August 2021

The Aperiodical coordinates the Carnival of Mathematics (CoM), a monthly blogging roundup hosted on a different blog each month.
The posts compile interesting recent items on mathematics from around the net.

Upcoming visitor Jessica Purcell‘s SMRI profile video featured in Number 196, hosted by ThatsMath.

Carnival of Math August

March 2021

March 2021 visitor Jared Field‘s SMRI profile video featured in CoM Number 191 , hosted by Fractal Kitty.

October 2020

 Geordie Williamson announced as Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalist: “CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science: Professor Geordie Williamson”

June 2020

Quanta feature: Abstractions Blog feat. Geordie Williamson (9 June): “The ‘Useless’ Perspective That Transformed Mathematics”

Post about Quanta feature above on Peter Woit’s Columbia University Math blog (9 June): “An Advertisement for Representation Theory”

Nature News Feature feat. SMRI visitors (4 June): “Scientists’ worlds will shrink in the wake of the pandemic”

August 2019

Article by Geordie Williamson for Ockham’s Razor, ABC Science: (28 August): “Where do ideas come from? A mathematician ponders eureka moments and solving complex problems”

March 2019

Article published by AMSI in Research & Higher Ed news (25 March): “Beauty in numbers: Geordie Williamson talks maths, poetry and launching SMRI”

December 2018

Conversations with Richard Fidler, Sarah Kanowski feat. Geordie Williamson (4 December): “Life in 248 dimensions”

Profile in Virgin Australia Voyeur (1 December, p144): “Stars of 2018: Geordie Williamson”

November 2018

The Science Show with Robyn Williams episode feat. Sophie Calabretto (17 November): “University of Sydney opens new mathematics research institute”

Article in The Sydney Morning Herald (12 November): “Sydney University launches $6.5 million Global Mathematics Institute”

University of Sydney article (12 November): “Global mathematics institute launched at the University of Sydney”

July 2018

Article about Geordie Williamson in The Sydney Morning Herald (13 July): “Maths prodigy comes home to establish $5 million world-class maths centre”

Article about Geordie Williamson in The Sydney Morning Herald (12 July): “Australian mathematician becomes Royal Society’s youngest Fellow”

More Geordie Williamson interviews

YouTube playlist