**Presentations**

### Presentations [map]

**Invited talks**

*Supersymmetric lattice field theories: Classical simulations and quantum opportunities*, Workshop on High-energy Physics at Ultra-cold Temperatures, ECT* Trento, 12 June 2019*Lattice studies of maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills theories*, University of Liverpool Theoretical Physics Seminar, 28 November 2018*Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice*, Swansea University Theory Seminar, 23 November 2018*Composite dark matter and the role of lattice field theory*, University of Stavanger Physics Seminar, 1 November 2018*Lattice N=4 Supersymmetric Yang–Mills*, Workshop on Quantum Gravity meets Lattice QFT, ECT* Trento, 5 September 2018*Progress and prospects of lattice supersymmetry*, Lattice 2018, Michigan State University, 24 July 2018*Physics Out Of The Box: The Impact of Lattice Field Theory*, University of Liverpool, 5 July 2018*Lattice studies of maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills theories*, CERN Lattice Seminar, 7 June 2018*Physics Out Of The Box: Frontiers of Lattice Field Theory*, Florida International University, 9 March 2018*Lattice N=4 Supersymmetric Yang–Mills*, Program on Nonperturbative and Numerical Approaches to Quantum Gravity, String Theory and Holography, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore, 31 January 2018 [recording]*Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice*, Workshop on Continuum and Lattice Approaches to the Infrared Behavior of Conformal and Quasi-Conformal Gauge Theories, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, 11 January 2018 [recording]*Lattice gauge theory at the electroweak scale*, Workshop on Strong Dynamics at the Electroweak Scale, University of Montpellier, 6 December 2017*Lattice studies of maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills theories*, Workshop on Strongly Interacting Field Theories, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, 25 November 2017*Lattice gauge theory beyond the standard model*, 20th International Conference From the Planck Scale to the Electroweak Scale, Warsaw, 22 May 2017*Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice*, University of Edinburgh Higgs Centre Particle Physics Theory Seminar, 23 November 2016*Physics Out Of The Box: The impact of lattice gauge theory*, University of Glasgow, 18 April 2016*Composite dark matter and the role of lattice field theory*, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Colloquium, 17 February 2016*Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice*, Friedrich Schiller University Jena Quantum Theory Seminar, 17 December 2015*Electroweak Phenomenology and Lattice Strong Dynamics*, Humboldt / DESY Lattice Seminar, 23 November 2015*N=4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills on a space-time lattice*, Humboldt University QFT / String Seminar, 18 November 2015*Physics Out Of The Box: The impact of lattice gauge theory and advanced computing*, Stony Brook University Nuclear Theory Seminar, 13 November 2015*Physics Out Of The Box: The impact of lattice gauge theory and large-scale computing*, Michigan State University High Energy Physics Seminar, 3 November 2015*Lattice Gauge Theory for N=4 Super Yang--Mills*, Lattice Gauge Theory for the LHC and Beyond, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, 16 September 2015 [recording]*Lattice gauge theory for composite Higgs*, 23rd International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Lake Tahoe, CA, 28 August 2015*Lattice supersymmetry in a nutshell*, Understanding Strongly Coupled Systems in High Energy and Condensed Matter Physics, Aspen Center for Physics, 28 May 2015*Lattice for Supersymmetric Physics*, Lattice for Beyond the Standard Model Physics, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 25 April 2015*Strong Dynamics and Lattice Gauge Theory: Going Beyond QCD*, Purdue High Energy Theory Seminar, 7 April 2015*Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice*, Origin of Mass and Strong Coupling Gauge Theories, Kobayashi–Maskawa Institute, Nagoya University, 5 March 2015*N=4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills on a space-time lattice*, Yale Particle Theory Seminar, 10 February 2015*Status and prospects for supersymmetry on the lattice*, USQCD All Hands Meeting, Jefferson Lab, 19 April 2014*Fun with the S parameter on the lattice*, Origin of Mass 2013 Lattice BSM Workshop, CP^{3}-Origins, Odense, Denmark, 7 August 2013*Exploring a new lattice phase*, Lattice Gauge Theory in the LHC Era, Aspen Center for Physics, 31 May 2013*Going Beyond QCD on the Lattice*, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 23 April 2013*SU(3) gauge theories with many massless fermions: methods and mysteries*, Lattice Meets Experiment: Beyond the Standard Model, University of Colorado, 27 October 2012*The S Parameter on the Lattice*, Lattice Meets Experiment: Beyond the Standard Model, Fermilab, 15 October 2011*Lattice QCD — and Beyond*, Boston University Center for Computational Science Seminar, 29 April 2011*Electroweak Symmetry Breaking*, Amherst College Colloquium, 1 October 2009

