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Author: William A. Stein
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\begin{MainList}{104pt}
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\item [Education]
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\item {\bf University of California at Berkeley}\\
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Ph.D., mathematics, May 2000.
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\item Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona\\
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M.S. student, mathematics, 1994--1995.\\
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B.S., mathematics, computer science minor, 1991--1994.
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\item [Dissertation]
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\item
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{\sc Explicit approaches to modular abelian varieties}\\
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Committee: Hendrik W.~Lenstra (Chair), Bjorn Poonen, Bin Yu.
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\item [Awards]
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\begin{bulletlist}
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\item Harvard University, NSF Postdoc under
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Mazur, Fall 2000--present.
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\item Clay Mathematics Institute Liftoff Fellow, Summer 2000.
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\item Cal@SiliconValley University Fellowship, 1999--2000.
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\item Sarah M.\ Hallam Department Fellowship, Spring 1999.
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\item Vice Chancellor Research Grant, 1999.
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\item Graduate Student Researcher, Fall 1998.
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\item Outstanding Mathematics Senior, 1994.
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\item Applied math modeling contest, meritorious ranking, 1994.
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\item[Publications]
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\item {\ptitle Mod~$5$ approaches to modularity of icosahedral Galois
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representations} (18 pages), with K.~Buzzard, to appear
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in Pacific J. of Math.
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\item {\ptitle Lectures on Serre's conjectures} (91 pages),
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with K.\thinspace{}A.~Ribet, to appear in the
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IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute Lecture Series.
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\item {\ptitle Component groups of quotients of $J_0(N)$} (8 pages),
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with D.~Kohel, ANTS IV proceedings, 2000.
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\item {\ptitle Empirical evidence for
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the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjectures for modular Jacobians of
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genus 2 curves} (22 pages),
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with E.\thinspace{}V.~Flynn, F.~Lepr\'{e}vost,
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E.\thinspace{}F.~Schaefer,
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M.~Stoll, J.\thinspace{}L.~Wetherell, to appear in Math. of Comp.
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\item {\ptitle Parity structures and generating functions from Boolean rings}
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(8 pages),
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with D.\thinspace{}P.~Moulton, submitted.
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\item {\ptitle Fallacies, Flaws, and
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Flimflam \#92: An Inductive Fallacy} (1 page),
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with A.~Riskin, College Math.\ J.\ 26:5 (1995), 382.
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\item [In progress]
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\item {\ptitle Lectures on modular forms and
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Galois representations} (170 pages), with K.\thinspace{}A. Ribet,
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intended for publication in the Springer-Verlag Universitext
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series.
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\item {\ptitle The field generated by the points of small prime order on an
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elliptic curve} (5 pages), with L.~Merel.
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\item {\ptitle Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups
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of modular abelian varieties} (20 pages), with A.~Agashe.
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\item {\ptitle Component groups of optimal quotients of Jacobians}.
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\item {\ptitle Indexes of genus one curves} (10 pages).
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\item [Computer skills]
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\item Author of the modular symbols part of {\sc Magma}.
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\item Author of {\em {\sc Hecke}: A Modular Forms Calculator}
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\item {\em The modular forms database}, created
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using {\sc Hecke}:\\
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\mbox{}\hspace{3em}
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{\tt http://shimura.math.berkeley.edu/\~{}was/Tables/}.
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\item {\tt C++}, HTML, \LaTeX, {\sc Magma}, {\sc Matlab}, PARI, and UNIX.
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\item [Seminars]
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\item {\em Getting your hands on modular forms using modular symbols},
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MSRI, Berkeley, CA, {\bf invited}, August 2000.
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\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Durham, England,
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{\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
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\item {\em Modularity of icosahedral Galois representations}, Copenhagen,
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Denmark, {\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
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\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Utrecht, Holland,
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{\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
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\item {\em Three curves: A story of congruences, multiplicity one, and
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visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Workshop zur Arithmetischen Geometrie,
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Inst. fur Exp. Math., Essen, Germany, {\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
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\item {\em Computing with modular forms}, UC Berkeley mentor lecture,
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{\bf invited}, Spring 2000.
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\item {\em Evidence for Tate's generalization of the Birch and
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Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture}, University of Texas,
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{\bf invited}, Spring 2000.
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\item Organized the graduate student number theory seminar, and
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gave talks on {\em Component groups of quotients of $J_0(N)$},
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Fall 1999.
