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DESCRIPTION:There are many situations where one imposes conditions on a fun
ction and its Fourier transform and then wants to optimize a certain quant
ity. I will describe how these types of Fourier optimization problems can
lead to the strongest known estimates for the maximum gap between consecut
ive primes assuming the Riemann hypothesis.\n\n\nWe can also use Fourier o
ptimization to prove the strongest known conditional estimates for the num
ber of zeta zeros in an interval on the critical line. If there is time\,
I will include a discussion of effective versions of these results. This i
s based on joint works with E. Carneiro\, V. Chandee\, and K. Soundararaja
n.\n\n\nAbout the Speaker\n\n\nMicah Baruch Milinovich grew up in rural Wi
sconsin before attending University of Rochester in upstate New York. He b
ecame a math major after realizing at age 19 that he would never become an
astronaut. After a brief stint as a school teacher in inner city Queens\,
he returned to the University of Rochester to pursue a PhD in Mathematics
under the direction of Professor Steven M. Gonek. Since 2008\, he has bee
n on the faculty at the University of Mississippi\, colloquially known as
Ole Miss\, in Oxford\, Mississippi where he lives with his wife Qin (prono
unced 'Chin')\, his son Max\, and his border collie Logan. View his Univer
sity of Mississipi profile here.\n\n\n \n\n\nMorning tea will be served im
mediately outside P25 at 10:30am. \n\n\nFor more information about this se
minar\, contact Dr Tim Trudgian. \n\n\n \n\n\nImage credit: TANAKA Juuyoh
on flickr (CC0 1.0)
DTSTART;TZID=Australia/Sydney:20190117T110000
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LOCATION:P25 (Room G02/03)\, Science South Bldg 26
SUMMARY:Fourier optimization\, prime gaps\, and zeta zeros
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n-prime-gaps-and-zeta-zeros
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