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Is Vladimir Voevodskys ICM lecture available in videotaped format somewhere? Strangely it is not at the IMU homepage (but Lafforgues is)

Was it not taped (Why not?)? If not is at least a transcript available somewhere? Is there a least video of the opening ceremony, and the Laudatio(s)?

Are there any taped lectures of Voevodsky lecturing on Motivic Cohomology?

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Some of Voevodsky videos are here:

The last two talks, Algebraic Cycles and Motives and An Intuitive Introduction to Motivic Homotopy Theory, are perhaps the closest to what you look for. As for the last talk, the notes from it are available here:

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Thanks a lot! I had found the first two earlier, but the last two are indeed exactly what I was looking for. Thanks – sisn Jul 18 '11 at 10:06
@sisn: if mathphysicist gave you what you wanted, then you should consider formally accepting it as the answer. – Todd Trimble Jul 18 '11 at 13:36
Yeah already read that and also upvoted the answer, but how can I accept it? (I mean I understand the concept, but can't find the button...) – sisn Jul 18 '11 at 14:31
Ah I figured it out... – sisn Jul 18 '11 at 14:32

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