- After two years and many excellent talks, we’ve decided to officially end the RAMpAGe seminar. Bhargav Bhatt gave the very first talk, way back in June 2020 – now Bhargav has generously agreed to also give the final talk, on August 10 at 12 noon EST. See you there!
- In December I’ll move to a tenured position at the National University of Singapore. To my colleagues in Asia – I’m really looking forward to travelling more easily around the region, beginning new collaborations, and engaging with the arithmetic geometry community!
When we first discussed the idea of running a weekly online seminar on p-adic geometry, I figured there would be around 30 or so participants at each talk. It’s a bit crazy, then, that the audience for the first six RAMpAGe talks has ranged from 80 to over 225 people. A huge thanks to everyone for their participation and interest! We have many more excellent speakers in store for you! If you have any feedback for us, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.
Two more points:
- We are doing our best to post notes and videos (at the speakers’ discretion) for each talk on the seminar website linked above. Hopefully we will post notes for every talk!
- Bogdan Zavyalov planned to mention the sad case of Azat Miftakhov at the end of his talk. Due to the extended mathematical discussion, this ended up not happening, so I am mentioning it here instead. Please please go here and read more.