The Work of John Tate

  • J. S. MilneEmail author
Part of the The Abel Prize book series (AP)


The article is an exposition of the work of Tate, written on the occasion of the award to him of the Abel prize. Tate’s work is explained in the context of “the great reformulation of arithmetic and geometry that has taken place since the 1950s”.


Elliptic Curve Elliptic Curf Abelian Variety Group Scheme Global Field 
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I thank B. Gross for help with dates, J.-P. Serre for correcting a misstatement, and J. Tate for answering my queries and pointing out some mistakes.

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The Abel Lecture by John Tate, the Abel Laureate 2010 (MP4 269 MB)


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  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of MichiganAnn ArborUSA

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