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.



  • 12.11.2021 I gave a talk titled First order phase transitions and gravitational wave signatures at the online conference Anomalies 2021 [slides].
  • 1.11.2021 I spoke again to the first-year Finnish-language bachelor students about what it's like to be a scientist and highlighting the importance of teamwork and diversity in our profession [slides].
  • 6.9.2021 I gave a remote, online seminar to the group in Tallinn titled Microphysics and metric perturbations [slides].
  • 13.7.2021 With a presentation titled From dimensional reduction to droplets, I spoke about understanding strong phase transitions at the workshop Gravitational Wave Probes of Physics Beyond the Standard Model [slides].
  • 27.5.2021 I spoke at the Tiedekulma event Materials matter: from the big bang to drug delivery to promote the Matter and Materials research area. I talked about Listening for the origins of the Universe with cosmological gravitational waves [slides].


  • 12.10.2020 Similar to the talk last week, but a bit longer, I gave a talk to the Finnish physical sciences students [slides].
  • 6.10.2020 I gave an introductory presentation to the BSc Science students in Helsinki [slides]. There were some technical gremlins, so I recorded a video too.
  • 9.7.2020 I gave an online-Teilchentee to the group in Heidelberg [slides].
  • 6.4.2020 My first online talk! I gave the first CP3-online lecture [slides].

(note that most presentations prior to this date were developed against an older version of the reveal.js library, and may have minor formatting issues)


  • 4.12.2019 and 11.12.2019 I gave two seminars in the UK at the start of December, one at King's College London [slides] and the other at Liverpool [slides].
  • 28.11.2019 I am part of the Matter and Materials profiling action and gave a short talk about my work as part of a seminar introducing the research profiles of those supported by the scheme [slides].
  • 11.10.2019 I was invited to the Brda 2019 workshop Selected topics in high energy physics, astrophysics, and cosmology to give a talk about gravitational waves from first-order phase transitions [slides].
  • 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 [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].
  • 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 [slides].
  • 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 [slides].
  • 7.6.2019 I visited Amsterdam and gave a talk at the Spring 2019 Theoretical Cosmology meeting [slides].
  • 5.6.2019 I attended the workshop on inflation and the dark sector at the University of Jyväskylä, and gave a talk [slides].
  • 2.5.2019 I gave a 30 minute blackboard talk at UKCosmo. Please see here for more information.
  • 25.4.2019 I gave a demonstration lecture [slides] 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.
  • 20.3.2019 I gave a short single slide talk at the Ernest Rutherford Fellowships induction workshop.
  • 18.3.2019 I gave a slightly updated version of my cosmic necklaces talk to the TPP group at Sussex [slides].
  • 16.1.2019 I also gave a version of my talk about cosmic necklaces at the 6th LISA Cosmology Working Group workshop [slides].
  • 8.1.2019 Returning to the Department of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Stavanger, I gave a talk about cosmic necklaces [slides].



[I started using reveal.js to give talks in 2017, which is why this list starts 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.