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"French-Japanese Workshop on zeta functions III:
Methods of meromorphic continuations, study of zeros and special values and applications"
 

November 23rd and 24th, 2009
 
 

Université Jean Monnet (Saint-Etienne)
Laboratoire de Mathématiques LaMUSE
EA 3989
23 rue du Docteur Paul Michelon

42023 Saint-Etienne cedex 2














Organizers
L. Delabarre and D. Essouabri : Univ. Jean-Monnet (Saint-Etienne), France
Email: ludovic.delabarre@univ-st-etienne.fr, 
             driss.essouabri@univ-st-etienne.fr

Address:
Université Jean-Monnet (Saint Etienne),
Faculté des Sciences et Techniques, 
23 rue du Docteur Paul Michelon, 42023 Saint-Etienne cedex2-France

phone number : 33 (0)4 77 48 51 38, Fax : +33 (0)4 77 48 51 53


Topic of the Workshop

   The investigation of zeta functions has a fundamental place in many areas (number theory, arithmetic geometry,
group theory, mathematical physics, graph theory, dynamical systems, partial differential equations...). Many problems 
from these areas
as problems of counting solutions of Diophantine equations can be reformulated in terms of analytic problems of
zeta functions like meromorphic continuation, description of poles, special values, etc...
This point of view allows using the powerful analytic and geometrical methods (residues, integral representations,
singularities, etc...) in these areas.

   The focus of the workshop will be on some recent advances in the study of zeta functions. We hope to help
the specialists in remote fields, linked by the use of zeta functions, to exchange their experience.



Invited Talks

Here is the list of the speakers:

P. Corvaja (Univ. Udine, Italy)
Title: "Recent results on integral points on surfaces."
Abstract

Ludovic Delabarre (Univ. Jean Monnet, France),
Title: "Maximal domain of meromorphy of multivariable Euler products."
Abstract

Bruno Iochum (Univ. de Provence et CPT de Marseille, France),
Title: "Spectral geometry and physics."
Abstract

Yasushi Komori (Univ. Nagoya, Japan),
Title: "Multiple Bernoulli polynomials and multiple L-functions of root systems."
Abstract

Stéphane Louboutin (Institut de Mathématiques Luminy, Marseille, France),
Title: "Bounds for residues of Dedekind zeta functions."
Abstract

Kohji Matsumoto (Univ. Nagoya, Japan),
Title: "Functional equations for double zeta and L-functions."
Abstract

Elie Mosaki (Univ. Lyon I, France),
Title: "Irrationalité aux entiers impairs positifs d'un q-analogue de la fonction zêta de Riemann."
Abstract

Xavier-François Roblot (Univ. Lyon 1, France),
Title: "p-adic integration and p-adic zeta functions."
Abstract

Hirofumi Tsumura (Univ. Tokyo Metro., Japan)
Title: "Certain multiple series related to the Barnes multiple zeta-functions."
Abstract

Jean-Louis Verger-Gaugry (Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France)
Title: "Equidistribution of poles near unit circle of the Artin-Mazur Zeta function of the beta transformation."
Abstract

Registration

To register for the conference, please send an email to one of the organizers. If you want to book accomodations at the conference hotel or attend the dinner of November 23th, you should specify this on your email.

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Participants list



Schedule 

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Travel Information
 

A convenient way to travel to Saint-Etienne (Gare Châteaucreux) is by train from Lyon or Paris (trains from Paris to
Saint-Etienne leave in Paris from Gare de Lyon). for this see the sncf web file.


Local Information

Location of the Workshop: 

To get to the  building C of the Faculty Of Sciences, you must take the tramway n°5, from the the Châteaucreux railway station, until the Bellevue station and then take the bus 18 until the "Faculté des Sciences" station. Tickets
must be bought from the machine on the platform.
 

Staying in Saint-Etienne:

Here is a list of hotels in Saint-Etienne. Please ask organizers to reserve a hotel for you. 
If you stay at a hotel, please settle the bill directly with the hotel.

Meals:
  Monday and Tuesday a lunch will be served in a room near the conference lecture place. 
 On Monday evening, there will be a dinner at a restaurant, located near town center.
 Please indicate on the registration email if you wish to attend.