 I am a lecturer in 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 recently started a mathematical blog.

Research
 Most recent paper: The majority game with an arbitrary majority. Coauthor: John R. Britnell.
 Also recently submitted: Foulkes modules and decomposition numbers of the symmetric group. Coauthor: Eugenio Giannelli
 On types of matrices and centralizers of matrices and permutations. Coauthor: John R. Britnell.
 I coorganized the 24th British Combinatorial Conference held at RHUL between 30 June and 5 July 2013.
 Pure Mathematics Seminar and previous Pure Mathematics Seminars.
 Other
mathematics and teaching
 MT181 Number Systems (on Moodle).
 MT454 and MT5454 Combinatorics (on Moodle).
 Lecture notes for MT181 Number Systems, MT454 Combinatorics and MT361 Error Correcting Codes in 2012 / 13.
 Code for testing orbit coherence of permutation groups.
 Lecture notes on representations of symmetric groups (Winter 2011).
 Code for computing conjugacy probabilities in symmetric groups.
 Some data on Foulkes' Conjecture and minimal constituents of Foulkes characters.
 Introduction to Lie algebras
 Surveys in combinatorics 2013
 Miscellany
Email: mark.wildon@rhul.ac.uk. Post: Dr Mark Wildon, Department of Mathematics, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham TW20 0EX, UK.