Analysis, Probability, Number Theory and their Interaction

Workshop at King's College London

5th of April, 2019

Supported by an LMS scheme 9 grant

The talks will be held in the room K2.31 (Nash Lecture Theatre) in the King's building on the Strand Campus

Map and directions


Jeremiah Buckley
(King's College London)
Fluctuations in the zeroes of stationary Gaussian processes
Kristian Seip
(NTNU, Trondheim)
The $H^1$ inequalities of Carleman and Hardy from a multiplicative point of view
Mikhail Sodin
(Tel Aviv University)
Spectra of stationary processes on Z and polynomial approximation on the unit circle
Nina Snaith
(University of Bristol)
Zeros and moments: motivating random matrix theory through number theory


Registration is free; if you plan on attending please send an email to indicating whether you will also be attending dinner. (There may be a small charge for dinner, depending on numbers - PhD students will be exempt from this charge.)

There is limited funding for research students at UK universities who do not have other means of support. Please indicate in your e-mail if you wish to be considered.

There is also some support for caring costs for dependants of attendees. Please indicate in your e-mail if you wish to be considered.

Jeremiah Buckley