By Gerrit Dijk,Masato Wakayama,Mihai Ciucu,Alain Connes,Caterina Consani,Christopher Deninger,Keisuke Hakuta,Shai M. J. Haran,Gert Heckman,Roger Howe,Minoru Itoh,Kazufumi Kimoto,Shin-Ya Koyama,Nobushige Kurokawa,Eduard Looijenga,Dan Lu,Hiroyuki Ochiai,Jinsun
This quantity includes the lawsuits of the convention "Casimir strength, Casimir Operators and the Riemann Hypothesis– Mathematics for Innovation in and technology" held in November 2009 in Fukuoka (Japan). The cause for the convention was once the social gathering of the a hundredth birthday of Casimir and the one hundred and fiftieth birthday of the Riemann hypothesis.
The convention fascinated with the subsequent topics:
- Casimir operators in harmonic research and illustration conception
- Number conception, specifically zeta features and cryptography
- Casimir strength in physics and its relation with nano-science
- Mathematical biology
- Importance of arithmetic for innovation in
The latter subject used to be encouraged either by means of the decision for innovation in world wide and by way of the truth that Casimir, who was once the director of Philips examine for a very long time in his profession, had an outspoken opinion at the value of basic technology for undefined.
These complaints are of curiosity either to investigate mathematicians and to these drawn to the function technology, and particularly arithmetic, can play in innovation in industry.
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Casimir Force, Casimir Operators and the Riemann Hypothesis: Mathematics for Innovation in Industry and Science (De Gruyter Proceedings in Mathematics) by Gerrit Dijk,Masato Wakayama,Mihai Ciucu,Alain Connes,Caterina Consani,Christopher Deninger,Keisuke Hakuta,Shai M. J. Haran,Gert Heckman,Roger Howe,Minoru Itoh,Kazufumi Kimoto,Shin-Ya Koyama,Nobushige Kurokawa,Eduard Looijenga,Dan Lu,Hiroyuki Ochiai,Jinsun
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