# EP/H005188/1 - Explicit number theory, automorphic forms and L-functions

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Principal Investigator - Mathematics, University of Bristol

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10/2009

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09/2014

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£921,570

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The proposal concerns automorphic forms and L-functions, which are mathematical objects that encode information about sequences of interest in number theory. For instance, the so-called Dirichlet L-functions encode much of what is currently known about prime numbers. The proposed project will catalogue many other varieties of L-functions and automorphic forms, and apply the information gathered to solving number-theoretic problems. For instance, one by-product of the proposed research will be a resolution of the centuries-old Odd Goldbach Conjecture, which states that every odd integer at least 7 is the sum of three prime numbers.

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Name: Explicit number theory, automorphic forms and L-functions - EP/H005188/1

Start Date: 2009-10-01T00:00:00+00:00

End Date: 2014-09-30T00:00:00+00:00

Organization: University of Bristol

Description: The proposal concerns automorphic forms and L-functions, which are mathematical objects that encode information about sequences of interest in number theory. For instance, the so-called Dirichlet L-functions encode much of what is currently known about ...