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Person# Florian Karl Richter

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MATH-106(en): Analysis II (English)

The course studies fundamental concepts of analysis and the calculus of functions of several variables.

MATH-337: Number theory I.c - Combinatorial number theory

This is an introductory course to combinatorial number theory. The main objective of this course is to learn how to use combinatorial, topological, and analytic methods to solve problems in number the

MATH-518: Ergodic theory

This is an introductory course in ergodic theory, providing a comprehensive overlook over the main aspects and applications of this field.

By juxtaposing ideas from fractal geometry and dynamical systems, Furstenberg proposed a series of conjectures in the late 1960's that explore the relationship between digit expansions with respect to multiplicatively independent bases. In this work, we in ...

2024We give a new proof of a sumset conjecture of Furstenberg that was first proved by Hochman and Shmerkin in 2012: if $\log r / \log s$ is irrational and $X$ and $Y$ are $\times r$- and $\times s$-invariant subsets of $[0,1]$, respectively, then $\dim_\text{ ...

2021By juxtaposing ideas from fractal geometry and dynamical systems, Furstenberg proposed a series of conjectures in the late 1960's that explore the relationship between digit expansions with respect to multiplicatively independent bases. In this work, we in ...

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