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Langlands correspondence and Bezrukavnikov's equivalence

  title={Langlands correspondence and Bezrukavnikov's equivalence},
  author={Anna Romanov and Geordie Williamson},
This document contains notes from a course taught by Geordie Williamson at the University of Sydney in 2019-2020. The primary goal of these lectures was to give an informal introduction to what the Langlands program is about, from an arithmetical point of view. We assume the audience (like the lecturer) is a beginner in this subject, but had a first course in complex analysis, Galois theory, topology and representation theory. At times we also assume background in algebraic geometry. Not much… 
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