L-functions in Analytic Number Theory: Siegfred Baluyot

  • Date: 11/27/2023
  • Time: 12:00
Siegfred Baluyot, American Institute of Mathematics

University of Lethbridge


Twisted moments of characteristic polynomials of random matrices [video]


In the late 90's, Keating and Snaith used random matrix theory to predict the exact leading terms of conjectural asymptotic formulas for all integral moments of the Riemann zeta-function. Prior to their work, no number-theoretic argument or heuristic has led to such exact predictions for all integral moments. In 2015, Conrey and Keating revisited the approach of using divisor sum heuristics to predict asymptotic formulas for moments of zeta. Essentially, their method estimates moments of zeta using lower twisted moments. In this talk, I will discuss a rigorous random matrix theory analogue of the Conrey-Keating heuristic. This is ongoing joint work with Brian Conrey.

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Time: 11am Pacific/ 12pm Mountain


Location: M1040 (ULethbridge)/ 10-4068 (UNBC)  


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A recording of this event is available on mathtube.org.