Varadarajan's research has always been motivated
by a desire to understand the role of symmetry in mathematics and
It has not been restricted to one branch of mathematics although
a great part of it has been in the theory of Lie groups and their
to quantum mechanics and quantum field theory.
In recent years, he has worked in the theory of differential
equations that are meromorphic and the associated moduli problems.
Current work centers around supersymmetry and representations of super
Lie groups and super homogeneous spaces.
|Symmetry and Supersymmetry||Euler Through Time: A New Look at Old Themes|
|Has God made the (quantum) world p-adic? (Part I)||Supersymmetry
for Mathematicians: An Introduction
|Has God made the (quantum) world p-adic? (Part II)||Algebra
in Ancient and Modern Times
|Oporto Lectures/Abstract/Transparencies||Introduction to Harmonic Analysis on Semisimple Lie Groups|
|Mackey Memorial Lecture||Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, and Their Representations|
|Euler at 300||Geometry of Quantum Theory|
for Compact Lie
Selected Works of V. S. Varadarajan
|Harmonic Analysis of Spherical
Functions on Real Reductive Groups
Analysis on Real
Reductive Groups, Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics 576