bio  website  math.cornell.edu/~dkmiller 

location  Ithaca, NY  
age  23  
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I'm working on my PhD at Cornell  my advisor is Ravi Ramakrishna. I'm interested in Galois representations coming from abelian varieties (especially elliptic curves) and how they relate to the arithmetic of Lfunctions and modular forms. I'm also interested in algebraic geometry a la Grothendieck, and more generally, everything categorical. I like to think that I'm more interested in logic and foundations than the average mathematician.
Aug 21 
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Is there a higher Grothendieck ring?
It wouldn't strictly be a generalization, but note that you could take $K_n(\mathrm{Mot}^\mathrm{num}_k)$, for $\mathrm{Mot}_k^\mathrm{num}$ the category of (numerical) motives over $k$. 
Aug 5 
awarded  Popular Question 
Jul 22 
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Cohomology of Lie groups and Lie algebras
For what it's worth: using \ast for asterisks avoids this problem, as in $H^\ast(g(Q))$

Jul 2 
awarded  Curious 
Jun 16 
awarded  Yearling 
Jun 10 
asked  Cohomology and quotients for the canonical topology 
May 9 
revised 
Why are torsion points dense in an abelian variety?
Fixed wierd combo of Tex and HTML 
May 9 
suggested  suggested edit on Why are torsion points dense in an abelian variety? 
Apr 24 
accepted  On formal solutions to differential equations 
Apr 22 
asked  On formal solutions to differential equations 
Mar 29 
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Etale cohomology and restricted direct product
Fantastic answer! This is exactly what I was hoping for. 
Mar 28 
asked  Etale cohomology and restricted direct product 
Mar 14 
awarded  Notable Question 
Mar 12 
answered  question about valuation ring 
Feb 13 
awarded  Popular Question 
Jan 11 
awarded  Popular Question 
Dec 28 
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KatzMazur for abelian varieties
+1: very nice question! 
Dec 24 
awarded  Favorite Question 
Dec 24 
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Which book would you like to see “texified”?
I'll add that I just finished typesetting SGA 4.5 (on etale cohomology). It can be found at math.cornell.edu/~dkmiller/bin/sga4.5.pdf 
Nov 13 
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