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## Post-edited  Triality Elduque, Alberto (Auteur de la Conférence) | CIRM (Editeur )

Duality in projective geometry is a well-known phenomenon in any dimension. On the other hand, geometric triality deals with points and spaces of two different kinds in a sevendimensional projective space. It goes back to Study (1913) and Cartan (1925), and was soon realizedthat this phenomenon is tightly related to the algebra of octonions, and the order 3 outer automorphisms of the spin group in dimension 8.
Tits observed, in 1959, the existence of two different types of geometric triality. One of them is related to the octonions, but the other one is better explained in terms of a class of nonunital composition algebras discovered by the physicist Okubo (1978) inside 3x3-matrices, and which has led to the definition of the so called symmetric composition algebras.
This talk will review the history, classification, and their connections with the phenomenon of triality, of the symmetric composition algebras.
Duality in projective geometry is a well-known phenomenon in any dimension. On the other hand, geometric triality deals with points and spaces of two different kinds in a sevendimensional projective space. It goes back to Study (1913) and Cartan (1925), and was soon realizedthat this phenomenon is tightly related to the algebra of octonions, and the order 3 outer automorphisms of the spin group in dimension 8.
Tits observed, in 1959, the ...

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## Post-edited  On ellipsephic integers Dartyge, Cécile (Auteur de la Conférence) | CIRM (Editeur )

The term " ellipsephic " was proposed by Christian Mauduit to denote the integers with missing digits in a given basis. This talk is a survey on several results on the multiplicative properties of these integers.

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## Post-edited  $L^{r}$-Helmholtz-Weyl decomposition in 3D exterior domains Kozono, Hideo (Auteur de la Conférence) | CIRM (Editeur )

It is known that in 3D exterior domains Ω with the compact smooth boundary $\partial \Omega$, two spaces $X^{r}_{har}\left ( \Omega \right )$ and $V^{r}_{har}\left ( \Omega \right )$ of $L^{r}$-harmonic vector fields $h$ with $h\cdot v\mid _{\partial \Omega }= 0$ and $h\times v\mid _{\partial \Omega }= 0$ are both of finite dimensions, where $v$ denotes the unit outward normal to $\partial \Omega$. We prove that for every $L^{r}$-vector field $u$, there exist $h\in X^{r}_{har}\left ( \Omega \right )$, $w\in H^{1,r}\left ( \Omega \right )^{3}$ with div $w= 0$ and $p\in H^{1,r}\left ( \Omega \right )$ such that $u$ is uniquely decomposed as $u= h$ + rot $w$ + $\bigtriangledown p$.
On the other hand, if for the given $L^{r}$-vector field $u$ we choose its harmonic part $h$ from $V^{r}_{har}\left ( \Omega \right )$, then we have a similar decomposition to above, while the unique expression of $u$ holds only for $1< r< 3$. Furthermore, the choice of $p$ in $H^{1,r}\left ( \Omega \right )$ is determined in accordance with the threshold $r= 3/2$.
Our result is based on the joint work with Matthias Hieber, Anton Seyferd (TU Darmstadt), Senjo Shimizu (Kyoto Univ.) and Taku Yanagisawa (Nara Women Univ.).

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