The following needs to be updated
I’ve given several talks, most of which took place within the CUNY system. The best way to learn something is to try to teach it to someone. The talks are listed with the most recent ones first. Notes are occasionally given (not all of them are typed). My CV has an updated list.
- June 7, 2020 “Categorical probability in the quantum realm” at the Categorical Probability and Statistics workshop 2020 June 5–8
- May 13, 2016 “From observables and states to Hilbert space and back: a 2-categorical adjunction” at the Mathematical Physics, Fourier Analysis, and Applications Seminar at GC CUNY, NY (the talk was a chalk talk but I made slides anyway)
- May 10, 2016 “Two-dimensional algebra and gauge theory” at the CCNY Student Research Symposium
- March 18, 2016 “Two-dimensional algebra and gauge theory for strings” at the High Energy Physics Seminar at CCNY CUNY, NY
- October 2, 2015 “The mathematics of the Berry phase: an introduction to vector bundles with connection” at the Mathematical Physics, Fourier Analysis, and Applications Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center, NY
- April 20, 2015 Universal homotopy theories (reference: Daniel Dugger, “Universal homotopy theories.” Advances in Mathematics, Vol 164, Issue 1, 2001, pp 144-176) at the Algebraic Topology Student Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center, NY
- March 8, 2015 “Two-dimensional iterated integrals and applications in classical gauge theory” at the Special Session on Iterated Integrals at the AMS Spring Eastern Sectional Meeting at Georgetown University, Washington, DC
- November 3, 2014 “The model category of simplicial sets” (same notes as previous talk) at the Algebraic Topology Student Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center, NY
- October 27, 2014 “Simplicial sets, Kan complexes, and model structures” at the Algebraic Topology Student Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center, NY
- October 18, 2014 “Surface holonomy and monopoles” at BUGCAT 2014, Binghamton University, NY
- September …, 2014 “Postnikov systems” at the Algebraic Topology Student Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center, NY