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It is even more impressive to know that the list of ”official” Grothendieck publications begins in 1950 (with a paper that appeared in C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris), and ends in 1974 (Groupes de Barsottti- Tate et cristaux de Dieudonnd, SCminaire de MathCmatiques SupCrieures. 45 (EtB 1970). ” Several colleagues and friends refer to his total dedication t o research, living alone and working for 25 or 26 hours each “day”. Hence, why did he abruptly end a career so fertile at the age of 42? The official reason given by Grothendieck himself for resigning his position at the Intitut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (IHES) was that he had discovered that the Ministry of Defense had partly subsidized the Institute.

Schwartz did not know what t o say, because on D’8 F there was one natural topology. Fortunately, two weeks latter a triumphal letter arrived: the two natural topologies coincide on 2)’ 8 F (and with the natural one)! The two natural topologies discovered by Grothendieck are what we now know as the projective or x-topology and the injective or €-topology. The 7r-topology is the greatest “reasonable” one (in some precise sense), and makes, with the natural identifications, C ( E 8TF, G) = B ( E x F, G), all the continuous bilinear maps from E x F into G.

Dieudonne‘ was right, but Grothendieclc never admitted it.. T et C F ”... that included 14 questions, problems that we were unable to solve. Dieudonne‘ proposed to Grothendieck that he think about some of them, those that he preferred. W e did not see h i m for some weeks. When he appeared again, he had solved half of the questions! Deep and dificult solutions which needed new notions. W e were amazed. (Ref. [ 16, p. ) Schwartz realized at once that he had met a mathematician of first order and in the spring of 1953 he proposed to Grothendieck, as a subject of his Thesis, the general problem of finding a “good” topology on the tensor product E @ F of two locally convex spaces E and F .

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