1. CMB 2015 (vol 58 pp. 858)
 Williams, Kenneth S.

Ternary Quadratic Forms and Eta Quotients
Let $\eta(z)$ $(z \in \mathbb{C},\;\operatorname{Im}(z)\gt 0)$
denote the Dedekind eta function. We use a recent producttosum
formula in conjunction with conditions for the nonrepresentability
of integers by certain ternary quadratic forms to give explicitly
10 eta quotients
\[
f(z):=\eta^{a(m_1)}(m_1 z)\cdots \eta^{{a(m_r)}}(m_r z)=\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}c(n)e^{2\pi
i nz},\quad z \in \mathbb{C},\;\operatorname{Im}(z)\gt 0,
\]
such that the Fourier coefficients $c(n)$ vanish for all positive
integers $n$ in each of infinitely many nonoverlapping arithmetic
progressions. For example, it is shown that for $f(z)=\eta^4(z)\eta^{9}(4z)\eta^{2}(8z)$
we have $c(n)=0$ for all $n$ in each of the arithmetic progressions
$\{16k+14\}_{k \geq 0}$, $\{64k+56\}_{k \geq 0}$, $\{256k+224\}_{k
\geq 0}$, $\{1024k+896\}_{k \geq 0}$, $\ldots$.
Keywords:Dedekind eta function, eta quotient, ternary quadratic forms, vanishing of Fourier coefficients, producttosum formula Categories:11F20, 11E20, 11E25 

2. CMB 2012 (vol 56 pp. 570)
 Hoang, Giabao; Ressler, Wendell

Conjugacy Classes and Binary Quadratic Forms for the Hecke Groups
In this paper we give a lower bound
with respect to block length
for the trace of nonelliptic conjugacy classes
of the Hecke groups.
One consequence of our bound
is that there are finitely many
conjugacy classes of a given trace in any Hecke group.
We show that another consequence of our bound
is that
class numbers are finite for
related hyperbolic \( \mathbb{Z}[\lambda] \)binary quadratic forms.
We give canonical class representatives
and calculate class numbers
for some classes of hyperbolic \( \mathbb{Z}[\lambda] \)binary quadratic forms.
Keywords:Hecke groups, conjugacy class, quadratic forms Categories:11F06, 11E16, 11A55 

3. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 645)
 Flores, André Luiz; Interlando, J. Carmelo; Neto, Trajano Pires da Nóbrega

An Extension of Craig's Family of Lattices
Let $p$ be a prime, and let $\zeta_p$ be a primitive $p$th root of
unity. The lattices in Craig's family are $(p1)$dimensional and
are geometrical representations of the integral $\mathbb
Z[\zeta_p]$ideals $\langle 1\zeta_p \rangle^i$, where $i$ is a
positive integer. This lattice construction technique is a powerful
one. Indeed, in dimensions $p1$ where $149 \leq p \leq 3001$,
Craig's lattices are the densest packings known. Motivated by this,
we construct $(p1)(q1)$dimensional lattices from the integral
$\mathbb Z[\zeta _{pq}]$ideals $\langle 1\zeta_p \rangle^i \langle
1\zeta_q \rangle^j$, where $p$ and $q$ are distinct primes and $i$
and $j$ are positive integers. In terms of spherepacking density,
the new lattices and those in Craig's family have the same
asymptotic behavior. In conclusion, Craig's family is greatly
extended while preserving its spherepacking properties.
Keywords:geometry of numbers, lattice packing, Craig's lattices, quadratic forms, cyclotomic fields Categories:11H31, 11H55, 11H50, 11R18, 11R04 

4. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 71)
 Hurrelbrink, Jurgen; Rehmann, Ulf

Splitting patterns and trace forms
The splitting pattern of a quadratic form $q$ over
a field $k$ consists of all distinct Witt indices that occur for $q$
over extension fields of $k$. In small dimensions, the complete list
of splitting patterns of quadratic forms is known. We show that
{\it all\/} splitting patterns of quadratic forms of dimension at
most nine can be realized by trace forms.
Keywords:Quadratic forms, Witt indices, generic splitting. Category:11E04 
