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.
Geordie Williamson announced as Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalist: “CSIRO Eureka Prize for Leadership in Innovation and Science: Professor Geordie Williamson”
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”
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”
Article published by AMSI in Research & Higher Ed news (25 March): “Beauty in numbers: Geordie Williamson talks maths, poetry and launching SMRI”
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”
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”
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”