36. With S. Schroeer, Discriminant groups of wild cyclic quotient
singularities. In preparation. 35. With Z. Xiang, Integral points on variable
separated curves. Preprint. 34. With S. Schroeer, Moderately
ramified actions in positive characteristic. Submitted. 33. With Q. Liu, New points on curves. To appear, 32. With Q. Liu and M.
Raynaud, Corrigendum to Néron models, Lie algebras, and reduction of
curves of genus one and The Brauer group of a
surface. 31. Wild
quotients of products of curves, 30. Néron Models, 29. With O. Gabber and Q.
Liu, Hypersurfaces in projective schemes and a
moving lemma, 28. Wild
models of curves, Some questions on wild Z/pZ-quotient singularities of surfaces. Complement to
the papers 27, 28, and 31. 27. Wild
quotient singularities of surfaces, 26. With O. Gabber and Q.
Liu, The index of an algebraic variety, 25. Elementary
Divisor domains and Bézout domains, 24. Two-variable zeta-functions on graphs and
Riemann-Roch theorems, 23. Torsion and Tamagawa
numbers, A question in
elementary number theory related to 2.15 in [23]. 22. Models
of curves and wild ramification, 21. Smith normal form and Laplacians, 20. Grothendieck's pairing
for Jacobians and base change 19. With Q. Liu and M.
Raynaud, On the Brauer
group of a surface, A complement to an assertion in this paper. A corrigendum
for [18] and [19] is found in [32]. 18. With Q. Liu and M.
Raynaud, Néron models, Lie
algebras, and reduction of curves of genus one, A complement to an assertion in this paper. 17. with S. Bosch, Grothendieck's pairing on
component groups of jacobians, 16. with T. Tucker, Thue equations and the
method of Chabauty-Coleman, 15. with Q. Liu, Special fibers of Néron
models and wild ramification, A complement to Proposition 1.8 in
this paper. 14. Reduction of points in the Néron
model of a jacobian, 13. The arithmetic of the laplacian
of a graph, 12. with Q. Liu, Models of curves and finite covers, 11. with B. Edixhoven and Q. Liu, The
p-part of the group of components of a Néron
model, 10. Torsion points on the modular jacobian J_0(N), 9. On the group of components of a Néron model, 8. On modular elliptic curves, 7. Reducibility of polynomials in two variables,
6. The characteristic polynomial of a monodromy transformation attached to a family of curves,
5. Jacobians with potentially good ell-reduction,
4. On a finite group associated to the Laplacian of a
graph, 3. Dual graphs of degenerating curves, 2. Groups of components of Néron models of jacobians,
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4. With O. Gabber and Q.
Liu, Period, Index, and an invariant of
Grothendieck, 2010. 3. Towers of curves and rational distance sets, 2. Reduction in the case of imperfect residue
fields , 1. On the jacobian of the
modular curve X_0(N), ## Book Reviews
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Lemma in families and a Moving Lemma, Zürich conference, September
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index of an algebraic variety, Hawaii conference, March 2012. ##
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prime conductor and a conjecture of Cremona, 2004 ## Undergraduate Publications
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Seminar, sponsored by the department NSF VIGRE grant, On
a generalization of the Frobenius number, Journal
of Integer Sequences, Vol. 13 (2010). Back to the main page. |

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