Below is a list of my past, present and future presentations arranged by year.
2018
88.  To be announced..., Workshop on Words and Complexity, University of Lyon (Lyon, France), 1923/2/2018. (Invited Talk) 
2017
87.  Binary substitutions of constant length and Mahler measures of Borwein polynomials, Jonathan M.~Borwein Commemorative Conference (Newcastle, NSW), 27/9/2017. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
86.  A problematic excursion at the interface of number theory and analysis, Diophantine Approximation and Algebraic Curves at BIRS (Banff, AB), 3/7/2017. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) Video courtesy of the Banff International Research Station 
85.  Variations on a theme of Mahler, University of Leiden Algebra and Number Theory Seminar (Leiden, Netherlands), 13/2/2017. (Invited Seminar, 60 min.) 
2016
84.  An analytic view of transcendence, University of New South Wales Number Theory Seminar (Sydney, NSW), 5/10/2016. (Invited Seminar, 60 min.) 
83.  The Erdős discrepancy problem, Discrete Mathematics Seminar, University of Newcastle (Callaghan, NSW), 30/3/2016. (Seminar Talk, 50 min.) 
82.  Minimal growth of some structured \(\pm\)1sequences, Discrete Mathematics Seminar, University of Newcastle (Callaghan, NSW), 16/3/2016. (Seminar Talk, 50 min.) 
2015
81.  The benefits of a regular outlook, CARMA Number Theory Seminar (Callaghan, NSW), 20/10/2015. (Home Seminar Talk, 50 min.) 
80.  Asypmtotics of Mahler functions, The Geometry, Algebra and Analysis of Algebraic Numbers at BIRS (Banff, AB), 4/10/2015. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
79.  Radial asypmtotics and algebraic independence in Mahler's method, Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science Conference AMMCSCAIMS 2015 (Waterloo, ON), 12/6/2015. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 20 min.) 
78.  Algebraic independence results related to an automatic sequence, CMS Summer Meeting (Charlottetown, PEI), 8/6/2015. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
77.  Hypertranscendence of Stern's function, Dalhousie Univresity Number Theory Seminar (Halifax, NS), 1/6/2015. (Invited Seminar, 50 min.) 
76.  Algebraic independence results related to an automatic sequence, Workshop on Automatic Sequences, Université de Liège (Liège, Belguim), 26/5/2015. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
75.  Randomness in digital expansions of real numbers, or not, MSI Number Theory Seminar, ANU (Canberra, ACT), 12/5/2015. (Invited Seminar, 50 min.) 
74.  Variations on a theme of Mahler, Maths Colloquium, University of Wollongong (Wollongong, NSW), 8/5/2015. (Colloquium, 60 min.) 
73.  Variations on a theme of Mahler, MSI Colloquium, ANU (Canberra, ACT), 7/5/2015. (Colloquium, 60 min.) 
72.  A function related to Mahler's method, Algebraic, Number Theoretic and Graph Theoretic Aspects of Dynamical Systems, UNSW (Sydney, NSW), 3/2/2015. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
2014
71.  Growth degree classification for regular sequences, Number Theory Down Under II (Newcastle, NSW), 25/10/2014. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
70.  From rational to regular, Victorian Algebra Conference, Monash University (Melbourne, VIC), 3/10/2014. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
69.  Variations on a theme of Mahler, CARMA Colloquium (Newcastle, NSW), 25/9/2014. (Home Colloquium, 60 min.) 
68.  Variations on a theme of Mahler, University of New South Wales Number Theory Seminar (Sydney, NSW), 10/9/2014. (Invited Seminar, 60 min.) 
67.  Research at CARMA, CARMA Retreat 2014 (Newcastle, NSW), 30/8/2014. (Invited Talk, 60 min.) 
66.  My life in $mathmode$, Australian Mathematical Sciences Student Conference (Newcastle, NSW), 2/7/2014. (Invited Talk, 50 min.) 
65.  Growth and gaps in regular sequences, Canadian Number Theory Association XIII Meeting (Ottawa, ON), 17/6/2014. (Contributed Talk, 15 min.) 
64.  Growth and gaps in regular sequences, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 11/6/2014. (Invited Talk, 50 min.) 
63.  Transcendence and algebraic independence of regular functions, Number Theory Nosh, University of Calgary (Calgary, AB), 3/6/2014. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
62.  Diophantine approximation: automatic numbers and their generalisations, University of Montana Colloquium (Missoula, MT), 21/5/2014. (Colloquium, 60 min.) 
61.  Growth and gaps in regular sequences, Pacific Northwest Number Theory Conference (Burnaby, BC), 17/5/2014. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
2013
60.  Mind the gap, Victorian Algebra Conference, University of Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC), 29/11/2013. (Specialised Conference Talk, 25 min.) 
