Poids de l'inertie modérée de certaines représentations cristallines (with Xavier Caruso) Journal de Théorie des Nombres de Bordeaux22 (2010), 79-96. (pdf)
Polygones de Hodge, de Newton et de l'inertie modérée des
répresentations semi-stables (with Xavier Caruso) Mathematische Annalen343 (2009), no. 4, 773-789. (pdf)
Polynomials, meanders, and paths in the lattice of noncrossing partitions Transactions of the A.M.S361 (2009), 3083-3107. (pdf)
Breuil modules for Raynaud schemes Journal of Number Theory128 (2008), 2939-2950. (pdf)
Harmonic algebraic curves and noncrossing partitions (with Jeremy Martin and Ted Singer) Discrete and Computational Geometry37 (2007), 267-286. (pdf)
Modularity of some potentially Barsotti-Tate Galois representations. Compositio Mathematica140 (2004), no. 1, 31-63. (pdf)
The maximum number of points on a curve of genus 4 over F_{8} is 25 (with an appendix by Kristin Lauter) Canadian Journal of Mathematics55 (2003), no.2, 331-352. (pdf) Some examples accompanying the paper: (pdf)
A note on the symmetric powers of the standard representation of S_{n} (with Richard P. Stanley) Electronic Journal of Combinatorics7 (2000), R06, 8
pages. (pdf)
Other publications:
Solutions to x^{3}=y^{2} in PSL(2,F_{q}), 3-page appendix to "Generalised
knot groups distinguish the square and granny knots" by Christopher Tuffley Journal of Knot Theory and its Ramifications18
(2009), no. 8, 1129-1157. (pdf)
p-adic Geometry: Lectures from the 2007 Arizona Winter School
(co-edited with Dinesh Thakur) University Lecture Series 45, American Mathematical Society,
Providence, RI, 2008. 203 pp.
Thesis:
Modularity of some potentially Barsotti-Tate Galois
representations Ph.D. thesis, Harvard, 2001, advised by Richard Taylor (pdf) (Note: don't read this. Instead, read the Compositio paper with the
same title.)
To my chagrin, the most-read item that I have ever written is almost
certainly the Springer GTM Test.