## Presentations

*You may also be looking for my poster
presentations, which are elsewhere.*

Here are some links to slide decks from presentations that I have
given, in reverse chronological order. Note that **not every talk I have
given is available here**, so get in touch if you think something is
missing. Similarly, if you spot a mistake do let me know.

# 2019

**8.1.2019**Returning to the Department of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Stavanger, I gave a talk about cosmic necklaces.**16.1.2019**I also gave a version of my talk about cosmic necklaces at the 6th LISA Cosmology Working Group workshop.**18.3.2019**I gave a slightly updated version of the cosmic necklaces talk to the TPP group at Sussex.**20.3.2019**I gave a short single slide talk at the Ernest Rutherford Fellowships induction workshop.**25.4.2019**I gave a demonstration lecture about the precession of the perihelion of Mercury due to general relativity, as part of the recruitment process for a tenure-track position in gravitational wave cosmology at the University of Helsinki.**2.5.2019**I gave a 30 minute blackboard talk at UKCosmo. Please see here for more information.**5.6.2019**I attended the workshop on inflation and the dark sector at the University of Jyväskylä, and gave a talk. My slides are online.**7.6.2019**I visited Amsterdam and gave a talk at the Spring 2019 Theoretical Cosmology meeting. My slides are here.**13.6.2019**I was in Madrid for the first week of the IFT workshop*Opportunities at Future High Energy Colliders*and spoke about gravitational waves; my slides are here.**2.7.2019**At PASCOS 2019 I gave a short talk about simulating strongly first order phase transitions and the consequences for gravitational wave production - here are my slides.**10.7.2019**I made a brief visit to the TRIUMF theory group and gave a talk about vorticity from first-order phase transitions - slides here.**17.9.2019**at the NORDITA programme Gravitational Waves from the Early Universe I gave a talk titled*Simulating a strongly first-order thermal phase transition*, for which the slides are online.

# 2018

**17.2.2018**I performed at a ScienceSLAM in Helsinki. You can see my slides and watch a video!**19.2.2018**In the late winter/early spring I gave seminars in several places. I have my slides for the talk I gave at DESY available online.**2.5.2018**In order to be granted the title of Docent by the University of Helsinki, I had to give a demonstration lecture. I chose the topic, which was Maxwell’s equations. You can see my slides online.**29.5.2018**I spoke at PRACEdays18 about the results of our PRACE Tier-0 project ‘GWEUPT’. My slides are here.**13.6.2018**I gave a quick update on PTPlot during the 5th LISA Cosmology Working Group workshop, with a few slides.**12.7.2018**At the LISA Symposium in Chicago in July I gave a short talk summarising my work on gravitational waves from first-order phase transitions.**4.9.2018**In late summer 2018 I gave two talks at the Aspen Center for Physics. The first was a short talk introducing myself, while the second was a longer outdoor(!) blackboard talk, for which I have my notes [pdf].**28.9.2018**In autumn 2018 I spoke at CHARGED 2018, my slides are here.**4.10.2018**I also went to a workshop on composite dark matter at ECT* and gave a talk.**22.10.2018**A workshop was held at the Lorentz Center in Leiden on cosmic topological defects. I only made it for one day, but I still managed to give a talk.**23.11.2018**In early winter 2018 I spoke at Particle Physics day in Jyväskylä. My slides are online.

# 2017

**19.5.2017**In spring 2017 I gave a series of lectures on gravitational waves at the Spring School on Numerical Relativity and Gravitational Wave Physics.**4.7.2017**I gave a talk at a NORDITA workshop in July 2017, which is available to watch on YouTube. I also made the slides available.**12.8.2017**In summer 2017 I was invited to give a talk at Worldcon 75 in Helsinki. My slides are online.**16.11.2017**In autumn 2017 I visited Helsingin Suomalainen Yhteiskoulu and spoke to their IB Physics students about gravitational waves. My slides are here.

## Technical details

I typically use reveal.js for giving presentations, with MathJax for equations and some funny icons from Font Awesome. My personalised bare-bones presentation template can be found here.