I'm a PhD student under supervision of Ulf Kühn at University of Hamburg. In 2021 I completed my master thesis about "Dualities of q-analogues of multiple zeta values" under supervision of Henrik Bachmann and Ulf Kühn at University of Hamburg. You find my CV here.
Mathematical interests: Analytic number theory and combinatorics. In particular, I'm interested in multiple zeta values, their q-analogues and their connection to both fields.
Other stuff I do, you can find here.
Mail: benjamin.brindle "at" uni-hamburg.de
Address: Bundesstraße 55, 20146 Hamburg, Germany
Seminar Arithmetische Geometrie und Zahlentheorie (University of Hamburg): Über die Vermutung MD = BD im Schlesinger-Zudilin-Modell (On the conjecture MD = BD in the Schlesinger-Zudilin model) (19th January 2022).
fantasy 2022 (University of Bonn): Proving SZ-duality with connected sums (29th March 2022).
Modular forms in number theory and beyond (Bielefeld University): Asymptotic formulas for multiset partitions (August 22-26 2022).
Young researchers in zeta functions (Nagoya University): Number of finite-dimensional representations of so(5) (February 16-19 2023).
35th Automorphic Forms Workshop, (Louisiana State University): Asymptotic expansions for partitions generated by infinite products (May 22-26 2023).
PhD-Seminar (University of Cologne): Multiple zeta values, their q-analogues, and a conjecture about their structure (6th June 2023)
Seminar Arithmetische Geometrie und Zahlentheorie (University of Hamburg): Introduction to modular forms (25th October 2023).
Proc. Japan Acad., 98, Ser. A (2022), 29-33.