- 6635 South Hall
The Riemann Hypothesis is considered to be one of the most difficult unsolved problems in mathematics. One interpretation, due to physicist Sir Michael Berry, is that “the primes have music in them.” This talk requires only calculus to see what is meant by this. We will hear the (conjectural) music.
This is the first talk in our special colloquium series on the Clay Math Institute's Millenium Prize Problems.