Institute for Mathematical Sciences Event Archive

Equidistribution: Arithmetic, Computational and Probabilistic Aspects

(29 Apr - 17 May 2019)

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Boris Adamczewski
Université Lyon 1, France

Automatic numbers and Mahler’s method


Shigeki Akiyama
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Spiral Delone set

Normality equivalence and Pisot numbers


Verónica Becher
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Normal numbers with digit dependencies


Valérie Berthé
Université Paris-Diderot, France

Bounded remainder sets and dynamics

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On higher-dimensional three distance theorems


Anne Bertrand
Université de Poitiers, France

Equidistribution, negative bases and tiling

Dmitriy Bilyk
University of Minnesota, USA

Discrepancy bounds and related questions

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Yann Bugeaud
Université Strasbourg, France

On the expansions of a real number to two distinct bases


Olivier Carton
Université Paris Diderot, France

Links between automata and normality

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Nested perfect necklaces and low discrepancy sequences


Adam Case
Drake University, USA

Coupled randomness and a mutual divergence formula


Ignacio Mollo Cunningham
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Low discrepancy sequences failing Poissonian pair correlations


Katusi Fukuyama
Kobe University, Japan

Perturbed metric discrepancy results for geometric progressions


Ziyuan Gao
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Anish Ghosh
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India

Discrepancy estimates for rational points on varieties


Teturo Kamae
Osaka City University, Japan

Uniformity of the block distribution of planar words

Hajime Kaneko
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Analogy with the Lagrange spectrum for the powers of quadratic Pisot unit

Dong Han Kim
Dongguk University, Korea

Lagrange spectrum of Romik’s dynamical system


Seul Bee Lee
Seoul National University, Korea
Loïck Lhote
Université de Caen, France

Average case analysis of Euclidean algorithms

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Lingmin Liao
Université de Créteil, France

Simultaneous diophantine approximation of the orbits of the dynamical systems x2 and x3

Jack Lutz
Iowa State University, USA

Quantifying equidistribution: a survey of finite-state dimensions


William Mance
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland

Borel complexity of sets of normal numbers via generic points in subshifts with specification

Essentially non-normal numbers

Diana Mandar
Jakarta State University, Indonesia
Elvira Mayordomo
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

Asymptotic divergences and strong dichotomy

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Jorge Mello
University of New South Wales, Australia
Satyadev Nandakumar
Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Continued fractions and subsequence selections


Zeev Rudnick
Tel Aviv University, Israel

Beyond uniform distribution: level spacing and minimal gaps

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Divyum Sharma
University of Waterloo, Canada

Joint distribution of the base-q and Ostrowski digital sums


Igor Shparlinski
University of New South Wales, Australia

New bounds on the discrepancy of fractional parts of real polynomials


Theodore A. Slaman
University of California, Berkeley, USA

Diophantine approximation and recursion theory


Younghwan Son
Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea

Uniform distribution of generalized polynomials and applications


Frank Stephan
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Donald M. Stull
Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique, France
Asora Vipul
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Linda Brown Westrick
Pennsylvania State University, USA

In the proximity of dimension 1


Yue Yang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Lei Zhang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tippi Zhu
United World College South East Asia, Singapore