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Sundar Sundaramurthy
MIT Building 32 (Stata Center) 32-D463 (Star)
Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 7:00pm

There is a close connection between the roots of Riemann's zeta function and prime numbers. Prime numbers play an important role in cryptography. The Riemann Hypothesis is the most important unsolved problem in all of mathematics. It was hypothesised more than 150 years ago. The reason it is not proven yet is because of the complex nature of analysis in the fourth dimension. In this talk we will try to understand the hypothesis and give possible directions for solving it. For clarity, we will be using a graphical method using Labview software.

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