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The following problem which I discussed in 2006 (http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0605328) seems to have been solved by Fabrizio Andreatta, Adrian Iovita and Minhyong Kim :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uWdMkZv9IU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uWdMkZv9IU

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Just to add, a student of Iovita, Rogelio Buendia, has shown a similar 'crystalline' criteria for smooth K3 surfaces over any finite extension of Q_p.

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Groupes finis

Jean-Pierre Serre

Cours à l’École Normale Supérieure de Jeunes Filles, 1978/1979

rédigé par Martine Buhler et Catherine Goldstein

(Montrouge, 1979)

révisé et transcrit en LaTeX par

Nicolas Billerey, Olivier Dodane et Emmanuel Rey

(Strasbourg – Paris, 2004)

Jean-Pierre Serre

Cours à l’École Normale Supérieure de Jeunes Filles, 1978/1979

rédigé par Martine Buhler et Catherine Goldstein

(Montrouge, 1979)

révisé et transcrit en LaTeX par

Nicolas Billerey, Olivier Dodane et Emmanuel Rey

(Strasbourg – Paris, 2004)

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Manjul Bhargava

Poetry, Drumming & Mathematics

Bangalore, 20 June 2015

(Link provided by +Abhay Tiwari ).

Poetry, Drumming & Mathematics

Bangalore, 20 June 2015

(Link provided by +Abhay Tiwari ).

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Ashoke Sen : What is String Theory ?

A public lecture in Bangalore, July 2015.

A public lecture in Bangalore, July 2015.

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+Chandan Dalawat I don't know Sir exactly.. But it was in the same auditorium and it was also public lecture !

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An interview with Edward Witten

‘Supersymmetry may show up at the new run of LHC’

Shubashree Desikan

The Hindu, 1st of July, 2015

‘Supersymmetry may show up at the new run of LHC’

Shubashree Desikan

The Hindu, 1st of July, 2015

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John Conway Reminiscences about Dr. Matrix and Bourbaki

By Colm Mulcahy | April 1, 2015

By Colm Mulcahy | April 1, 2015

Last week, life took me through Princeton, and I seized the opportunity to drop in to see resident English mathematician John Horton Conway.

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Ah, I just assumed he was telling tall stories, like Michael Gambon does.

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Séminaire Bourbaki

7 novembre 2015

http://www.bourbaki.ens.fr/seminaires/2015/Sem.nov15/Res-nov15.pdf

7 novembre 2015

http://www.bourbaki.ens.fr/seminaires/2015/Sem.nov15/Res-nov15.pdf

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CONSTRUCTION DE REPRÉSENTATIONS GALOISIENNES DE TORSION [d’après Peter Scholze]

par Sophie MOREL

Séminaire BOURBAKI juin 2015

67ème année, 2014-2015, no 1102

par Sophie MOREL

Séminaire BOURBAKI juin 2015

67ème année, 2014-2015, no 1102

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“Physics is always a gamble”

It would be most helpful to String Theory to get a clue from nature that we are going in the right direction, says Nobel laureate David Gross

String theorist and particle physicist Professor David Gross, from Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, was in India recently to participate in Strings 2015, an annual conference on String Theory, at Bengaluru. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, along with Frank Wilczek and David Politzer, in 2004, for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, which opened out the field of Quantum chromodynamics. He is also the chairperson of the advisory board of International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bengaluru (ICTS). Prof. Gross spoke to Shubashree Desikan about String Theory and the absurdity of retiring at 60. Excerpts:

It would be most helpful to String Theory to get a clue from nature that we are going in the right direction, says Nobel laureate David Gross

String theorist and particle physicist Professor David Gross, from Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, was in India recently to participate in Strings 2015, an annual conference on String Theory, at Bengaluru. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, along with Frank Wilczek and David Politzer, in 2004, for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, which opened out the field of Quantum chromodynamics. He is also the chairperson of the advisory board of International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bengaluru (ICTS). Prof. Gross spoke to Shubashree Desikan about String Theory and the absurdity of retiring at 60. Excerpts:

String theorist and particle physicist Professor David Gross, from Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, was in India recently to participate in Strings 2015, an annual conference on String Theory, at

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ISI Director

Unceremonious exit

The Director of the Indian Statistical Institute [Bimal Kumar Roy, Padma Shri] is removed at the fag end of his term for “indiscipline”. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY

Unceremonious exit

The Director of the Indian Statistical Institute [Bimal Kumar Roy, Padma Shri] is removed at the fag end of his term for “indiscipline”. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY

The Director of the Indian Statistical Institute is removed at the fag end of his term for “indiscipline”. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY

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Yuri Manin - Numbers as functions

28th Journées Arithmétiques

Grenoble

le mercredi 3 juillet 2013 à 18h30 sur le Campus de St-Martin d’Hères (amphi Weil).

28th Journées Arithmétiques

Grenoble

le mercredi 3 juillet 2013 à 18h30 sur le Campus de St-Martin d’Hères (amphi Weil).

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Nicolas Bourbaki's page at Google Scholar. I wonder who chose the profile photo !

https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=4AOCmvUAAAAJ&hl=en

https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=4AOCmvUAAAAJ&hl=en

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I work at the Harish-Chandra Research Institute in Allahabad, India.

