# Seminars Sorted by Series

## 50 Years of Number Theory and Random Matrix Theory Conference

### 50 Years of Number Theory and Random Matrix Theory Conference

I will talk about recent work towards a conjecture of Gonek regarding negative shifted moments of the Riemann zeta function. I will explain how to obtain asymptotic formulas when the shift in the Riemann zeta function is big enough, and how we can...

### 50 Years of Number Theory and Random Matrix Theory Conference

We will discuss recent results concerning the problem of establishing rigorous moment estimates and subconvex bounds for L-functions of large degree.

## DeepMind Workshop

### DeepMind Workshop

Alex Davies, University of Cambridge

What is Machine Learning Good For?

Machine learning has seen remarkable success in many areas in the past decade, but this inevitably leads to hype that obscures what it can and cannot do. In this talk we will...

### DeepMind Workshop

Alhussein Fawzi, EPFL

AlphaZero and Matrix Multiplication

## Joint IAS/PU Number Theory Seminar

### Joint IAS/PU Number Theory Seminar

A Diophantine upper bound on the dimensions of certain spaces of holonomic functions was the main ingredient in our proof with Calegari and Tang of the 'unbounded denominators conjecture' (presented by Tang in last year's number theory seminar) from...

### Joint IAS/PU Number Theory Seminar

The behavior of quadratic twists of modular L-functions is at the critical point is related both to coefficients of half integer weight modular forms and data on elliptic curves. Here we describe a proof of an asymptotic for the second moment of...

## 2005 Women and Mathematics

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Colloquium

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Colloquium

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2005 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

## 2006 Women and Mathematics

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture

### 2006 Women and Mathematics

Advanced Course Lecture

## 2007 Women and Mathematics

## 2008 Women and Mathematics

### 2008 Women and Mathematics

Beginner Course Lecture