# Great Writting

Some articles, books, etc have inspired me.

I follow Vakil's idea. There is a discussion about this here.

Here is a useful list of books. There are also some collections.

Wiki also has a list.

Books/Lecture Notes

Topology Lecture by Prof. Vu Quang Huynh

Stokes' Theorem Lecture by Prof. Vu Quang Huynh

Diophantine Approximation Lecure by Prof. Jan-Hendrik Evertse

Modular Forms Lecture by Prof. Peter Bruin and Prof. Sander Dahmen

Elliptic Curves by Prof. Joseph Silverman

Local Fields (hand-written notes) by Prof. Adrian Iovita

P-Adic Monodromy and the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture by Prof. Bary Mazur and Prof. Glenn Stevens

Modular Forms and Fermat's Last Theorem by Prof. Gary Cornell et al.

Rigid Geometry by Prof. Werner Lutkebohmert

Elliptic curves over function fields by Prof. Ulmer

Some Problems of Unlikely Intersections in Arithmetic and Geometry by Prof. Umberto Zannier

Consended Mathematics by Prof. Dustin Clausen and Prof. Peter Scholze

Articles

l-adic Galois representations and modular forms by Sir Swinnerton-Dyer

Modular forms by Prof. Katz

p-adic BSD conjecture by Profs. Mazur-Tate-Teitelbaum

A proof of MTT conjecture by Profs. Greenberg and Stevens

Hodge-Tate decomposition of Abelian varieties by Prof. Fontaine

Coleman integration papers by Prof. Coleman

P-adic uniformization by Prof. Raynaud

Galois Deformation by Prof. Mazur

Logarithmic Geometry by Prof. Kato

Fermat Theorem Proof by Prof. Wiles

P-adic Uniformization by Prof. Iovita et al

Betti map by Profs. Andre-Corvaja-Zannier