Additive Combinatorics @ Oxford 2015


Additive Combinatorics @ Oxford 2015

Following on from our inaugural event in September 2014, we are pleased to announce that we will be holding a second 1-day meeting in additive combinatorics on

Thursday, 23rd April 2015,

this time hosted by the University of Oxford.

The event is supported by the Heilbronn Institute within the University of Bristol, and the ERC Starting Grant 279438 "Approximate Algebraic Structure".


Programme |  Participants |  Bristol 2014


Programme

10:45-11:30: Fernando Shao (University of Oxford)
   Robust version of a continuous postage stamp problem, via arithmetic regularity
11:35-12:20: Sean Prendiville (University of Bristol)
   Polynomial configurations in dense sets of integers

12:20-14:20: Lunch break

14:20-15:05: Peter Varju (University of Cambridge)
   Bernoulli convolutions for algebraic parameters
15:10-15:55: Misha Rudnev (University of Bristol)
   A new incidence theorem in 3D and some consequences

15:55-16:20: Coffee break

16:20-17:05: Przemek Mazur (University of Oxford)
   A structure theorem for sets of small popular doubling
17:10-18:00: Open problem session

All talks will take place in C4 at the Oxford Mathematical Institute.

If you would like to join us for dinner at Mamma Mia from 7pm please let us know.

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Participants

Pierre-Yves Bienvenu, University of Bristol
Thomas Bloom, University of Bristol
Sam Chow, University of Bristol
Sean Eberhard, University of Oxford
* Ben Green, University of Oxford
Omid Hatami, University of Cambridge
Roger Heath-Brown, University of Oxford
Jakub Konieczny, University of Oxford
Frederick Manners, University of Oxford
James Maynard, University of Oxford
Przemek Mazur, University of Oxford
Rudi Mrazovic, University of Oxford
Vicky Neale, University of Oxford
Sean Prendiville, University of Oxford
Luka Rimanic, University of Bristol
Misha Rudnev, University of Bristol
Tom Sanders, University of Oxford
Fernando Shao, University of Oxford
Peter Varju, University of Cambridge
Aled Walker, University of Oxford
* Julia Wolf, University of Bristol

* Organisers

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