The Australian Mathematical Science Institute has set up a page regarding the Clay–Mahler lectures, including photos, videos, and media coverage.

I have put some of the slides of my own talks online on my blog:

- Here are the slides for the public lecture “Mathematical research and the internet”.
- Here are the slides for the four Access Grid Room talks, “Compressed sensing”, “Discrete random matrices”, “Recent progress in additive prime number theory”, and “Recent progress on the Kakeya problem”.
- Here are the slides for the public lecture “The cosmic distance ladder”.
- Here are the slides for the public lecture “Structure and randomness in the prime numbers” and the colloquium “Perelman’s proof of the Poincaré conjecture”.

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