Past Travel
In the past, I've attended a number of conferences and I've given a few seminars. While not a complete list of conferences I've attended, a list of talks I've given follows.
Invited and Seminar Talks:
 Threeisogeny descent for quadratic twists of abelian varieties, MaineQuebec Number Theory Conference. (October 2017)
 Prime numbers, randomness, and the gambler's fallacy, University of Vermont mathematics colloquium. (September 2017)
 Selmer groups and ranks of elliptic curves, Brigham Young University number theory seminar. (September 2017)
 Selmer groups and TateShafarevich groups of elliptic curves, University of Bristol Heilbronn number theory seminar. (June 2017)
 Selmer groups and TateShafarevich groups of elliptic curves, University of Illinois graduate student number theory seminar. (April 2017)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, University of Illinois number theory seminar. (April 2017)
 Prime numbers, randomness, and the gambler's fallacy, University of Connecticut mathematics colloquium. (April 2017)
 Selmer groups and ranks of elliptic curves, Five Colleges Number Theory Seminar, Amherst, MA. (April 2017)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, Boston College number theory seminar. (March 2017)
 Prime numbers, randomness, and the gambler's fallacy, Bryn Mawr/Haverford Bicollege mathematics colloquium. (February 2017)
 Quadratic twists of elliptic curves with 3torsion, MSRI. Video. (February 2017)
 The distribution of consecutive primes biases, MSRI. Video. (February 2017)
 What to expect when you're unexpecting: The distribution of consecutive prime biases, Emory University number theory seminar. (January 2017)
 Prime numbers, randomness, and the gambler's fallacy, Tufts University colloquium. (November 2016)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, Boston University number theory seminar. (November 2016)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, Oberwolfach, Germany. (November 2016)
 The distribution of consecutive primes, University of CaliforniaSan Diego number theory seminar. (May 2016)
 The distribution of consecutive primes, University of CaliforniaIrvine number theory seminar. (May 2016)
 The distribution of consecutive primes, University of CaliforniaSanta Cruz number theory seminar. (April 2016)
 The distribution of consecutive primes, University of Oregon number theory seminar. (April 2016)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, Krishna Alladi 60, University of Florida. (With K. Soundararajan) (March 2016)
 Unexpected biases in the distribution of consecutive primes, Automorphic Forms Workshop, Wake Forest University. (March 2016)
 Consecutive primes modulo q, Stanford University Number Theory Seminar. (February 2016)
 Analytic questions about the SatoTate conjecture, Elementary, Analytic, and Algorithmic Number Theory, University of Georgia. (June 2016)
 Singular behavior in the distribution of elliptic curves, Tufts University Colloquium. (January 2015)
 pSelmer groups of elliptic curves with pisogenies, Joint Mathematics Meetings AMS Special Session on Selmer Groups. (January 2015)
 Arithmetic consequences of ErdosKac type theorems, Centre de Recherches Mathématiques Analytic Number Theory Seminar. (October 2014)
 2Selmer ranks of elliptic curves with twotorsion, University of Wisconsin Number Theory Seminar. (August 2014)
 2Selmer ranks of elliptic curves with twotorsion, Universität zu Köln Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. (July 2014)
 Conspiracies and collusion among the primes, Portland State University Discrete Mathematics Seminar. (June 2014)
 The distribution of 2Selmer ranks and additive functions, QuébecVermont Number Theory Seminar. (April 2014)
 The distribution of 2Selmer ranks and additive functions, Emory University, Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. (November 2013)
 The distribution of 2Selmer ranks and additive functions, UCBerkeley, Number Theory Seminar. (November 2013)
 The distribution of 2Selmer ranks and additive functions, Stanford University, Number Theory Seminar. (October 2013)
 Multiplicative functions dictated by Artin symbols, University of South Carolina, Number Theory Seminar. (April 2013)
 Multiplicative functions dictated by Artin symbols, AMS Special Session, University of Mississippi. (March 2013)
 The pretentious view of analytic number theory, Dartmouth College Colloquium. (February 2013)
 Multiplicative functions with small sums, University of WisconsinMadison, Number Theory Seminar. (November 2012)
 Multiplicative functions dictated by Artin symbols, Ramanujan 125, University of Florida. (November 2012)
 New results in the pretentious analytic number theory of Granville and Soundararajan, AMS Special Session, University of Arizona. (October 2012)
 New results in the pretentious analytic number theory of Granville and Soundararajan, Dartmouth College, Number Theory Seminar. (May 2012)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, University of Florida, Number Theory Seminar. (April 2012)
 New results in the pretentious analytic number theory of Granville and Soundararajan, Texas A&M, Number Theory Seminar. (March 2012)
 New results in the pretentious analytic number theory of Granville and Soundararajan, Hawaii Conference in Algebraic Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry, and Modular Forms. (March 2012)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Hawaii. (March 2012)
 Pretentiously detecting power cancellation, Georgia Tech, Algebra Seminar. (November 2011)
 Pretentiously detecting power cancellation, University of South Carolina, Number Theory Seminar. (October 2011)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, qSeries 2011, Georgia Southern University. (March 2011)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, Emory University Conference on qSeries, Partitions, and Maass Forms. (January 2011)
 Almostprimes represented by irreducible polynomials, Penn State University, Algebra and Number Theory Seminar. (November 2010)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, Penn State University, qSeries Seminar. (November 2010)
Contributed Talks:
 Elliptic curves and the ErdosKac theorem, ENFANT, Bonn, Germany. (July 2014)
 The distribution of the Tamagawa ratio in the family of elliptic curves with a twotorsion point, Automorphic Forms Workshop XXVIII, Moab, Utah. (May 2014)
 Representations by ternary quadratic forms, PANTS XIX, University of South Carolina. (December 2012)
 Multiplicative functions dictated by Artin symbols, PANTS XVIII, Wake Forest University. (September 2012)
 New results in the pretentious analytic number theory of Granville and Soundararajan, SERMON 2012, Western Carolina University. (April 2012)
 Pretentiously detecting power cancellation, Integers 2011, University of West Georgia. (October 2011)
 Pretentiously detecting power cancellation, Palmetto Number Theory Series XVI, Emory University. (September 2011)
 Etaquotients and theta functions, Palmetto Number Theory Series XIV, University of South Carolina. (December 2010)
 Almostprimes represented by irreducible polynomials, Palmetto Number Theory Series XIII, University of North CarolinaGreensboro. (September 2010)
 Almostprimes represented by irreducible polynomials, Canadian Number Theory Association XI, Acadia University, Wolfville, Canada. (July 2010)
 The distribution of primes: An introduction to analytic number theory, REU at RoseHulman Institute of Tehcnology. (June 2010)
 Almost primes represented by irreducible polynomials, Illinois Number Theory Conference. (May 2010)
 Almost primes represented by irreducible polynomials, UWMadison number theory seminar. (April 2010)
 Proof of Alder's Conjecture, UWMadison student number theory seminar. (September 2009)
 Proof of Alder's Conjecture, Conference on Number Theory, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. (June 2009)
 Partitions in number theory, REU at RoseHulman Institute of Technology. (June 2009)
 The congruent number problem, UWMadison student number theory seminar. (December 2008)
 Generalized Niven numbers, Illiana Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference, Wabash College. (November 2007)
 Mathematics colloquium, RoseHulman Institute of Technology. (Multiple occasions)
