Uncovering Ramanujan’s “Lost” Notebook: an oral history

  title={Uncovering Ramanujan’s “Lost” Notebook: an oral history},
  author={Robert P. Schneider},
  journal={The Ramanujan Journal},
Here we weave together interviews conducted by the author with three prominent figures in the world of Ramanujan’s mathematics, George Andrews, Bruce Berndt and Ken Ono. The article describes Andrews’s discovery of the “lost” notebook, Andrews and Berndt’s effort of proving and editing Ramanujan’s notes, and recent breakthroughs by Ono and others carrying certain important aspects of the Indian mathematician’s work into the future. Also presented are historical details related to Ramanujan and… 
Jacobi’s triple product, mock theta functions, unimodal sequences and the q-bracket
In Ramanujan’s final letter to Hardy, he listed examples of a strange new class of infinite series he called “mock theta functions”. It turns out all of these examples are essentially specializations
Jacobi's triple product, mock theta functions, and the $q$-bracket
In Ramanujan’s final letter to Hardy, he wrote of a strange new class of infinite series he called “mock theta functions”. It turns out all of Ramanujan’s mock theta functions are essentially
Eulerian series, zeta functions and the arithmetic of partitions
In this Ph.D. dissertation (2018, Emory University) we prove theorems at the intersection of the additive and multiplicative branches of number theory, bringing together ideas from partition theory,
Book Review
While in graduate school, we organized a program for the Preparing Future Faculty initiative where mathematicians discussed their career paths. Fortunately, we had pizza and beer to keep the graduate


An Introduction to Ramanujan's “Lost” Notebook
In the spring of 1976, the first author visited Trinity College Library at Cambridge University. Dr. Lucy Slater had suggested to him that there were materials deposited there from the estate of the
Ramanujan’s illness
  • D. A. Young
  • Sociology, Medicine
    Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
  • 1994
A January night in 1913 found the two renowned Cambridge mathematicians G.H. Hardy and J.E. Littlewood poring over an unsolicited manuscript of mathematical formulae from a 25-year-old Hindu clerk, Srinivasa Ramanujan, who lived in Madras and was as regards mathematics entirely self-educated.
Ramanujan: Twelve Lectures on Subjects Suggested by His Life and Work
The Indian mathematician Ramanujan Ramanujan and the theory of prime numbers Round numbers Some more problems of the analytic theory of numbers A lattice-point problem Ramanujan's work on partitions
Mock Theta Functions
The mock theta functions were invented by the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who lived from 1887 until 1920. He discovered them shortly before his death. In this dissertation, I consider
A mathematician's apology
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Collected Papers of Srinivasa Ramanujan
A Course of Modern Analysis
The volume now gives a somewhat exhaustive account of the various ramifications of the subject, which are set out in an attractive manner and should become indispensable, not only as a textbook for advanced students, but as a work of reference to those whose aim is to extend the knowledge of analysis.
The life and work of A.A. Markov
The Russian mathematician A.A. Markov (1856–1922) is known for his work in number theory, analysis, and probability theory. He extended the weak law of large numbers and the central limit theorem to
Number theory in the spirit of Ramanujan
Introduction Congruences for $p(n)$ and $\tau(n)$ Sums of squares and sums of triangular numbers Eisenstein series The connection between hypergeometric functions and theta functions Applications of
Lifting cusp forms to Maass forms with an application to partitions
  • K. Bringmann, K. Ono
  • Medicine, Mathematics
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 2007
This construction answers a question of Dyson by providing the general framework “explaining” Ramanujan's mock theta functions by showing that the number of partitions of a positive integer n is the “trace” of singular moduli of a Maass form arising from the lift of a weight 4 cusp form corresponding to a Calabi–Yau threefold.