**Contributed talks**

*Stealth dark matter and gravitational waves*, Lattice 2019, Wuhan, China, 19 June 2019*Lower-dimensional lattice supersymmetry*, University of Bern AEC Institute for Theoretical Physics lunch seminar, 22 March 2018*Phases of a strongly coupled four-fermion theory*, Lattice 2017, Granada, Spain, 22 June 2017*Light scalar from lattice strong dynamics*, 637th Wilhelm und Else Heraeus-Seminar "Understanding the LHC", Bad Honnef, Germany, 14 February 2017*Lattice N=4 SYM*, University of Bern AEC Institute for Theoretical Physics lunch seminar, 13 October 2016*Latest results from lattice N=4 super Yang–Mills*, Lattice 2016, Southampton, England, 26 July 2016*N=4 super Yang–Mills on a space-time lattice*, 23rd International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Lake Tahoe, CA, 25 August 2015*New results from lattice N=4 super Yang–Mills*, Lattice 2015, Kobe, Japan, 18 July 2015*Results from lattice studies of maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills*, Lattice 2014, Columbia University, 25 June 2014*Composite dark matter on the lattice: the effective Higgs interaction*, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 24 March 2014*From Lattice Strong Dynamics to Electroweak Phenomenology*, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 4 November 2013*Eight light flavors on large lattice volumes*, Lattice 2013, Mainz, Germany, 29 July 2013*Lattice calculation of composite dark matter form factors*, APS April Meeting, Denver, 13 April 2013*(g – 2)*, University of Colorado, 20 September 2012_{μ}FAQ*Bulk and finite-temperature transitions in SU(3) gauge theories with many light fermions*, Lattice 2012, Cairns, Australia, 25 June 2012*Lattice Strong Dynamics: Turning it up to ten*, University of Colorado, 19 April 2012*Novel phase in SU(3) lattice gauge theories with many light fermions*, APS April Meeting, Atlanta, 1 April 2012*Lattice Strong Dynamics for the LHC*, Conformality in Strong Coupling Gauge Theories at LHC and Lattice, Kobayashi–Maskawa Institute, Nagoya University, 20 March 2012*Lattice Strong Dynamics for the LHC: WW Scattering Parameters via Pseudoscalar Phase Shifts*, University of Colorado, 9 February 2012*S parameter and parity doubling below the conformal window*, Lattice 2011, Lake Tahoe, CA, 12 July 2011*Measuring the S Parameter on the Lattice*, Boston University, 12 May 2011*Monte Carlo Renormalization Group*, MIT Lattice Club, 30 March 2011*Exploring the Origin of Mass with High-Performance Computing*, Boston University, 10 December 2010*Lattice Strong Dynamics for Electroweak Symmetry Breaking*, MIT Lattice Club, 20 October 2010*Flavor dependence of the S parameter in SU(3) gauge theory*, Lattice 2010, Villasimius, Italy, 17 June 2010*Exploring Electroweak Symmetry Breaking on the Lattice*, Boston University, 13 October 2009*Technicolor at the LHC*, Boston University LHC Physics Symposium, 30 April 2009*Lattice Simulations of Nonperturbative Quantum Field Theories*, Amherst College, 2 May 2006*Life on the Lattice: Markov Chain Monte Carlo and all that*, Amherst College, 29 November 2005*Top Quark Physics at the Large Hadron Collider*, Five College Symposium, University of Massachusetts, 1 October 2005

**Public engagement**

*The Dark Side of the Universe*, Ignite Liverpool, 19 August 2019 [recording]

**Posters**

*New Frontiers of Lattice Field Theory*, UK Research and Innovation Future Leaders Cohort Event, London, 17 September 2019*Thermal phase structure of a supersymmetric matrix model*, Lattice 2019, Wuhan, China, 19 June 2019*Finite-temperature study of eight-flavor SU(3) gauge theory*, Origin of Mass and Strong Coupling Gauge Theories, Kobayashi–Maskawa Institute, Nagoya University, 3 March 2015*Extremely supersymmetric lattice gauge theory*, eXtreme QCD 2014, Stony Brook University, 20 June 2014*Numerical Simulations of N=4 Supersymmetric Yang–Mills*, Field Theoretic Computer Simulations for Particle Physics and Condensed Matter, Boston University, 8 May 2014*Exploring the Origin of Mass with High-Performance Computing*, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 19 August 2011*Lattice Strong Dynamics: Using high-performance computing to explore the mystery of mass*, National Science Foundation IGERT Project Meeting, Washington DC, 24 May 2010*Lattice Strong Dynamics: Using high-performance computing to explore electroweak symmetry breaking*, Boston University Science and Engineering Research Symposium, 30 March 2010*Interdisciplinary Cluster Computing at a Liberal Arts College*, AAPT Topical Conference on Computational Physics for Upper Level Courses, Davidson College, 27-28 July 2007.

Last modified 17 September 2019