Integrability, rationality and convolutions


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August 11, 2020 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Marianne Leitner - Dublin Institute for Advanced Study

The Eisenstein-Kronecker function is a useful object in number theory and physics. It is a tool for proving rationality for period integrals of cusp forms. It generates integration kernels of elliptic polylogarithms which express Feynman diagrams on the torus. It is the central object in the construction of elliptic R-matrices. We propose a new description in terms of iterated convolutions of the Eisenstein zeta function and discuss its features in the various settings.