Per Salberger is active in the research group in algebraic geometry and number theory. His recent research concerns the density of integral solutions of systems of Diophantine equations with infinitely many solutions. One studies then the asymptotic behaviour of the number of solutions in boxes when the sizes of the boxes increase. The methods used by Salberger combine algebraic geometry and analytic number theory.Salberger is also collaborating with members of the research groups in complex analysis and fundamental physics at Chalmers.

Mathematische Annalen. Vol. 370 (1-2), p. 491-553

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European Journal of Mathematics. Vol. 2 (1), p. 55-72

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Arithmetic and Geometry, p. 401-421

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Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. Vol. 108 (4), p. 911-964

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Journal of the London Mathematical Society. Vol. 82 (2), p. 317-342

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Mathematische Zeitschrift. Vol. 258 (4), p. 805-826

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Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik. Vol. 606, p. 123-147

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Analytic number theory : A Tribute to Gauss and Dirichlet ; Clay Mathematics proceedings. Vol. 7, p. 207-216

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Duke Journal of Mathematics. Vol. 132, p. 545-578

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Annales Scientifiques de lEcole Normale Superieure. Vol. 38, p. 93-115

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