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. This course finished in July 2020, ending nowhere near where I thought it would
 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. Due to the COVID situation this will most likely have a large online component (at least for the first term)
 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.
 First semester, 2019 I taught a course on Langlands
correspondence, DeligneLanglands conjecture and Bezrukavnikov's
 If you are in Sydney, come to our informal Friday seminar!
 Second semester, 2018, Thomas Gobet and I taught course on braid groups.