Beginning2020-05-25 16:00:00
Ending2020-05-25 17:00:00
Event titleColloquium-Some classical applications of modular forms in number theory
Place1F Room 101, General Building III
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Modular forms are complex-valued functions with many symmetries defined on the complex upper half-plane. Their Fourier coefficients often carry rich arithmetic or combinatorial meanings. As a result, many important problems in number theory can be solved by studying modular forms. (Among them, the Fermat Last Theorem is perhaps the most well-known.) In this talk, we will review several beautiful applications of modular forms in number theory from the early days of modular forms. The talk will be accessible to undergraduate students.

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