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Masanobu KANEKO Last modified date:2021.10.29

Professor / Department of Mathematics / Faculty of Mathematics


Presentations
1. Masanobu Kaneko, Genus character L-functions of quadratic orders and class number formulas, NCTS Seminar on Number Theory, 2021.01.
2. Masanobu Kaneko, A new approach to Kawashima’s relation for multiple zeta values, Japan Europe Number Theory Exchange Seminar, 2020.10.
3. Masanobu Kaneko, Genus character L-functions of quadratic orders and class numbers, Number Theory Seminar, 2020.03.
4. Masanobu Kaneko, On finite multiple zeta values, BU-Keio workshop 201, 2019.06, 有限多重ゼータ値についての概説講演を行った..
5. Masanobu Kaneko, On a variant of multiple zeta values of level two, Multiple zeta values and related topics, 2019.06.
6. Masanobu Kaneko, On a variant of multiple zeta values of level two, AMS Sectional Meeting, Special Session on Arithmetic and Transcendence of Special Functions and Special Values, 2019.03.
7. Masanobu Kaneko, Genus character L-functions of quadratic orders and class number formulas, Hawaii Number Theory 2019, 2019.03.
8. Masanobu Kaneko, On a variant of multiple zeta values of level two, Low dimensional topology and number theory XI, 2019.03.
9. Masanobu Kaneko, Genus character L-functions of quadratic orders and class number formulas, Indo-Japan conference on number theory, 2019.02.
10. Masanobu Kaneko, On the ``value" of the elliptic modular function at real quadratics, New developments in the theory of modular forms over function fields, 2018.11.
11. Masanobu Kaneko, An explicit form of genus character L-functions of quadratic orders and its applications, Trends in Modular Forms, 2017.12.
12. 金子 昌信, Two zeta functions connecting multiple zeta values and poly-Bernoulli numbers, 多 重ゼータ関数の諸相, 2017.08.
13. Masanobu Kaneko, On modular differential equations of the third order, Aspects of Automorphic Forms and Applications, 2017.07.
14. Masanobu KANEKO, Fourier coefficients and singular moduli of modular functions, Modular Forms are everywhere, 2017.05, [URL], The generating function of traces of singular moduli of the modular j-invariant becomes a modular form of weight 3/2. This is Don's celebrated discovery, inspired by a work of R. Borcherds. Using this modular form, one can obtain a formula for the Fourier coefficients of the modular j-invariant in terms of singular moduli. In this talk, I shall review these works, and introduce recent developments regarding an application of the formula (due to R. Murty and K. Sampath) as well as generalizations (due to T. Matsusaka). .
15. Masanobu KANEKO, Classical and finite multiple zeta values, French-Japanese Zeta Functions, 2017.03.
16. Masanobu KANEKO, Classical and Finite Multiple Zeta Values , 2016 TIMS Summer School on Arithmetic Geometry, 2016.08, [URL], After giving an introductory overview of the classical multiple zeta values (MZVs) , I will discuss recent joint work with Shuji Yamamoto on a new identity of MZVs which is closely related to the theory of regularizations. I shall also present the theory of finite multiple zeta values which has been developed recently with Don Zagier..
17. Masanobu KANEKO, An introduction to multi-zeta values, Analogies between number fields and function fields: algebraic and analytic aspects, 2016.06.
18. Masanobu KANEKO, A new integral-series identity of multiple zeta values and regularizations, 2016 Seoul-Tokyo conference on number theory, 2016.06.
19. Masanobu KANEKO, Finite multiple zeta values, Diophantine Analysis and Related Topics, 2016.03.
20. Masanobu KANEKO, Finite multiple zeta values, Seminaire de Theorie des Nombres, 2015.09.
21. Masanobu KANEKO, Poly-Bernoulli numbers, multiple zeta values, and related zeta functions, French-Japanese Workshop on multiple zeta functions and applications, 2015.09.
22. Masanobu KANEKO, On finite multiple zeta values, Seminaire de Theorie des Nombres de Caen, 2015.09.
23. Masanobu KANEKO, On finite multiple zeta values, Seminaire de Groupe d’Etude sur les Problemes Diophantiens, 2015.09.
24. Masanobu KANEKO, On the elliptic modular function j(τ), Seminar on Algebra, Geometry and Physics, 2015.08.
25. Masanobu KANEKO, On the elliptic modular j-function, Modular forms workshop, 2015.06.
26. Masanobu KANEKO, Two unsolved problems in number theory - the oldest and the greatest, 釜山大学数学サークル講演会, 2015.02.
27. Masanobu KANEKO, Finite and symmetric multiple zeta values, Workshop on Multiple Zeta Values, Modular Forms and Elliptic Motives II, 2014.12.
28. Masanobu KANEKO, Finite multiple zeta values, Workshop on multiple zeta values, 2014.08.
29. 金子 昌信, On the elliptic modular function j(¥tau),, Modular functions and Quadratic forms – Number theoretic delights, 2013.12.
30. Masanobu KANEKO, Finite multiple zeta values, 28th Journees Arithmetiques, 2013.07.
31. Masanobu KANEKO, On the “KZ” equation, Seminaire de Theorie des Nombres, 2013.06.
32. Masanobu KANEKO, Double zeta values and modular forms, Modular form seminar, 2012.11.
33. Masanobu KANEKO, The Ramanujan-Serre differential operators and certain elliptic curves, Number theory seminar, 2012.11.
34. Masanobu Kaneko, A note on poly-Bernoulli numbers and multiple zeta values, Diophantine Analysis and Related Fields, DARF 2007/2008, 2008.12, We review several occurrences of poly-Bernoulli numbers in various contexts, and discuss in particular some aspects of relations of poly-Bernoulli numbers and special values of certain zeta functions, notably multiple zeta values..
35. Multiple zeta values and poly-Bernoulli numbers.
36. On a new q-analogue of the Riemann zeta function,
Zeta Functions, Topology and Quantum Physics, Kinki University
Masanobu Kaneko.
37. Multiple zeta values and poly-Bernoulli numbers -- a survey,
International Workshop on Physics and Combinatorics, 
Nagoya University,
Masanobu Kaneko.
38. Hypergeometric modular forms and supersingular elliptic curves,
Moonshine Workshop, University of Montreal, Canada
Masanobu Kaneko.
39. Modular forms and Mirror Symmetry,
Calabi-Yau Varieties and Mirror Symmetry Conjecture,
Masanobu Kaneko,
Tsuda College.
40. Poly-Bernoulli numbers and multiiple zeta values,
Masanobu Kaneko,
Expanding the world of number theory,
Dept. Math. Univ. Tokyo.