1. CJM 2016 (vol 68 pp. 1120)
 Stange, Katherine E.

Integral Points on Elliptic Curves and Explicit Valuations of Division Polynomials
Assuming Lang's conjectured lower bound on the heights of nontorsion
points on an elliptic curve, we show that there exists an absolute
constant $C$ such that for any elliptic curve $E/\mathbb{Q}$ and nontorsion
point $P \in E(\mathbb{Q})$, there is at most one integral multiple
$[n]P$ such that $n \gt C$. The proof is a modification of a proof
of Ingram giving an unconditional but not uniform bound. The
new ingredient is a collection of explicit formulae for the
sequence $v(\Psi_n)$ of valuations of the division polynomials.
For $P$ of nonsingular reduction, such sequences are already
well described in most cases, but for $P$ of singular reduction,
we are led to define a new class of sequences called \emph{elliptic
troublemaker sequences}, which measure the failure of the NÃ©ron
local height to be quadratic. As a corollary in the spirit of
a conjecture of Lang and Hall, we obtain a uniform upper bound
on $\widehat{h}(P)/h(E)$ for integer points having two large
integral multiples.
Keywords:elliptic divisibility sequence, Lang's conjecture, height functions Categories:11G05, 11G07, 11D25, 11B37, 11B39, 11Y55, 11G50, 11H52 

2. CJM 2010 (vol 63 pp. 241)
 Essouabri, Driss; Matsumoto, Kohji; Tsumura, Hirofumi

Multiple ZetaFunctions Associated with Linear Recurrence Sequences and the Vectorial Sum Formula
We prove the holomorphic continuation of certain multivariable multiple
zetafunctions whose coefficients satisfy a suitable recurrence condition.
In fact, we introduce more general vectorial zetafunctions and prove their
holomorphic continuation. Moreover, we show a vectorial sum formula among
those vectorial zetafunctions from which some generalizations of the
classical sum formula can be deduced.
Keywords:Zetafunctions, holomorphic continuation, recurrence sequences, Fibonacci numbers, sum formulas Categories:11M41, 40B05, 11B39 
