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I am a number theorist working in Lyon (France).

Nov
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answered Absolute Galois group of the field of Puiseux series over $\overline{\mathbb{F}}_p$
Nov
16
comment Absolute Galois group of the field of Puiseux series over $\overline{\mathbb{F}}_p$
@Spice: if you replace $\overline{\mathbb{F}}_p$ iwth $\mathbb{C}$, then the field you get is algebraically closed.
Oct
29
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Oct
24
revised Is there any theorem like implicit function theorem in $\mathbb{Q}$ ?
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Oct
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revised Is there any theorem like implicit function theorem in $\mathbb{Q}$ ?
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Oct
24
answered Is there any theorem like implicit function theorem in $\mathbb{Q}$ ?
Oct
24
comment Slick ways to make annoying verifications
@Charles : yes, sorry, I forgot to say "free", so the modules should be free of the same rank. Thanks.
Oct
23
answered Slick ways to make annoying verifications
Oct
23
comment Slick ways to make annoying verifications
And the closed graph criteria also works in a compact space!
Oct
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
21
answered Lost soul: loneliness in pursing math. Advice needed.
Oct
5
answered The significance of modularity for all Galois representations
Sep
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awarded  Enlightened
Sep
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
29
revised Decomposition of Matrices in Semisimple and Nilpotent Parts
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Sep
29
answered Decomposition of Matrices in Semisimple and Nilpotent Parts
Sep
29
revised Are D_dR and D_st “potentially comparable”?
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Sep
29
comment Are D_dR and D_st “potentially comparable”?
By the way, these "thin subsets" are called "parties fines" in our article. I suspect that my coauthor was playing a joke on me (and the readers) since I later found out that in French, "partie fine" also means "orgy".
Sep
29
answered Are D_dR and D_st “potentially comparable”?
Sep
6
comment local galois representation with higher coefficient
If you're looking at linear representations of $G$ with coefficients, then everything works "the same". See for example 3.1 of Breuil-Mézard's 2002 Duke paper.