Alternatively have a look at the program.

## Modular forms and optimization in the Euclidean space

## Arithmetic support and monodromy

In my talk on Arbeitstagung 2017 I introduced a strange series with rational coefficients related to p-curvatures of certain family of algebraic linear differential equations (Heun equations). This series has zero radius of convergence p-adically for any prime p, which seems to be a new phenomenon, and it is extremely hard to calculate (e.g. using first 40000 primes one can get only first 250 coefficients of the series).

## Single-valued integration

This talk was originally inspired by Zagier's construction of single-valued polylogarithms and regulators in the late 80's.

In short, single-valued functions are ubiquitous in mathematics and physics, since well-defined problems have well-defined answers. On the other hand, the solution to such a problem is often given by an integral, which is usually a multi-valued function of its parameters. The reason is that integration is a pairing between differential forms and chains of integration, and the latter are ambiguously defined.

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