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Invited talks

  1. Lattice gauge theory beyond the standard model, 20th International Conference From the Planck Scale to the Electroweak Scale, Warsaw, 22 May 2017

  2. Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice, University of Edinburgh Higgs Centre Particle Physics Theory Seminar, 23 November 2016

  3. Physics Out Of The Box: The impact of lattice gauge theory, University of Glasgow, 18 April 2016

  4. Composite dark matter and the role of lattice field theory, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Colloquium, 17 February 2016

  5. Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice, Friedrich Schiller University Jena Quantum Theory Seminar, 17 December 2015

  6. Electroweak Phenomenology and Lattice Strong Dynamics, Humboldt / DESY Lattice Seminar, 23 November 2015

  7. N=4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills on a space-time lattice, Humboldt University QFT / String Seminar, 18 November 2015

  8. Physics Out Of The Box: The impact of lattice gauge theory and advanced computing, Stony Brook University Nuclear Theory Seminar, 13 November 2015

  9. 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

  10. 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]

  11. Lattice gauge theory for composite Higgs, 23rd International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Lake Tahoe, CA, 28 August 2015

  12. Lattice supersymmetry in a nutshell, Understanding Strongly Coupled Systems in High Energy and Condensed Matter Physics, Aspen Center for Physics, 28 May 2015

  13. Lattice for Supersymmetric Physics, Lattice for Beyond the Standard Model Physics, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 25 April 2015

  14. Strong Dynamics and Lattice Gauge Theory: Going Beyond QCD, Purdue High Energy Theory Seminar, 7 April 2015

  15. Maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills on the lattice, Origin of Mass and Strong Coupling Gauge Theories, Kobayashi–Maskawa Institute, Nagoya University, 5 March 2015

  16. N=4 supersymmetric Yang–Mills on a space-time lattice, Yale Particle Theory Seminar, 10 February 2015

  17. Status and prospects for supersymmetry on the lattice, USQCD All Hands Meeting, Jefferson Lab, 19 April 2014

  18. Fun with the S parameter on the lattice, Origin of Mass 2013 Lattice BSM Workshop, CP3-Origins, Odense, Denmark, 7 August 2013

  19. Exploring a new lattice phase, Lattice Gauge Theory in the LHC Era, Aspen Center for Physics, 31 May 2013

  20. Going Beyond QCD on the Lattice, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 23 April 2013

  21. SU(3) gauge theories with many massless fermions: methods and mysteries, Lattice Meets Experiment: Beyond the Standard Model, University of Colorado, 27 October 2012

  22. The S Parameter on the Lattice, Lattice Meets Experiment: Beyond the Standard Model, Fermilab, 15 October 2011

  23. Lattice QCD — and Beyond, Boston University Center for Computational Science Seminar, 29 April 2011

  24. Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, Amherst College Colloquium, 1 October 2009

Contributed talks

  1. Light scalar from lattice strong dynamics, 637th Wilhelm und Else Heraeus-Seminar "Understanding the LHC", Bad Honnef, Germany, 14 February 2017

  2. Lattice N=4 SYM, University of Bern Institute for Theoretical Physics lunch seminar, 13 October 2016

  3. Latest results from lattice N=4 super Yang–Mills, Lattice 2016, Southampton, England, 26 July 2016

  4. 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

  5. New results from lattice N=4 super Yang–Mills, Lattice 2015, Kobe, Japan, 18 July 2015

  6. Results from lattice studies of maximally supersymmetric Yang–Mills, Lattice 2014, Columbia University, 25 June 2014

  7. Composite dark matter on the lattice: the effective Higgs interaction, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 24 March 2014

  8. From Lattice Strong Dynamics to Electroweak Phenomenology, Syracuse University High Energy Theory Seminar, 4 November 2013

  9. Eight light flavors on large lattice volumes, Lattice 2013, Mainz, Germany, 29 July 2013

  10. Lattice calculation of composite dark matter form factors, APS April Meeting, Denver, 13 April 2013

  11. (g – 2)μ FAQ, University of Colorado, 20 September 2012

  12. Bulk and finite-temperature transitions in SU(3) gauge theories with many light fermions, Lattice 2012, Cairns, Australia, 25 June 2012

  13. Lattice Strong Dynamics: Turning it up to ten, University of Colorado, 19 April 2012

  14. Novel phase in SU(3) lattice gauge theories with many light fermions, APS April Meeting, Atlanta, 1 April 2012

  15. Lattice Strong Dynamics for the LHC, Conformality in Strong Coupling Gauge Theories at LHC and Lattice, Kobayashi–Maskawa Institute, Nagoya University, 20 March 2012

  16. Lattice Strong Dynamics for the LHC: WW Scattering Parameters via Pseudoscalar Phase Shifts, University of Colorado, 9 February 2012

  17. S parameter and parity doubling below the conformal window, Lattice 2011, Lake Tahoe, CA, 12 July 2011

  18. Measuring the S Parameter on the Lattice, Boston University, 12 May 2011

  19. Monte Carlo Renormalization Group, MIT Lattice Club, 30 March 2011

  20. Exploring the Origin of Mass with High-Performance Computing, Boston University, 10 December 2010

  21. Lattice Strong Dynamics for Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, MIT Lattice Club, 20 October 2010

  22. Flavor dependence of the S parameter in SU(3) gauge theory, Lattice 2010, Villasimius, Italy, 17 June 2010

  23. Exploring Electroweak Symmetry Breaking on the Lattice, Boston University, 13 October 2009

  24. Technicolor at the LHC, Boston University LHC Physics Symposium, 30 April 2009

  25. Lattice Simulations of Nonperturbative Quantum Field Theories, Amherst College, 2 May 2006

  26. Life on the Lattice: Markov Chain Monte Carlo and all that, Amherst College, 29 November 2005

  27. Top Quark Physics at the Large Hadron Collider, Five College Symposium, University of Massachusetts, 1 October 2005

Posters

  1. 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

  2. Extremely supersymmetric lattice gauge theory, eXtreme QCD 2014, Stony Brook University, 20 June 2014

  3. Numerical Simulations of N=4 Supersymmetric Yang–Mills, Field Theoretic Computer Simulations for Particle Physics and Condensed Matter, Boston University, 8 May 2014

  4. Exploring the Origin of Mass with High-Performance Computing, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 19 August 2011

  5. Lattice Strong Dynamics: Using high-performance computing to explore the mystery of mass, National Science Foundation IGERT Project Meeting, Washington DC, 24 May 2010

  6. Lattice Strong Dynamics: Using high-performance computing to explore electroweak symmetry breaking, Boston University Science and Engineering Research Symposium, 30 March 2010

  7. Interdisciplinary Cluster Computing at a Liberal Arts College, AAPT Topical Conference on Computational Physics for Upper Level Courses, Davidson College, 27-28 July 2007.



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