeta functions arising from algebraic counting problems has evolved into a distinct branch of asymptotic algebra. An appealing feature of this area is that it constitutes a meeting ground for several different mathematical subjects such as algebra, combinatorics, geometry, and logic. The first part of my talk will be a (biased) introduction to this area, in particular to the study of zeta functions enumerating subobjects (e.g. subgroups). I will then turn to recent developments surrounding the enumeration of (linear) orbits of unipotent groups. A key theme will be the development of tools for proving the absence or presence of geometric features in (at first glance) unexpected places.

Practical information

  • Informed public
  • Free

Organizer

  • Dimitri Wyss

Contact

  • Monique Kiener (if you want to attend to the seminar by zoom, please contact me, and I'll give you the link)

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