[C] The Asymptotic Finite Dimensional Theory. The start of Asymptotic 
C1  The period we
called it the Local Theory, still a branch of Geometric Functional Analysis. [32]; [42]; [43]; [44]; [48]; [49]; [50]; [52]; [54]; [59]; [60]; [64]; [65]; [67]; [68]; [74]; [79]; [80]; [81]; [84]; Some crucial papers: 

[32]  1971, see remarks in part A .  
[43]  1977, joint with Figiel and Lindenstrauss; see remarks in part A  
[44]  1978, joint with
Wolfson,  the extremal properties of l_1 is established. 

[49]  1980, joint with Amir; see remarks in part A .  
[50]  1981, joint with Davis and TomczakJaegermann;  
[52]  1982; joint with Alon; new combinatorial tools were brought to Local Theory.  
[54]  1983; See [52]  
[60]  1985,  The Quotient of a subspace theorem is proved;  
[65]  1986, joint with Schechtman; see remarks in part A .  
[74]  1986, joint with
Pisier; weak cotype and weak Hilbert spaces are introduced and studied. 

[80]  1987, joint with
Koenig; the duality of Entropy is established for operators of rank proportional to the dimension. . 

Related articles and books: Pisier, Gilles The volume of convex bodies and Banach space geometry. Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics, 94. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1989. xvi+250 pp TomczakJaegermann, Nicole BanachMazur distances and finitedimensional operator ideals. Pitman Monographs and Surveys in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 38. Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow; copublished in the United States with John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1989. xii+395 pp 

C2  The change of
the point of view and the start of Asymptotic Geometric Analysis; (The use of Classical Convexity and Geometric Inequalities in Asymptotic Theory. Applications to Convexity) [57]; [58]; [66]; [71]; [72]; [73]; [76]; [78]; [82]; [83]; [85]; [87]; [88]; [89]; [90]; [91]; [92]; [94]  [103]; [107]  [120]; [122]; [123]; [124]; [126]; [127]; [128]; [130]; [131]; [132]; [134]  [138]; [140]; [142]  [148]. Some crucial papers: 

[57]  1983/4, joint with Gromov; BrunnMinkowski inequality is used first time in the Local Theory/Asymptotic Theory of Normed Spaces; generalization of Khinchine type inequality to arbitrary convex body.  
[58]  1985; the paper introduced the theory of Geometric Inequalities to the Asymptotic study of Normed Spaces; it is a lecture delivered on L.Schwartz Colloquium at 1983; the publication of the volume was delayed for two years.  
[71]  1985, joint with Bourgain; Reverse BlaschkeSantalo inequality and how to work with volumes in high dimension; the complete proofs are published in [78], 1987,  
[76]  1986,  reverse BrunnMinkowski ineq. is established.  
[82]  1987, the first proved in the paper inequality contains a mistake, and should be corrected  
[85]  1989, joint with Bourgain and Lindenstrauss;  
[87]  1988, joint with Bourgain, Meyer and Pajor; very interesting inequality is under investigation; this was advanced very recently in [135] and [148] (both joint with Gluskin).  
[88]  1988, relatively easy proofs of reverse Santalo and BrunnMinkowski inequalities; there is not finsihed last part on mixed volume similar reverse inequality.  
[90]  1988, joint with
Bourgain and Lindenstrauss; it contains a few
central results and develop a method of reducing a number of
terms in Minkowski sums; the main result on a number of steps
of Minkowski symmetrizations needed to approximate an
euclidean ball, was very recently improved, and brought to the final form by B.Klartag. The study was continued in [96] for Steiner symmetrizations. 

[92]  1989, joint with Pajor; notion of inertion ellipsoids were revived; detail study of isotropic positions and isotropic constants.  
C3  Results of
mostly Geometric Nature. [92]; [121]; [122]; [125]; [126]; [130]; [137]; [141]; [144]; Some crucial papers: 

[92]  1989, joint with Pajor; see remarks in part C2.  
[121]  1999, joint with Alesker and Dar,  
[122]  2000, joint with Pajor,  
[125]  2000, joint with Giannopoulos,  
[137]  2003, joint with Bourgain and Klartag,  
[141]  2003, joint with Klartag.  