59.  Mahler and me, a onesided love story, Australian Mathematical Society Early Career Workshop (Blue Mountain, NSW), 29/9/2013. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
58.  Mahler's Method, digital expansions, and algebraic numbers (or not), Joint UBCSFU Number Theory Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 26/9/2013. (Invited Talk, 50 min.) 
57.  Un pas de Mahler (pas de malheur, hein?), CARMA Retreat 2013 (Newcastle, NSW), 17/8/2013. (Invited Talk, 15 min.) 
56.  Automatic for the people! (if you're a number theorist), University of Newcastle Mathematics Taster Talks (Callaghan, NSW), 8/8/2013. (Talk, 15 min.) 
55.  Mahler's method: an introspective retrospective, University of Queensland Colloquium (Brisbane, QLD), 27/5/2013. (Invited Colloquium, 45 min.) 
54.  Arithmetic and Diophantine properties of lowcomplexity numbers, University of Melbourne Number Theory and Algebra Seminar (Melbourne, VIC), 22/3/2013. (Invited Talk, 60 min.) 
53.  An arithmetic excursion via Stoneham numbers, Monash University Colloquium (Melbourne, VIC), 21/3/2013. (Invited Colloquium, 60 min.) 
2012
52.  The rationaltranscendental dichotomy of Mahler functions, Optimisation, Analysis and Number Theory Seminar, CARMA (Callaghan, NSW), 15/10/2012. (Talk, 50 min.) 
51.  A hierarchy of complexity in the context of Mahler's method, CARMA Retreat 2012 (Newcastle East, NSW), 18/8/2012. (Invited Talk, 15 min.) 
50.  A functional introduction to Mahler's method, CARMA Colloquium (Callaghan, NSW), 9/8/2012. (Invited Talk, 50 min.) 
49.  A hierarchy of complexity in the context of Mahler's method, Canadian Number Theory Association XII Meeting (Lethbridge, AB), 17/6/2012. (Contributed Talk, 15 min.) 
48.  On a theorem of Randé, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 13/6/2012. (Talk, 50 min.) 
47.  The rationaltranscendental dichotomy of Mahler functions, CMS Summer Meeting (Regina, SK), 3/6/2012. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
46.  Rational approximation of Mahler numbers, University of Newcastle Colloquium (Newcastle, NSW), 23/4/2012. (Invited talk, 50 min.) 
45.  Diophantine approximation of Mahler numbers, University of Lethbridge Colloquium (Lethbridge, AB), 10/4/2012. (Invited Special Colloquium, 50 min.) 
44.  Rational approximations of regular numbers, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 4/4/2012. (Talk, 50 min.) 
43.  Diophantine approximation: automatic numbers and their generalizations, Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria Colloquium (Klosterneuburg, Austria), 23/2/2012. (Invited Colloquium, 45 min.) 
42.  Diophantine approximation: automatic numbers and their generalizations, State University of New York Colloquium (New Paltz), 14/2/2012. (Invited Colloquium, 50 min.) 
41.  Diophantine approximation: automatic numbers and their generalizations, University of Waterloo Number Theory Seminar (Waterloo, ON), 2/2/2012. (Talk, 60 min.) 
40.  Some problems and results concerning Stern's diatomic sequence, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 18/1/2012. (Talk, 50 min.) 
39.  An irrationality measure for Mahler numbers, AMSMAA Joint Mathematical Meetings (Boston, MA), 6/1/2012. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 30 min.) 
2011
38.  An irrationality measure for Mahler numbers, CMS Winter Meeting (Toronto, ON), 11/12/2011. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 30 min.) 
37.  New proof of a theorem of Nishioka, University of Toronto Number Theory Seminar (Toronto, ON), 9/11/2011. (Talk, 50 min.) 
36.  New proof of a theorem of Nishioka, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 7/11/2011. (Talk, 50 min.) 
35.  Some problems and results concerning Stern's diatomic sequence, Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science Conference AMMCS2011 (Waterloo, ON), 27/7/2011. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 30 min.) 
34.  Rational approximation of automatic and regular numbers II, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 20/6/2011. (Talk, 50 min.) 
33.  An irrationality exponent related to Fermat numbers, CMS Summer Meeting (Edmonton, AB), 5/6/2011. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 30 min.) 
32.  Traversing transcendence: irrationality measures for the rationally minded, University of Lethbridge Colloquium (Lethbridge, AB), 21/4/2011. (Invited Colloquium, 50 min.) 
31.  On the rational approximation of ruler numbers, University of Waterloo Number Theory Seminar (Waterloo, ON), 24/3/2011. (Talk, 60 min.) 
30.  Rational approximation of automatic and regular numbers I, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 4/3/2011. (Talk, 50 min.) 
2010
29.  On the distribution of \(\Omega(n)\) modulo \(m\), Seventh Midwest Number Theory Conference for Graduate Students and Recent PhDs (Ann Arbor, MI), 13/11/2010. (Talk, 20 min.) 
