➜ Research Seminar and Conference Talks

➜ Reading Groups and Student Seminar Talks

Undergraduate Talks and Outreach

One hundred prisoners. (poster) (problem statement)
U(M) Undergrad Math Club, Michigan, 6 Oct 2018.

The classification of surfaces.
Palo Alto High School Math Club, Palo Alto, 26 Apr 2018.

The mathematics of SET and the cap set problem.(poster)
SUMO Colloquium, Stanford, 26 Feb 2018.

An introduction to the mapping class group.
SURIM, Stanford, 5 Jul 2017.

Hamming codes and coloured hats. (poster) (problem statement)
SUMO Colloquium, Stanford, 7 Feb 2017.

Moduli spaces, configurations, and braids.
SURIM, Stanford, 27 Jul 2016.

The curious case of Euclid’s fifth postulate.
SUMAC, Stanford, 14 Jul 2016.

The fold and cut theorem. (poster) (source: Erik Demaine)
SUMO Colloquium, Stanford, 12 May 2016.

Straight lines in curved spaces: An introduction to non-Euclidean geometry.
XV Escuela de Verano en Matemáticas, UNAM Campus Morelia, 30 Jun 2015.

How (not) to use statistics: fallacies in probability theory.
Stanford Math Circles, Stanford, 22 Jan 2015.

One hundred prisoners. (poster) (problem statement)
SUMO Colloquium, Stanford, 25 Sep 2014.

Braids, configuration spaces, and hyperplane complements. (handout)
Reading course on Coxeter groups, Queen's University, Kingston, 27 Mar 2014.

How many surfaces are there? (abstract) (exercises)
Queen's University Math Club, Kingston, 27 Mar 2014.

➜ Conferences and Workshops

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