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SUMMARY:Marie Jameson (UT-Knoxville)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Self-conjugate 6-cores and quadratic forms\nby Marie Jame
son (UT-Knoxville) as part of Michigan Tech Specialty Seminar in Partition
Theory\, q-Series and Related Topics\n\nAbstract: TBA\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/MTU-PTN-THY-q-SERIES/1/
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SUMMARY:Joshua Males (Univ. of Manitoba)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Forgotten conjectures of Andrews for Nahm-type sums\nby J
oshua Males (Univ. of Manitoba) as part of Michigan Tech Specialty Seminar
in Partition Theory\, q-Series and Related Topics\n\n\nAbstract\nIn his f
amous '86 paper\, Andrews made several conjectures on the function σ(q) o
f Ramanujan\, including that it has coefficients (which count certain part
ition-theoretic objects) whose sup grows in absolute value\, and that it h
as infinitely many Fourier coefficients that vanish. These conjectures wer
e famously proved by Andrews-Dyson-Hickerson in their '88 Invent. paper\,
and the function σ has been related to the arithmetic of ℤ[√6] by Coh
en (and extensions by Zwegers)\, and is an important first example of quan
tum modular forms introduced by Zagier. A closer inspection of Andrews' '8
6 paper reveals several more functions that have been a little left in the
shadow of their sibling σ\, but which also exhibit extraordinary behavio
ur. In an ongoing project with Folsom\, Rolen\, and Storzer\, we study the
function v1(q) which is given by a Nahm-type sum and whose coefficients c
ount certain differences of partition-theoretic objects. We give explanati
ons of four conjectures made by Andrews on v1\, which require a blend of n
ovel and well-known techniques\, and reveal that v1 should be intimately l
inked to the arithmetic of the imaginary quadratic field ℤ[√(-3)].\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/MTU-PTN-THY-q-SERIES/2/
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SUMMARY:William J. Keith (Michigan Tech)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Ramanujan-Kolberg identities\, regular partitions\, and multi
partitions\nby William J. Keith (Michigan Tech) as part of Michigan Te
ch Specialty Seminar in Partition Theory\, q-Series and Related Topics\n\n
Abstract: TBA\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/MTU-PTN-THY-q-SERIES/3/
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SUMMARY:Darlison Nyirenda (Univ. of the Witwatersrand)
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DESCRIPTION:by Darlison Nyirenda (Univ. of the Witwatersrand) as part of M
ichigan Tech Specialty Seminar in Partition Theory\, q-Series and Related
Topics\n\nAbstract: TBA\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/MTU-PTN-THY-q-SERIES/4/
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