Senior lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sydney.
Address: |
Dr James Parkinson School of Mathematics and Statistics F07 University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia |
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Office: | Room 614 Carslaw Building |
Email: | jamesp@maths.usyd.edu.au |
Phone: | +61 2 9351 4221 |
FAX: | +61 2 9351 4534 |
Distance regularity in buildings and structure constants in Hecke algebras
(P. Abramenko, J. Parkinson, H. Van Maldeghem)
Preprint (2015) (pdf)
Limit theorems for random walks on Fuchsian buildings and Kac-Moody groups
(L. Gilch, S. Müller, J. Parkinson)
Preprint (2015) (pdf)
Buildings, groups of Lie type, and random walks
(J. Parkinson)
To appear in proceedings of "Groups, graphs, and random walks", Cortona, Italy, 2014 (2015) (pdf)
Regular sequences and random walks in affine buildings
(J. Parkinson, W. Woess)
Ann. Inst. Fourier 65 No. 2 (2015) 675-707. (pdf)
The combinatorics of automorphisms and opposition in generalised polygons
(J. Parkinson, B. Temmermans, H. Van Maldeghem)
Ann. Comb. 19 Issue 3 (2015) 567-619. (pdf)
On calibrated representations and the Plancherel Theorem for affine Hecke algebras
(J. Parkinson)
J. Algebraic Combin. 40 (2014) 331-371. (pdf)
A classification of commutative parabolic Hecke algebras
(P. Abramenko, J. Parkinson, H. Van Maldeghem)
J. Algebra
385 (2013) 115-133. (pdf)
Automorphisms and opposition in twin buildings
(A. Devillers, J. Parkinson, H. Van Maldeghem)
J. Austral. Math. Soc.
94 (2013) 189-201. (pdf)
A local limit theorem for random walks on the chambers of \tilde{A}_2 buildings
(J. Parkinson, B. Schapira)
Progr. Probab. 64, Birkhäuser, 15-53
(2011). (pdf)
Combinatorics in affine flag varieties
(J. Parkinson, A. Ram, C.Schwer)
J. Algebra
321 (2009) 3469-3493. (pdf)
Isotropic random walks on affine buildings
(J. Parkinson)
Ann. Inst. Fourier
57 (2007) 379-419. (pdf)
Spherical harmonic analysis on affine buildings
(J. Parkinson)
Math. Z.
253 (2006) 571-606. (pdf)
Buildings and Hecke algebras
(J. Parkinson)
J. Algebra
297 (2006) 1-49. (pdf)
In Semester 2 2016, I am teaching:
MATH1014 Introduction to Linear Algebra, and a component of
MATH1907 on group theory.