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[what's new ] Workshop on Number Theory
[what's new ] On sums involving $[x/n]$.
[what's new ] Introduction to Eisenstein series and their applications
[what's new ] Double square moments of Rankin-Selberg $L$-functions
[what's new ] Counting Rational Points on Biquadratic Hypersurface
[what's new ] Nondense orbits of homogeneous dynamics
[what's new ] Subconvexity over the Gaussian field
[what's new ] On Pure Ternary Exponential Diophantine Equations
[what's new ] The Schur-Siegel-Smyth trace problem
[what's new ] The largest prime factors of consecutive integers
[what's new ] Lattice points counting and periods of automorphic forms
[what's new ] Values of automorphic L-functions at the edge of critical strip [July 2018]
[what's new ] Almost prime points on unirational varieties [July 2018]
[what's new ] Resonance sums for Rankin-Selberg L-functions [Jun 2018]
[what's new ] Automorphic Forms and L-functions [Jun 2018]
  
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Number theory, as one of the oldest and most important branches of mathematics, is generally concerned with the properties of numbers. During the past decades, the study on number theory has progressed at an amazing rate on various aspects. More recently, many crucial ideas were came up with from analytic, geometric, and algebraic methods. These ideas have been playing important roles in the br...    
 
  
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