Person: PerrinRiou, Bernadette
Bernadette PerrinRiou is a French mathematician who has made important contributions to number theory. She was awarded the 1999 Ruth Lyttle Satter Prize from the American Mathematical Society.
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 The smallscale, personal atmosphere was well suited to PerrinRiou, and she found that she liked to delve deeply into subjects.
 PerrinRiou completed her undergraduate studies in 1977 and began to undertake research.
 In 1983, following the award of her doctorate, PerrinRiou was appointed Maître de Conférences at the Pierre et Marie Curie University.
 At the International Congress of Mathematicians at Zürich in 1994, PerrinRiou gave the invited address padic Lfunctions.
 In this volume, PerrinRiou presents a theory of padic Lfunctions coming directly from padic Galois representations (or, more generally, from motives).
 The work described in this text led to PerrinRiou being awarded several major prizes.
 In 2001 PerrinRiou published another major text Théorie d'Iwasawa des Representations padiques SemiStables Ⓣ(Iwasawa Theory of padic semistable representations).
Born 1 August 1955, Les Vans, Ardèche, France.
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