Geordie Williamson
Professor of Mathematics at the
University of Sydney and director of the
Sydney Mathematical Research Institute.


Email:

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Office:

Carslaw,
812 (map).

Phone:

+61 (0)2 9351 5806

Post:

Sydney Mathematical Research Institute School of Mathematics and Statistics Faculty of Science
Room L4.44, Quadrangle A14 The University of Sydney, NSW , 2006

Slides (and a video) from a colloquium in Berlin giving a
historical introduction to representation theory.
My Takagi lectures (lecture
one, lecture
two) provide an introduction to some of the
themes of my current
research (for mathematicians).
A video
illustrating the billiards
conjecture.
My CV is available here and my
publication list is here.
Video
and slides of my lecture at the
ICM in Rio.


News:
 Notes for the second part of my course on Langlands correspondence and Bezrukavnikov's equivalence.
 Links for my talk "Music, Harmony and Maths" at the City Recital Hall, 7/8/19.
 Links for my talk on Ockham's razor, "Where do ideas come from?", 15/8/19.
 In 2020/21 I will be leading a special year
at the IAS in Princeton. Applications for membership close on
December 1st this year.
 Full notes from the dacha seminar held in July, 2019!
 August 1923, 2019 I will give some lectures at the Simons centre on
representations of reductive algebraic groups.
 With Losev and Emerton I am organising a Clay
research conference on modular representation theory (Sep 30 
Oct 4).
 First semester, 2019 I taught a course on Langlands
correspondence, DeligneLanglands conjecture and Bezrukavnikov's
equivalence. It will most likely keep going next semester.
 If you are in Sydney, come to our informal Friday seminar!
 Second semester, 2018, Thomas Gobet and I taught course on braid groups.