This page contains a list of the talks that I have given, together with, if relevant, the slides, the slides in a printable form, and/or my notes.

## 2020

- 5 June: What the hell Galois was doing, and why it isn’t Group Theory, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge. [via Zoom]

- 27 May: Riemann and his geometries, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge. [via Zoom]

## 2019

- 17 May: We are all Riemannians now: how Riemann changed mathematics forever, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge.

- 10 May: The roots of group theory: solving equations using permutations, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge.

- 23 February: G.H. Hardy: the leading mathematician in England, Centenary Symposium, Trinity Mathematical Society, Trinity College, Cambridge. [Notes]

## 2018

- May: Everything you should know about Riemann in an hour (\({}+\varepsilon\)), History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge.

## 2016

- November: Symmetric Potentials Beget Symmetric Ground States, London Mathematical Society Graduate Student Meeting. [Printable slides, handout]
- May: So What Did Riemann Actually Do?, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge. (Two-lecture series)

## 2015

- May: You Know Nowt about Bernhard Riemann: His Life, and the Work He Actually Did, History of Mathematics Easter Talks, University of Cambridge. (Two-lecture series)

## 2014

- May: Existence of Solutions to the Maxwell–Schrödinger Equations with a Background Electric Charge, DAMTP, University of Cambridge. (Second Year Talk) [Slides, printable version, notes]