Pierre Colmez

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Pierre Colmez
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Born 1962
Nationality France
Fields Mathematics
Institutions Paris VI University
Alma mater École Normale Supérieure and Grenoble University
Doctoral advisor John H. Coates
Jean-Marc Fontaine
Doctoral students Laurent Berger
Lionel Fourquaux
Gabriel Dospinescu
Notable awards Fermat Prize (2005)

Pierre Colmez (born 1962) is a French mathematician, notable for his work on p-adic analysis.

Colmez studied at École Normale Supérieure and obtained his doctorate from Grenoble University. He won the 2005 Fermat Prize for his contributions to the study of L-functions and p-adic Galois representations.

Colmez has won the French go championship four times.[1]

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Pierre Colmez and Leila Schneps are the parents of Coralie Colmez.

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