Here are the slides for some of the seminars and conference talks I have given recently. Some older talks are on my old ROE-hosted site here.
2022: Coronal Reverberation
Talk at the Torus2022: Smoke and Mirrors conference, Leiden, Dec 2022
2022: Introduction to megaconstellations
Talk at FAS webinar on “The Challenge of Megaconstellations”, online.
2022: The Case for Space Environmentalism
Talk at SUPA meeting, Edinburgh/online.
2021: Constellations, Sustainability, and the impact one the night sky
Talk at GNOSIS Annual Conference, Birmingham/online
2021: Issues in the New Space Age
Talk at UK National Astronomy Meeting, Bath/online
2021: Megaconstellations: bigger than astronomy
Talk at European Astronomical Society meeting, Leiden/online
2019: Wandering Astronomers: The past, present and future of mountaintop astronomy.
Talk at “Stars, Pyramids, and Photographs“, Piazzi Smyth Symposium, Royal Society of Edinburgh
2019: Quasars from the Inside Out
Talk at “Quasars in Crisis“, Edinburgh.
Talk at LSST Community Brokers Workshop, Seattle
2018: Extreme AGN variability
Talk at workshop on “Transients in New Surveys“, Lorentz Centre, Leiden
2018: Notebooks for the VO – hope or hype?
Talk at IVOA meeting, Victoria, Canada.
2018: Extreme variability in AGN
Seminar at Nottingham University Astronomy Group
2017: AGN extreme variables and LSST
Talk at “Unveiling the Physics behind Extreme AGN variability“, US Virgin Islands
2017: AGN variability campaigns with LSST
Talk at LSST:UK fusion workshop, Cambridge.
2017: AGN hypervariables: three models
Talk at ePESSTO consortium meeting, Belfast
2015: Clues to the structure of AGN through massive variability surveys
Talk at “Astronomical Surveys and Big Data“, a conference held in Byurakan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Markarian Surveys. The written conference proceedings version is also on ArXiv
2015: AGN hypervariables in PS1
Talk given at UK National Astronomy Meeting, Llandudno.
2015: How common are dusty AGN?
Talk given at ROE Quasar workshop
2014: Lyman Power
Talk at Durham AGN winds meeting.