28.  The automatic muliplicative Erdős discrepancy problem, University of Waterloo (Computer Science) Formal languages and automata seminar (Waterloo, ON), 5/11/2010. (Talk, 50 min.) 
27.  Multiplicative functions and the rationaltranscendental dichotomy, University of Waterloo Colloquium (Waterloo, ON), 25/10/2010. (Colloquium, 50 min.) 
26.  Multiplicative functions, transcendence, and automaticity, University of Lethbridge Number Theory and Combinatorics Seminar (Lethbridge, AB), 22/7/2010. (Invited Talk, 50 min.) 
25.  Multiplicative functions and automaticity, Canadian Number Theory Association XI Meeting (Wolfville, NS), 13/7/2010. (Contributed Talk, 15 min.) 
24.  The Erdős discrepancy problem, Pacific Northwest Number Theory Conference (Burnaby, BC), 9/5/2010. (Talk, 30 min.) 
2009
23.  The residue class distribution of \(\Omega(n)\), CMS Winter Meeting (Windsor, ON), 7/12/2009. (Invited Talk in Special Session, 30 min.) 
22.  Some problems and results concerning multiplicative functions, University of Waterloo Number Theory Seminar (Waterloo, ON), 19/11/2009. (Talk, 60 min.) 
21.  (Non)automaticity of numbertheoretic functions, McMaster University Number Theory Seminar (Hamilton, ON), 12/11/2009. (Invited Talk, 60 min.) 
20.  The Riemann hypothesis: celebrating 150\(\varepsilon\) years, Fields Institute Postdoctoral Seminar Series (Toronto, ON), 9/11/2009 the 150th anniversary of Riemann's memoir. (Talk, 60 min.) 
19.  Multiplicative functions and transcendence, AMS Eastern Sectional Meeting at Penn State (State College, PA), 24/10/2009. (Special Session Talk, 30 min.) 
18.  Parity, primes, and zetafunctions, SFU Mathematics Graduate Research Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 10/2/2009. (Talk, 30 min.) 
17.  Transcendence and functional equations, Joint UBCSFU Number Theory Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 15/1/2009. (Talk, 60 min.) 
2008
16.  (Non)automaticity of numbertheoretic functions, Joint UBCSFU Number Theory Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 9/10/2008. (Talk, 60 min.) 
15.  Transcendence of various numbers and series, Canadian Number Theory Association X Meeting (Waterloo, ON), 17/7/2008. (Contributed Talk, 15 min.) 
14.  Some Properties of Completely Multiplicative Signatures, Second CanadaFrance Congress (Montréal, QC), 4/6/2008. (Special Session Talk, 30 min.) 
13.  Sums of completely multiplicative signature functions, The Mathematical Interests of Peter Borwein Conference (Burnaby, BC), 15/5/2008. (Invited Talk, 30 min.) 
2007
12.  A densityresidue theorem, Pure Math Graduate Student Conference (Burnaby, BC), 12/10/2007. (Talk, 25 min.) 
11.  A General Result on Conditionally Convergent Series, SFU Mathematics Graduate Research Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 9/10/2007. (Talk, 30 min.) 
10.  On the density of integers birepresentable as the sum of two cubes, CECM Summer Meeting (Burnaby, BC), 8/8/2007. (Poster, Second Prize in Poster Competition) 
9.  The Wonderful World of Primes, CMSPIMS Summer Math Camp (Burnaby, BC), 5/7/2007. (Invited Talk, 90 min.) 
8.  On the density of integers birepresentable as the sum of two cubes, CMSMITACS Joint Conference (Winnipeg, MB), 31/5/2007. (Poster) 
7.  A "Cubic" Excursion in Additive Number Theory, Western Canadian Conference for Young Researchers in Mathematics (Calgary, AB), 5/5/2007. (Talk, 30 min.) 
6.  Sequences and Divergent Series, SFU Mathematics Graduate Research Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 8/2/2007. (Talk, 30 min.) 
2006
5.  General Moment Theorems for NonDistinct Unrestricted Partitions, Joint UBCSFU Number Theory Seminar (Burnaby, BC), 19/10/2006. (Talk, 60 min.) 
4.  The Emergence of Modern Number Theory in Hungary, Hungarian Fulbright Student Conference (Budapest, Hungary), 21/4/2006. (Talk, 30 min.) 
2005
3.  On the Number of Partitions of an Integer as a Sum of Summands of a General Spectrum, MAA Texas Section (Arlington, TX), 15/4/2005. (Talk, 15 min.) 
2003
2.  Mathematics of the Heart: Producing LeftVentricular PressureVolume Loops using Cubic Spline Functions, Montana Academy of Sciences (Missoula, MT), 26/5/2003. (Talk, 20 min.) 
1.  Cordae Tendinae and Contractility in Sheep, University of Montana Conference for Undergraduate Research (Missoula, MT), 5/5/2003. (Poster) 
