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Peter Scholze | Xena

Peter Scholze | Xena

Jun 5, 2021 ... [This is a guest post by Peter Scholze.] Exactly half a year ago I wrote the Liquid Tensor Experiment blog post, challenging the ... [ReadMore..]

First Impressions of Uni Bonn – Journey In Mathematics

First Impressions Of Uni Bonn – Journey In Mathematics

I have finished my first months as a freshman in Bonn. Nothing was ordinary this year. It is an extraordinary experience in an extraordinary setting. Jan 5, 2021 ... Anytime we might encounter famous mathematicians like Peter Scholze – or fellow students who are certainly going to be the future big names ... [ReadMore..]

Peter Scholze: Bad boy of mathematics? « Economics Job Market ...

Peter Scholze: Bad Boy Of Mathematics? « Economics Job Market ...

Scholze before he got married used to hit on female math grad students (ask them to hook ... 'I spent part of last weekend reading Alice Silverberg's blog, ... [ReadMore..]

Peter Scholze | What's new

Peter Scholze | What's New

Aug 1, 2018 ... Posts about Peter Scholze written by Terence Tao. ... After the two previous congresses in 2010 and 2014, I wrote blog posts describing some ... [ReadMore..]

Peter Scholze - Wikipedia

Peter Scholze - Wikipedia

Peter Scholze is a German mathematician known for his work in arithmetic geometry. ... Terence Tao's blog. Retrieved 21 March 2021. [ReadMore..]

Reporting on Scientific Controversy - The Open Notebook

Reporting On Scientific Controversy - The Open Notebook

Controversy is a normal part of the scientific process and often moves science forward. But from a journalist’s perspective, reporting on controversies can be daunting and stressful. Both the science and the scientists can become difficult subjects, and reporters need to get creative to capture the essence of the debates and their protagonists. This feature explores common challenges and the paths forward amidst controversy. February 22, 2022 Pedro Márquez-Zacarías ... on Mochizuki's proof, Klarreich interviewed mathematician Peter Scholze for a profile on his promising career. [ReadMore..]

Thuses – theHigherGeometer

Thuses – TheHigherGeometer

(This is a guest post by David Benjamin Lim) I would like to make an announcement concerning a new math blog, Thuses.com, started by Stanford math graduate students Slava Naprienko, Bogdan Zavyalov… Aug 9, 2021 ... I would like to make an announcement concerning a new math blog, Thuses.com, ... such as Peter Scholze's post on Kevin Buzzard's blog here. [ReadMore..]

Mind the gap: the Mochizuki controversy – Blog del Instituto de ...

Mind The Gap: The Mochizuki Controversy – Blog Del Instituto De ...

If we were to carry out a survey about what is most characteristic of Mathematics, what distinguishes it most precisely from other branches of human knowledge, we would most probably find that the … Apr 6, 2021 ... Two German mathematicians, Peter Scholze (of whom we have already spoken here) and Jakob Stix, both acknowledged experts in Arithmetic ... [ReadMore..]

Algebraic geometry and its plot to take over the (analytic) world ...

Algebraic Geometry And Its Plot To Take Over The (analytic) World ...

Recently, Peter Scholze posted a challenge to the Xena project to formalize a result in condensed mathematics. The motivation for this result is to provide a new foundation for analysis, not in ter… Dec 12, 2020 ... Recently, Peter Scholze posted a challenge to the Xena project to formalize a result in condensed mathematics. The motivation for this ... [ReadMore..]

Scholze's condensed sets and Mazzola's path to creativity ...

Scholze's Condensed Sets And Mazzola's Path To Creativity ...

Feb 22, 2021 ... Some months ago, Peter Scholze wrote a guest post on the Xena-blog: Liquid tensor experiment, proposing a challenge to formalise the proof ... [ReadMore..]

Hard Arithmetic

Hard Arithmetic

Sep 11, 2020 ... [Sch] Scholze, Peter. The Local Langlands Correspondence for GL_n over p -adic fields, Invent. Math. 192 (2013), no. 3, 663–715. [ReadMore..]