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Analytic Combinatorics and Probabilistic Number Theory

2. International Conference on
Uniform Distribution Theory 2010

July 5 - 9, 2010, Strobl (Austria)

[Strobl picture]

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The Conference focuses on recent research in the area of uniform distribution and related topics. To this aim, the following themes are of particular interest but the list is not exclusive:

  • Distribution of one dimensional and multidimensional sequences
  • Distribution of binary sequences
  • Distribution of integer sequences and sequences from groups and generalized spaces
  • Distribution problems in finite abstract sets
  • Continuous uniform distribution
  • Discrepancies
  • Pseudorandom number generators
  • Quasi-Monte Carlo integration
  • Theory of densities
  • Theory of distribution functions of sequences
  • Distribution of integer points in large domains
  • Spectral properties of sequences
  • Trigonometric sums
  • Number theoretic ciphers and codes
  • Dynamics emerging from sequences
  • Diophantine approximations and diophantine equations
  • Continued fractions
  • Constructions of (t,m,s)-nets and (t,s)-digital sequences
  • Lattice rules


Program Committee

  • Shigeki Akiyama (Niigata)
  • Vladimir Balaz (Bratislava)
  • Yann Bugeaud (Strasbourg)
  • William Chen (Sydney)
  • Michael Drmota (Vienna)
  • Peter Hellekalek (Salzburg)
  • Sergej Konyagin (Moscow)
  • Pierre Liardet (Marseille
  • Radhakrishnan Nair (Liverpool)
  • Harald Niederreiter (Linz and Salzburg)
  • Stefan Porubsky (Praha)
  • Oto Strauch (Bratislava)
  • Robert Tichy (Graz)

Plenary Speaker

  • Christoph Aistleitner (Montanuniversität Leoben)
  • Dimitriy Bilyk (University of South Carolina, Columbia)
  • Clemens Fuchs (ETH Zurich)
  • Pierre Liardet (Université de Provence, Marseille)
  • Harald Niederreiter (RICAM Linz and Universität Salzburg)
  • Christian Mauduit (Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille)
  • Joël Rivat (Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille)
  • Igor Shparlinski (Macquarie University, Sydney)

Location and Time

The workshop takes place in Strobl, a small village at Lake Wolfgangsee on the border between the Austrian provinces Salzburg and Upper Austria, at the Bundesinstitut für Erwachsenenbildung St. Wolfgang [map] [homepage].

Travel information will be given later.

Upon registration for the conference we will book a room at the conference center for you.

The scientific program will start on Monday, July 5, in the morning and finish on Friday, July 9, noon.


  • Deadline for registration: February 28, 2010
  • Deadline for abstract submission: April 30, 2010


  • Registration fee: 50 Euro
  • Note: The registration fee does not include lodging and meals.

    The fee is due after registration.

    The bank details will be provided by email.


For communication concerning the conference and for registration please use the following address: friedrich.pillichshammer@jku.at

Please don't hesitate to use this address whenever you have any questions.