Friday, January 5, 2018


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Wikipedia — "Tamagawa's doctoral students included 
Doris Schattschneider and Audrey Terras."

See also Schattschneider and Terras in this  journal.

Friday, March 3, 2006

Friday March 3, 2006

Filed under: Uncategorized — m759 @ 1:00 PM

Women's History Month continues.

Global and Local:
One Small Step

Audrey Terras, University of Maryland '64:

We cannot discuss the proof here as it requires some knowledge of zeta functions of curves over finite fields.

Charles Small, Harvard '64:

The moral is that the zeta function exhibits a subtle connection between the "global" (topological, characteristic 0) nature of the curve and its "local" (diophantine, characteristic p for all but finitely many "bad" primes p)  behaviour.  The full extent of this connection only becomes apparent in the context of varieties more general than curves….

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"Some friends of mine
 are in this band….

— David Auburn, "Proof"

"Women and Mathematics
is a joint program of
the Institute for Advanced Study
and Princeton University."

— School of Mathematics,  
1 Einstein Drive,
Princeton, New Jersey

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