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Type: Seminar
Distribution: World
Expiry: 18 Apr 2016
Calendar1: 4 Apr 2016 1600-1700
CalLoc1: Carslaw 375
CalTitle1: Lecture 1 of mini-course by M. Bjorklund
Calendar2: 8 Apr 2016 1500-1600
CalLoc2: Carslaw 375
CalTitle2: Lecture 2 of mini-course by M. Bjorklund
Calendar3: 11 Apr 2016 1600-1700
CalLoc3: Carslaw 375
CalTitle3: Lecture 3 of mini-course by M. Bjorklund
Calendar4: 15 Apr 2016 1500-1600
CalLoc4: Carslaw 375
CalTitle4: Lecture 4 of mini-course by M. Bjorklund
Calendar5: 18 Apr 2016 1600-1800
CalLoc5: Carslaw 375
CalTitle5: Lectures 5 and 6 of mini-course by M. Bjorklund
Auth: afish@pafish.pc (assumed)

Lecture series: Bjorklund -- Quasi-crystals, Fourier analysis and ergodic theory

MINI-COURSE: 

QUASI-CRYSTALS, FOURIER ANALYSIS AND ERGODIC THEORY SYDNEY, APRIL 2016 

MICHAEL BJORKLUND 

A course outline 

The aim of this mini-course is to give an introduction to the classical theory of
mathematical quasi-crystals developed by Meyer and others.  In total, there will be 6
meetings (one meeting is 50 minutes).  While the first two lectures will be devoted to
problems pertaining to Diophantine approximation, the remaining lectures will be more
focused on the "dynamics" of quasi-crystals.  

Lecture I: Quasi-crystals and Pisot numbers 

Lecture II: Coarse models for quasi-crystals 

Lecture III: An introduction to mathematical diffraction 

Lecture IV: The torus parameterization and diffraction for models

Lecture V: Strungaru’s Theorem on diffraction of quasi-crystals

Lecture VI: Outlooks


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