- I am a professor of mathematics at Royal Holloway, University of London. My mathematical interests are in combinatorics and representation theory, especially the representation theory of the symmetric groups and related algebras. I also post to my mathematical blog.
- Research
- Most recent paper: A corollary of Stanley's Hook Content Formula.
- Other recent papers: Plethysms of symmetric functions and highest weight representations. Coauthors: Melanie de Boeck, Rowena Paget.
- A combinatorial proof of the Murnaghan–Nakayama rule. Coauthor: Jasdeep Kochhar.
- The multistep homology of the simplex and representations of symmetric groups.
- Permutation groups containing a regular abelian subgroup: the tangled history of two mistakes of Burnside.
- Generalized Foulkes modules and maximal and minimal constituents of plethysms of Schur functions. Coauthor: Rowena Paget.
- On signed Young permutation modules and
signed
*p*-Kostka numbers. Coauthors: Eugenio Giannelli, Kay Jin Lim and William O'Donovan. - A generalized SXP rule proved by bijections and involutions.
- Pure Mathematics Seminar and previous Pure Mathematics Seminars.

- Other mathematics and talks
- Teaching
- MT362, MT462 Cipher Systems and MT5462 Advanced Cipher Systems (on Moodle)
- Lecture notes for MT362/462/5462 Cipher Systems in 2017/18.
- Lecture notes for MT182 Matrix Algebra and MT454 Combinatorics in 2015/16.
- Lecture notes for a short course on symmetric functions and the symmetric group in Winter 2015.
- The meeting Evidence based mathematics teaching was held on Wednesday 18th March 2015.
- Lecture notes for MT181 Number Systems in 2014/15 and MT361 Error Correcting Codes in 2012/13.
- Lecture notes on representations of symmetric groups (revised June 2014).

- Introduction to Lie algebras
- Surveys in combinatorics 2013
- Introduction to combinatorics
- Equality and Diversity
- Miscellany

**Email:**mark.wildon@rhul.ac.uk.

**Post:**Prof. Mark Wildon, Department of Mathematics, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham TW20 0EX, UK.