All such submissions must go through the journal website; papers cannot be submitted through editors, and any submissions on famous open problems are subject to the strict rules as described at the lower half of this page.
[JAMS has acceptance standards on par with Annals of Math and accepts around 30 papers per year across all areas of math, ANT is the top journal for specialized papers in algebra and number theory, and IMRN is a general-interest journal with an acceptance standard roughly at the level just below that of Duke Math Journal.] If you are taking a class from me then you should find a functioning link to it below (with course information, homeworks, and so on).
It’s sometimes surprising how much argument and disagreement small differences such as that single letter can make.Most likely I will never again teach such a course.   pdf        Correction to "Inertia groups and fibers"   pdf Irreducible components of rigid spaces.   pdf Remarks on mod-l Here are some books, pre-books, etc. (this link might be behind a firewall; the ISBN number is ISBN-10: 1-4704-1014-1) Pseudo-reductive groups (with O. These are the "homework" exercises for a week-long instructional workshop for graduate students co-organized with Andreatta and Schoof in May, 2005.   Ross Program, PROMYS Program, and Epsilon Fund    Some mathematicians are entirely self-created; for the rest of us, assistance and encouragement early on is helpful. Links to files undergoing revision may be temporarily disabled. If you want to know where something below was published (if it has appeared in print), then please look on Math Sci Net. Someday I should join the 21st century and post papers on the arxiv, at least after I can no longer make changes to the version to be published.   pdf Modularity of certain potentially Barsotti-Tate representations (with F. Complex multiplication and lifting problems (with C-L. These were too many exercises for the amount of time given.At parties across the land, as soon as someone finds out there is an architect in the crowd, there is a story being told about how they wanted to be an architect but since they couldn’t draw or weren’t very good at math, they decided to do something else.It’s too bad that more than most people think this but just like a handful of other stereotypes about architects that aren’t true, I am here to tell you that you do not have to be great at math to be an architect.