Shizhang Li

“Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.”—Groucho Marx

Scanned Notes

These are hand-written notes taken on various occasions that I felt too lazy to LaTeXify.
By clicking the links below, you solemnly swear not to laugh at my hand-writing.

  • I gave a talk on weakly-étale versus pro-étale topology based on the second section of Bhatt--Scholze and Tag 092A. Here is my (completely unreadable) notes.
  • Notes on Breuil--Kisin--Fargues modules given by myself at the seminar on integral p-adic Hodge theory.
  • In Spring of 2018, Johan gave a series of lectures in his seminar on local cohomology. Here is my notes.
  • Here are some notes on crystalline taught by Xuanyu, not readable I guess.
    Here is a lecture notes on crystalline given by myself at the seminar on crystalline cohomology which is perhaps more readable. It becomes messy towarding the end.
  • Notes on Iwasawa theory, taught by Sam in the student Number Theory seminar of Fall 2017.
  • (partial) Notes taken from Johan’s student algebraic geometry seminar on direct summand conjecture in the Spring of 2017.
  • Notes of the seminar on BBD(G) organized by Carl Lian and myself.
  • In Spring of 2017, Michael Harris taught a course on trace formula. Meanwhile Pak-Hin Lee, Samuel Mundy and I organized a seminar on Langlands'ish.
    Here's my (very unreliable) notes of them.
    (FBI) Warning: most of the notes above was taken by me in the status of "Where am I? What am I doing?", I wouldn't be surprised if some experts come to me and say every word there is wrong (except the part regarding Drinfel'd modules (maybe?!)). So if I were you, I wouldn't even bother clicking the link!
  • In Fall of 2016, David Hansen taught a course on p-adic Hodge theory.
    The first half of this course was on Scholze's p-adic comparison for smooth proper rigid spaces. Notes coming (not that) soon.
    The second half of this course was on diamonds (which have ACTUAL value), here's my notes.
  • In Fall of 2016, Daniel Halpern-Leistner taught a course on GIT. Here are the notes I took.
  • Notes taken from Johan’s student algebraic geometry seminar on stable rationality in the Spring of 2016.
  • Notes on FGA explained, taken at the learning Reminar in the Spring of 2016.
  • Notes on Tate’s thesis, taught by Sam in the Spring of 2016.
  • In Fall of 2015, Johan taught a course on étale fundamental group. Here's my notes of it.
  • Notes on étale cohomology, taken at the learning Reminar in the Fall of 2015.