Zassenhaus Lecture 1 - Gregory Margulis

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Gregory Margulis
October 24, 2012
4:30PM - 5:30PM
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Jennings Hall, Room 355

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Add to Calendar 2012-10-24 16:30:00 2012-10-24 17:30:00 Zassenhaus Lecture 1 - Gregory Margulis Title:  Oppenheim Conjecture and Related ProblemsSpeaker:  Gregory Margulis, Yale UniversityAbstract: The Oppenheim conjecture proved in mideighties states that the set of values at integral points of an irrational indefinite quadratic form in n>2 variables is dense in R. I will talk about the history and proof of the conjecture and will also talk about various problems related to the conjecture.2012 Zassenhaus Lectures Poster [pdf] Jennings Hall, Room 355 Department of Mathematics math@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Title:  Oppenheim Conjecture and Related Problems

SpeakerGregory Margulis, Yale University

Abstract: The Oppenheim conjecture proved in mideighties states that the set of values at integral points of an irrational indefinite quadratic form in n>2 variables is dense in R. I will talk about the history and proof of the conjecture and will also talk about various problems related to the conjecture.

2012 Zassenhaus Lectures Poster [pdf]

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