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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 L-functions 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.


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comment Etale cohomology and restricted direct product
Fantastic answer! This is exactly what I was hoping for.
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comment Katz--Mazur for abelian varieties
+1: very nice question!
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comment 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
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revised Why does the Gamma-function complete the Riemann Zeta function?
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