
Dr. Nils Matthes
Address
Fachbereich Mathematik
Bereich AZ
Bundesstraße 55 (Geomatikum)
20146 Hamburg

Raum 332
Phone: +49 40 428385193
EMail:
nils.matthes (at) unihamburg.de

I am now a JSPS postdoc at Kyushu University in the group of Professor Masanobu Kaneko.
Here, you can find my CV, my thesis and the slides of my defense.
Research Interests:
 Elliptic Analogs of Multiple Zeta Values, Elliptic Motives, Modular Forms, String Amplitudes
Publications
 The metaabelian elliptic KZB associator and periods of Eisenstein series,
to appear in Selecta Mathematica.
 On the algebraic structure of iterated integrals of quasimodular forms,
Algebra & Number Theory 119 (2017), 21132130.
 Decomposition of elliptic multiple zeta values and iterated Eisenstein integrals,
RIMS Kokyuroku, No. 2015 (2017), pp.170183.
 Elliptic double zeta values,
J. Number Theory, Vol. 171, 2017, pp.227251.
 Relations between elliptic multiple zeta values and a special derivation algebra (w. J. Brödel, O. Schlotterer),
J. Phys. A. 2016, Vol. 49, No. 15.
 Elliptic multiple zeta values and oneloop superstring amplitudes (w. J. Brödel, C.R. Mafra, O. Schlotterer),
J. High Energy Phys. 2015, no. 7, 112.
Preprints
Presentations
Seminars, Conferences and Workshops
 "38th Kansai multizeta study group", Osaka Institute of Technology, December 2017 .
 "Algebraic number theory and related topics", RIMS, Kyoto, December 2017 .
 "Polylogs, multiple zetas and related topics", Tohoku University, Sendai, November 2017 .
 "Mathematics and Physics of Scattering Amplitudes",
MIAPP, München, September 2017 .
 "Motives for periods", Freie Universität Berlin, August 2017 .
 "Arbeitstagung 2017 on "Physical Mathematics" in honor of Yuri Manin", MPIM, Bonn, June 2017 .
 "The elliptic/missing Feynman integrals", ETH, Zürich, June 2017 .
 "Modular forms are everywhere", MPIM, Bonn, May 2017 .
 "Hot Topics: Galois Theory of Periods and Applications", MSRI, Berkeley, March 2017.
 "Fonctions Zeta FrancoJaponaises", Université Lille 1, March 2017.
 "10th KyushuKansai Multiple Zeta Workshop", Kinki University, Osaka, February 2017.
 "GRT, MZVs and associators", Les Diablerets, August 2016.
 "Various Aspects of Multiple Zeta Values" RIMS, Kyoto, July 2016.
 "Number Theory and Physics", IHP, Paris, May 2016.
 "Workshop on IUT Theory of Shinichi Mochizuki", University of Oxford, December 2015.
 "Summer School: Algebraic Stacks and Related Topics", Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, September 2015.
 "GRT, MZVs and associators", Les Diablerets, August 2015.
 "Amplitudes, Motives and Beyond", Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, MayJune 2015.
 "Workshop on Multiple Zeta Values, Modular Forms
and Elliptic Motives II", ICMAT Madrid, December 2014.
 "Numbers and Physics 2014", ICMAT Madrid, September 2014.
 "Clay Mathematics Institute Summer School 2014, Periods and Motives: Feynman amplitudes in the 21st century", ICMAT Madrid, July 2014.
 "Summer School on Structures in Local Quantum Field Theory", Les Houches, June 2014.
 "Multiple Zeta Values, Multiple Polylogarithms and Quantum Field Theory", ICMAT Madrid, October 2013.
 "Multiple zeta values in mathematics and physics" , Humboldt Universität Berlin, October 2013.

"Polylogarithms as a Bridge between Number Theory and Particle Physics", EPSRC Durham Symposium, July 2013.
 "Summer School in Algorithmic Mathematics", Ludwig Maximilian Universität München, August 2012.
 "Modelle von Kurven und semistabile Reduktion", Leibniz Universität Hannover, February 2012.
Teaching, Winter Term 2016/17:
 Tutorials "Mathematics for physicists I" (Prof. Teschner)
Teaching, Summer Term 2016:
 Exercises "Algebraic and geometric structures in mathematics" (Prof. Richter)
Teaching, Winter Term 2015/16:
 Exercises, "Algebra II" (Prof. Kühn)
 "Prep course for mathematical master programs"
Teaching, Summer Term 2015:
 Exercises, "Algebra I" (Prof. Kühn)
Teaching, Winter Term 2014/15:
 Tutorial, "Linear algebra and analytic geometry I" (Prof. Runkel)
Teaching, Summer Term 2014:
 Tutorial, "Analysis II" (Prof. Kühn)
Teaching, Winter Term 2013/14:
 Tutorial, "Analysis I" (Prof. Kühn)

