Conference talks

(January 2024) "Quantum toroidal algebras" - LMS Regional Meeting - South West and South Wales at the University of Bath

(November 2023) "Quantum toroidal algebras: braid group actions and automorphisms" - Algebraic and Combinatorial Methods in Representation Theory ICTS program at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Bengaluru, India

(July 2023) "Quantum toroidal algebras: braid group actions, automorphisms, and representations" - Workshop in Noncommutative Algebra and Representation Theory at the University of Kent, invited by Prof. StĂ©phane Launois

(April 2023) "Automorphisms of quantum toroidal algebras from an action of the extended double affine braid group" - RepNet Spring School in Representation Theory at the University of Kent

Seminar talks

(May 2023) "Young wall realizations for representations of (affine) quantum groups" - Junior Algebra and Representation Theory Seminar, University of Oxford

(April 2024) "Young wall realizations for representations of (affine) quantum groups" - Hodge Club at the University of Edinburgh

(December 2023) "Quantum toroidal algebras and their representation theory" - Algebra & Combinatorics Seminar, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, invited by Prof. Vyjayanthi Chari

(October 2023) "Quantum toroidal algebras: braid group actions, automorphisms, and representation theory" - Paris Algebra Seminar, invited by Prof. David Hernandez

(March 2023) "Quantum toroidal algebras and extended double affine braid groups" - Junior Algebra and Representation Theory Seminar, University of Oxford

(November 2021) "An introduction to quivers, quiver representations and quiver varieties" - Junior Algebra and Representation Theory Seminar, University of Oxford

(June 2021) "Representations and characters of general linear groups over finite fields" - Junior Algebra and Representation Theory Seminar, University of Oxford

Reading group talks

(June 2023) "Borel and parabolic subgroups" - Linear Algebraic Groups reading group

(February 2022) "Descent theory, torsors and principal bundles" - Stacks reading group