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\item {\em The Manin index of optimal quotients of $J_0(N)$},
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Berkeley Number Theory Seminar, Fall 1999.
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\item {\em A modular icosahedral Galois representation of conductor
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$2^5\cdot 43$}, Berkeley Number Theory Seminar, Fall 1999.
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\item {\em Shafarevich-Tate groups of modular abelian varieties},
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IAS/Park City Math.\ Inst., June, 1999.
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\item {\em Shafarevich-Tate groups of modular abelian varieties},
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Advances in Number Theory, Leiden, Netherlands, April, 1999.
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\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups},
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Arizona Winter School, 1999.
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%\item Talks given in Ribet's Spring 1999 seminar:
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%\item {\em Special values of $L$-functions associated to modular forms}
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%\item {\em The modular degree and the denominator
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% of $L(A_f,1)/\Omega$}
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%\item {\em Computing period lattices associated to newforms}
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\item {\em The BSD conjecture}, Graduate Student
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Colloquium, Spring 1999.
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\item A series of talks on {\em Ramakrishna's deformation theory of
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Galois representations}, Ribet's Fall 1998 seminar.
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\item {\em Finite flat groups schemes of
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type $(p,p,\ldots)$}, Spring 1998.
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\item {\em Kolyvagin's Euler system of Heegner points}, Buzzard's Seminar,
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Berkeley, Spring 1997.
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\item Organized the Abelian Varieties Seminar,
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Berkeley, Spring 1996.
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\item [Service]
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Refereed papers for {\sl Mathematische Annalen} and {\sl Journal of
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Symbolic Computation}.
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\item [Teaching]
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{\bf NSF Sponsored IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute}
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\item {\em Teaching Assistant}, Summer 1999. Led problem sessions
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and prepared notes for Ken Ribet's course on Serre's
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conjectures for advanced number theory graduate students.
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\item Participated in a panel discussion on the use of technology
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in the classroom.
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\item Led workshops on
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the number theory software PARI and {\sc Hecke}.
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{\bf University of California at Berkeley}
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\item {\em Curriculum Development}, Fall 1997--Summer 1998. Developed
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curriculum materials and {\sc Matlab} software for workshop-based
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calculus and linear algebra courses at UC Berkeley.
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\item {\em Instructor}, Summer 1997. Taught discrete mathematics to
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a class of 20--30 undergraduates. Duties included preparing and delivering
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lectures, writing and grading exams, and conducting office hours.
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{\bf \nobreak{Evaluation} average: 6.1 out of 7.}
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\item {\em Teaching Assistant}, Fall 1995--Spring 1997.
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Led discussion sections for
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linear algebra and second and third semester calculus courses.
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{\bf Northern Arizona University}
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\item {\em Teaching}, 1994--1995. Taught four complete undergraduate
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courses, two on college algebra and two on other freshman topics.
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Duties included all aspects of organizing a course, including
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preparing and delivering lectures and grading examinations.
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\item [Memberships]
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\item American Mathematical Society, 1995--present.
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\item Mathematical Association of America, 1998--present.
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\item [Address]
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\item [Personal]
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US Citizen, born February 21, 1974
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{\bf Doctor Kevin M.~Buzzard}\\
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Department of Mathematics\\
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Huxley Building\\
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Imperial College\\
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180 Queen's Gate\\
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London, SW7 2BZ\\
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England\\
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+44 207 594 8523\\
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buzzard@ic.ac.uk
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{\bf Professor Robert F.~Coleman}\\
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Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
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University of California\\
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Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
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(510) 642-5101\\
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coleman@math.berkeley.edu\\
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{\bf Professor Hendrik W.~Lenstra}\\
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Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
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University of California\\
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Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
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(510) 643-7857\\
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{\bf Professor Barry C.~Mazur}\\
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Department of Mathematics\\
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Harvard University\\
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One Oxford Street\\
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Cambridge, MA 02138\\
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(617) 495-2171 ext.~512\\
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mazur@abel.math.harvard.edu
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{\bf Professor Lo\"\i{}c Merel}\\
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Paris\\
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France\\
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merel@math.jussieu.fr\\
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{\bf Professor Kenneth A.~Ribet}\\
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Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
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University of California\\
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Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
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(510) 642-0648\\
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ribet@math.berkeley.edu
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