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Thoughts from Oberwolfach, Part I

Just back from a week-long workshop at Oberwolfach on “Nonarchimedean geometry and applications”. Some random comments: During the workshop, Kiran Kedlaya started a nonarchimedean Scottish book, to record open problems in the foundations of nonarchimedean geometry, especially in the theory … Continue reading

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Perfectoid universal covers of curves

In a previous post I mumbled a bit about perfectoid covering spaces of rigid analytic varieties. ┬áIn this post, I want to sketch a fun special case. Fix an algebraically closed nonarchimedean field. Recall the following from Scholze-Weinstein: given a … Continue reading

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