For more than five decades, the mathematical contributions of Jean-Pierre Serre have played an essential role in the development of several areas of mathematics. The present paper aims to provide an overview of his work. The selected references include his books, most of the papers collected in his Œuvres, as well as some of his more recent publications.
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)00-02 00A15 01A70
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- [Œ]Serre, J.-P.: Œuvres, Collected Papers, vol. I (1949–1959), vol. II (1960–1971), vol. III (1972–1984); vol. IV (1985–1998). Springer, Berlin (1986; 2000) Google Scholar
- [McGill]Serre, J.-P.: Abelian l-adic Representations and Elliptic Curves. Benjamin, New York (1968), written with the help of W. Kuyk and J. Labute; 2nd edn. A.K. Peters, 1998 [translated into Japanese and Russian] Google Scholar
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