# Mathematics

## Turing's Real Machines

### Turing 2012 - Calgary

This talk is part of a series celebrating The Alan Turing Centenary in Calgary. The following mathtube videos are also part of this series- Alan Turing and the Decision Problem,
*Richard Zach*. - Turing's Real Machine,
*Michael R. Williams*. - Alan Turing and Enigma,
*John R. Ferris*.

## Alan Turing and the Decision Problem

### Turing 2012 - Calgary

This talk is part of a series celebrating the Alan Turing Centenary in Calgary. The following mathtube videos are also part of this series- Alan Turing and the Decision Problem,
*Richard Zach*. - Turing's Real Machine,
*Michael R. Williams*. - Alan Turing and Enigma,
*John R. Ferris*.

## Time and chance happeneth to them all: Mutation, selection and recombination

## Gauge Theory and Khovanov Homology

## Summer at the HUB Britiania Summer Camp

## Ranks of elliptic curves

## Optimal Investment for an Insurance Company

## Moments of zeta and L-functions on the critical Line II (3 of 3)

I will discuss techniques to get upper and lower bounds for moments of zeta and L-functions. The lower bounds are unconditional and the upper bounds in general rely on the Riemann Hypothesis. In several cases of low moments, one can obtain asymptotics, and I may discuss a couple of such recent cases.

This lecture is part of a series of 3## Moments of zeta and L-functions on the critical Line I (2 of 3)

I will discuss techniques to get upper and lower bounds for moments of zeta and L-functions. The lower bounds are unconditional and the upper bounds in general rely on the Riemann Hypothesis. In several cases of low moments, one can obtain asymptotics, and I may discuss a couple of such recent cases.

This lecture is part of a series of 3## Distribution of Values of zeta and L-functions (1 of 3)

I will discuss the distribution of values of zeta and L-functions when restricted to the right of the critical line. Here the values are well understood by probabilistic models involving “random Euler products”. This fails on the critical line, and the L-values here have a different flavor here with Selberg’s theorem on log normality being a representative result.

This lecture is part of a series of 3