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55468-01 - Lecture: Analytic Algebraic Number Theory 8 CP

Semester fall semester 2019
Course frequency Irregular
Lecturers Pierre Le Boudec (, Assessor)
Content The aim of this course is to offer an introduction to algebraic number theory with an analytic flavor. The first part of the course will be devoted to presenting the basics of algebraic number theory and in the second part we will specifically focus on analytic topics. Our ultimate goals will be to prove results such as the class number formula and Landau's prime ideal theorem.
Bibliography - M. Overholt, A course in analytic number theory.
- P. Samuel, Algebraic theory of numbers.


Admission requirements - For the first part of the course: Algebra I and II.
- For the second part of the course: Complex Analysis.
Language of instruction English
Use of digital media No specific media used
Course auditors welcome


Interval Weekday Time Room

No dates available. Please contact the lecturer.

Modules Module Specialisation: Algebra - Geometry - Number Theory (Master's Studies: Mathematics)
Assessment format continuous assessment
Assessment registration/deregistration Reg.: course registration, dereg: cancel course registration
Repeat examination no repeat examination
Scale Pass / Fail
Repeated registration as often as necessary
Responsible faculty Faculty of Science,
Offered by Fachbereich Mathematik