3rd Japanese-German
Number Theory Workshop

November 20th -- 24th, 2017
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, Germany

This workshop is a continuation of two former workshops: the 1st Japanese-German number theory workshop organized by Shuichi Hayashida, Hiro-aki Narita and Nicole Raulf in July 25th -- 28th 2005 at MPIM and the 2nd Japanese-German number theory workshop organized by Yoshinori Mizuno and Nicole Raulf in February 18th -- 22th 2008 at MPIM. In the same vein, the workshop has the aim to give young German and Japanese researchers the opportunuity to present their research and exchange ideas thus promoting and enabling collaboration between the young researchers. Furthermore, there will be an automophic seminar (ABKLS seminar) consisting of a few talks by experienced researchers on Wednesday 22th afternoon.
All speakers will be encouraged to explain thier research problem clearly and to discuss it with participants.
The workshop is mainly supported by MPIM. Several Japanese speakers are partially supported by the Hakubi project, Kyoto University Japan.

Sho Takemori (MPIM)
Tomomi Ozawa (Univ. Paris 13)
Kenji Makiyama (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.)
Ren-he Su (Kyoto Univ.)
Nobuo Sato (Kyoto Univ.)
Hiraku Atobe (Univ. of Tokyo)
Shingo Sugiyama (Kyushu Univ.)
Minoru Hirose (Kyushu Univ.)
Toshiki Matsusaka (Kyushu Univ.)
Shun'ichi Yokoyama (Kyushu Univ.)
Hiroshi Sakata (Waseda Univ Senior High School)
Hidetaka Kitayama (Wakayama Univ.)
Hiro-aki Narita (Kumamoto Univ.)
Takashi Nakamura (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
Hiroki Aoki (Tokyo Univ. of Science)

Annalena Wernz (RWTH Aachen)
Claudia Alfes-Neumann (University of Cologne)
Markus Schwagenscheidt (TU Darmstadt)
Steffen Löbrich (University of Cologne)
Yingkun Li (Technical Univ. Darmstadt)

Program.pdf, Abstract.pdf

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:50 -- 10:40
Shun'ichi Yokoyama
Number theory with Magma: for performant and flexible computation
9:50 -- 10:40
Nobuo Sato
On Charlton's conjecture about the multiple zeta values
9:50 -- 10:40
Minoru Hirose
On a certain class of linear relations among the multiple zeta values arising from the theory of iterated integrals
9:50 -- 10:40
Kenji Makiyama
A p-adic family of Saito-Kurokawa lifts for a Coleman family and the Bloch-Kato conjecture
9:50 -- 10:40
Sho Takemori
Construction of vector valued Siegel modular forms and examples of congruences
11:10 -- 12:00
Takashi Nakamura
Selberg's orthonormality conjecture and joint universality of L-functions
11:10 -- 12:00
Yingkun Li
Average values of higher Green's functions and their factorizations
11:10 -- 12:00
Ren-he Su
On linear relations between L-values and arithmetic functions
11:10 -- 12:00
Tomomi Ozawa
Eisenstein and CM congruence modules defined over a real quadratic field
11:10 -- 12:00
Hidetaka Kitayama
Siegel modular forms with respect to non-split symplectic groups
14:00 -- 14:50
Shingo Sugiyama
Explicit trace formulas for symmetric square L-functions for GL(2) and some applications
14:00 -- 14:50
Hiro-aki Narita
Explicit constructions of non-tempered cusp forms on orthogonal groups of low split ranks
14:00 -- 14:50
ABKLS seminar: Nicole Raulf
On a mean value result for a product of L-functions
12:10 -- 12:50
Steffen Löbrich
Niebur-Poincare series and regularized inner products
14:10 -- 15:00
Claudia Alfes-Neumann
Regularized theta lifts of integral weight harmonic Maass forms I
15:00 -- 15:50
Hiroshi Sakata
A certain level-index changing operator on Jacobi cusp new forms
15:00 -- 15:50
Hiraku Atobe
On the Miyawaki lifts of hermitian modular forms
15:00 -- 15:50
ABKLS seminar: Hiroki Aoki
On the structure of mixed weight Hilbert modular forms
15:30 -- 16:10
Markus Schwagenscheidt
Regularized theta lifts of integral weight harmonic Maass forms II
16:30 -- 17:10
Toshiki Matsusaka
Arithmetic formulas for the coefficients of the McKay-Thompson series
16:30 -- 17:10
Annalena Wernz
The Hermitian modular group and the orthogonal group
16:30 -- 17:20
ABKLS seminar: Robert Pollack
Computing weight 1 forms -- a p-adic approach