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1. Chemical Crystallography – Page 5

Richard Cooper will lecture on “Affinement de structures cristallines” …Congratulations to Karim Sutton, Jerome Wicker and Rajiv Gogna from Chem Cryst, together with some guy from engineering, for making it to

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2. Analyse Structural par Diffraction des Rayons X – Chemical Crystallography

Richard Cooper will lecture on “Affinement de structures cristallines” and engage the audience with some “Travaux Practiques” using the CRYSTALS refinement package.

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3. arXiv:math/0201183v3 [math.AG] 5 Jul 2002

and the De Rham-Witt complexes are just given level bylevel as the cohomology sheaves of the crystalline complexes. ... Math.128 (1997), 329-377. [2] Bloch, S. Algebraic K-theory and crystalline cohomology.

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4. CRYSTALS – Chemical Crystallography

Richard Cooper will lecture on “Affinement de structures cristallines” … Read the rest.

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5. Past Algebraic and Symplectic Geometry Seminar | Mathematical Institute

the cristalline cohomology of $X$.

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6. Richard Cooper – Page 8 – Chemical Crystallography

Richard Cooper will lecture on “Affinement de structures cristallines” and engage the audience with some “Travaux Practiques” using the CRYSTALS refinement package.

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7. https://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/lauder/ratpoints/Darmon-slides.pdf

The classκE (gy , hz) is cristalline if and only if L(Vp(E ) gy hz , 1) = 0. ... 2 L(E , ρg ρh, 1) = 0, so that κE (g , h) is cristalline.

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8. Past Forthcoming Seminars | Mathematical Institute

the cristalline cohomology of $X$.

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9. https://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/rossler/mypage/pdf-files/alpbach-prog-def.pdf

2.5.1 Talk 8. Crystalline cohomology. The action of the crystalline Weil group. ... Reine Angew. Math. 227 (1967), 86–110. [Ber74] Pierre Berthelot, Cohomologie cristalline des schémas de caractéristique p > 0, Lecture Notes inMathematics, Vol.

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10. https://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/kimm/papers/anabelian.pdf

We now consider the crystalline (log crystalline would have been a more appropriate but too. ... and in the crystalline. case Hilogcris((X0/Ocris), E. ). Note that in each case.

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