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- Harish-Chandra Research InstituteProfessor, present
- Tata Institute of Fundamental ResearchFellow, 1995 - 2000
- Université de Rennes 1Attaché temporaire, 1993 - 1995
- Université Paris-Sud XI, OrsayThésard et Attaché temporaire, 1989 - 1993

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A la recherche de Grothendieck, cerveau mathématicien (1/3) | Mediapart www.mediapart.fr Alexandre Grothendieck, salué unanimement comme un génie des mathématiques du XXe siècle, est mort le 13 novembre 2014, après avoir vécu en |

La géométrie non commutative (3') - Video - Analyse et géométrie - 23 av... www.college-de-france.fr Analyse et géométrie - Alain Connes |

Master ALGANT Theses algant.eu ALGANT Master Theses. 2014. Sammy ALAOUI SOULIMANI, Deformation of Complex Manifolds and Applications, Padova ( .pdf 464 Kb.) Alexey BESHENO |

An Interview With Prof. Ashoke Sen, HRI, Allahabad soundcloud.com With the permission of All India Radio. Copyright: All India Radio |

ARNOLD: Swimming Against the Tide www.ams.org Vladimir Arnold, an eminent mathematician of our time, is known both for his mathematical results, which are many and prominent, and for his |

Arithmetic Geometry, Representation Theory and Applications | Clay Mathe... www.claymath.org This conference aims at giving an overview of some of the most striking results in arithmetic geometry with an emphasis on p-adic aspects. T |

Some refined mass formulae | Department of Mathematics Kyoto University www.math.kyoto-u.ac.jp Serre had proved a beautiful mass formula involving all totally ramified extensions of a given degree over a local field (with finite residu |

[1409.3173] A refined notion of arithmetically equivalent number fields,... arxiv.org Abstract: We construct examples of number fields which are not isomorphic but for which their idele class groups are isomorphic. We also con |

ICM 2022 : la France candidate - Séoul, ICM 2014 www.icm2014seoul-blog.com La France a officiellement annoncé sa candidature, via la délégation française présente à cet ICM 2014, afin d'accueillir l'ICM 2022 à Paris |

John Milnor: A conversation with a mathematical legend | plus.maths.org At the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) 2014 we had the great privilege to meet a true legend of mathematics: John Milnor. Mil |

Barry Mazur Will Deliver the Minerva Lecture Series this October | Depar... www.math.princeton.edu Professor Barry Mazur will deliver the Fall 2014 Minerva Lecture Series. Mazur received his Ph.D. at Princeton in 1959 and is currently the |

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Médaille Fields : la presse d'Iran remet son voile à Maryam Mirzakhani -... www.lepoint.fr La presse iranienne, à contre-courant du président iranien, a "photoshopé" la lauréate américano-iranienne du prestigieux prix de mathématiq |

Had a nice French dinner at the place. Very good service, even though hardly anyone speaks English. Excellent freshly baked breads.

Public - 7 months ago

reviewed 7 months ago

Nice little restaurant frequented by the locals, serving standard Japanese fare. Had a decent lunch after visiting the Simogamo-jinja (下鴨神社) Shinto shrine, more formally known as the Kamo-mioya-jinja (賀茂御祖神社).

Public - 9 months ago

reviewed 9 months ago

The Mrignayani emporium is supposed to open at 11:00, but we had to wait for some twenty minutes for the employees to turn up (on 24/11/2013). It might be a good idea to call them before going there, to make sure that the shop is open.

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reviewed a year ago

Among the starters, we took chicken reshmi kebab and chicken achari kebab. Both would have gained if they had moderated the amount of salt. Bhuna mutton didn't have much mutton in it. Otherwise the ambiance and the service are okay.

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reviewed a year ago

On our first day in Khajuraho, we went out for dinner. Our hotel staff had recommended the restaurant Siddharth, but my son noticed this charming little café on our way to that restaurant, so we decided to try it out the next day.
At lunch the next day, we found the place to be clean and nice, with reasonably-priced Indian and European dishes. The service was fine; my son liked the place so much that we had lunch there the next day as well.
The place is much frequented by backpackers but by very few Indians, which might explain my strange little experience on our last day in Khajuraho. It almost undid the most sublime experience of visiting the temples and being so lucky as to see a tigress with her cub a few metres from us.
We had some coffee --- it was nice to find espresso and mocha in Khajuraho --- before the son-et-lumière show at the temples. As soon as the show got over, we rushed back to Raja to make sure we got a table for dinner. My wife and son went up to the terrace while I wanted to go to the toilet first. It was at this point that I was stopped by a shout --- HEY, WHERE ARE YOU GOING ? --- from one of the employees (in Hindi). I was a little taken aback by the question, and by the tone of the voice.
I said : What happened ?
The way up is over there, he replied.
I know it, I said.
Then he came up to me, taking a very threatening posture, and snarled "Is it wrong to point it out ?"
I couldn't bear the impertinence any longer but kept my cool. I was curious about the reasons for this disgusting behaviour, so I asked him if he was the owner of the place. No, he said, he is a servant. At this point I decided to overlook him completely. If he had been the owner, I might have given him a piece of my mind.
We had a reasonable dinner. After paying the bill, I was still curious as to why this man had behaved so execrably with me, so I asked the manager for an explanation. He made a show of lining up all the employees before me and pretended that there was no person who met my description.
I decided to ignore the whole incident. But later it occurred to me that the reason for his behaviour might lie in the fact that Indian clientèle is not welcome during this crucial hour when European tourists come out of the son-et-lumière and are looking for a table to have dinner.
So if you are European, you shouldn't have any problem of the kind I had. If you are Indian, it is preferable to wait till Raja's preferred clientèle has been served. You might be admitted after they've left.
*Update* The owner has written to me that he is "really really very sorry about what happened and will deal with it in such a way as to make sure that something like this never happens again".

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