Selected talks and lectures

  •  The Flexibility of Gauge, Lakatos Award Workshop, October 2014

  • Theoretical Equivalence and Duality, Workshop on Dualities, University of Florence, September 2014 

  • Philosophical Perspectives on Holography, seminar on the Philosophical Foundations of Quantum Gravity at UIC, 28 September 2013

  • The Physical Significance of Gauge Symmetry, HPS Dept, University of Cambridge, June 2013

  • Quantum Mechanics and Kahler Geometry, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, June 2013

  • Two Forms of Physical Generalization, Philosophy of Science Lecture, University of Chicago, March 2013. 

  • Narrative in Mathematics: some preliminary problems and distinctions, CRA Symposium, Jesus College, March 2013

  • Generating Particles: The World according to QFT, outreach talk at the Whipple History of Science Museum, Cambridge, March 2013

  • Topological Non-locality and Quantum Physics, Quantum Nanoscience Meeting, Oxford University, September 2012

  • On Topological Objects in Field Theory, Philosophy of Science Lecture, UC Irvine, February 2012

  • On Topological Objects in Field Theory, Quantum Foundations Seminar, Dept of Computer Science, Oxford, Feb 2012

  • Classical Categories, Part III guest lecture, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, October 2011

  • Supersymmetry and Quantum Information, Quantum Lunch Seminar, Oxford, September 2011

  • Holography and Emergence, lecture at the Institute of Philosophy, London, July 2011

  •  The Metaphysics of Monopoles, British Society for the Philosophy of Science Conference, July 2011

  • What can philosophers of science learn from Aquinas' Commentary on the Physics?, Cambridge Medieval Philosophy Workshop, June 2011

  • Monopoles and S-Duality, Conference on Symmetry, Trinity College, Cambridge, March 2011

  • Classical No-Cloning, Quantum Foundations Seminar, Dept of Computer Science, Oxford, December 2010

  • Incongruent Counterparts and Relationism, Trinity College Fellows & Students' Lunch, Spring 2010

  • Adam Smith and McDowell on Moral Objectivity (with Pat Fernandez), The Philosophy of Adam Smith Conference, Balliol College, Oxford, January 2009

  • J.H. Newman and Bernard Williams on Doxastic Deliberation, invited graduate seminar lecture, CUA, December 2007

  • Asymmetries between first/third-personal mental states: a commentary on Doestoevsky's "White Nights", lecture at Russian literature seminar, University of Pittsburgh, 2006