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Submission + - Indian Mathematician takes shot at proving Riemann (posterous.com)

jalfreize writes: Indian Mathematician Rohit Gupta (known by the moniker @fadesingh on twitter) has announced an online workshop which he intends to "conclude by attacking an important problem in front of (the participants), in public view". The problem is the Riemann Hypothesis, first proposed in 1859. Rohit outlines his approach based on quasicrystals first outlined by Freeman Dyson. His audacious plan, coupled with this recent news about quasicrystals, has kicked up a storm of interest in the Indian twitterverse.
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Submission + - Indian Mathematician takes shot at proving Riemann (posterous.com)

jalfreize writes: Indian Mathematician Rohit Gupta (known by the moniker @fadesingh on twitter) has announced an online workshop which he intends to "conclude by attacking an important problem in front of (the participants), in public view". The problem is the Riemann Hypothesis, first proposed in 1859. Rohit outlines his approach based on quasicrystals first outlined by Freeman Dyson. His audacious plan, coupled with this recent news about quasicrystals, has kicked up a storm of interest in the Indian twitterverse.

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