“On the Many-Body Localization Transition,” One world IAMP mathematical physics seminar, online, December 2022. Video

“Many-Body Localization and its Discontents,” Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics Colloquium, Stanford, March 2022. Slides Video

“Many-body localization near the critical point,” Seminar for the Mathematical Picture Language Project, Harvard, February 2021. Slides Video

“Many-body localization, LIOMs, and rare-region effects,” workshop on “Quantum Transport and Universality”, Accademia Nazionale dei Leincei, Rome, September 2019. Slides

“Breakup of degeneracies in disordered quantum systems,” Plenary speaker at the conference QMath14: Mathematical Results in Quantum Theory, Aarhus, Denmark, August 2019. Slides

“Feshbach-Schur RG for the Anderson Model,” Workshop on “Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations,” Isaac Newton Institute, October 2018. Slides Video

“MBL, LIOMs, and rare region effects: an introduction,” Progress in quantum collective phenomena from MBL to black holes, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, November 2017. Slides Video

“A Rigorous Result on Many-Body Localization,” Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, March 2014. Video

“A Multi-Scale Jacobi Method for Anderson Localization,” Workshop on Disordered Quantum Many-Body Systems, Banff International Research Station, Banff, Canada, October 2013. Slides Video

“Newton’s Method and Localization,” Conference on Mathematics and physics of disordered systems. Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK, September 2012. Video

“Multiscale Procedure for Diagonalizing Hamiltonians,” Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Field Theory, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, January 2012. Video

“Self-Avoiding Walk and Branched Polymers,” Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, March, 2011. Video

“Forest-Root Formulas in Statistical Physics,” Combinatorial identities and their applications in statistical mechanics, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK, June 2008. Video

“What’s Happening with Dimensional Reduction?” Stochastic Geometry and Field Theory: From Growth Phenomena to Disordered Systems, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, UCSB, August 2006. Slides Video