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Title Colloquium De Giorgi 2013 and 2014 / edited by Umberto Zannier.
Imprint Pisa : Edizioni della Normale, [2015]
2015

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Series Colloquia ; 5
Colloquium De Giorgi (Scuola normale superiore di Pisa). Colloquia ; 5.
Subject Algebraic functions -- Congresses.
Galois theory -- Congresses.
Alt Name Zannier, U. (Umberto), 1957-
Description 1 online resource (xv, 142 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Pierre Cartier: New Developments in Galois Theory -- Enrico Bombieri: The Mathematical Truth -- Alessio Figalli: Quantitative Stability Results for the Brunn-Minkowski Inequality -- Luc Illusie: Grothendieck at Pisa: crystals and Barsotti-Tate groups -- Etienne Fouvry, Emmanuel Kowalski and Philipper Michel: Trace functions over finite fields and their applications -- Michel Waldschmidt: Schanuel's Conjecture: algebraic independence of transcendental numbers.
Summary Since 2001 the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa has organized the "Colloquio De Giorgi", a series of colloquium talks named after Ennio De Giorgi. The Colloquio is addressed to a general mathematical audience, and especially meant to attract graduate students and advanced undergraduate students. The lectures are intended to be not too technical, in fields of wide interest. They must provide an overview of the general topic, possibly in a historical perspective, together with a description of more recent progress. The idea of collecting the materials from these lectures and publishing them in annual volumes came out recently, as a recognition of their intrinsic mathematical interest, and also with the aim of preserving memory of these events.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed March 25, 2015).
ISBN 9788876425158 (electronic bk.)
8876425152 (electronic bk.)
8876425144 (print)
9788876425141 (print)
9788876425141
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-88-7642-515-8
OCLC # 905348689
Additional Format Printed edition: 9788876425141



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