17 Sept: Rutgers number theory seminar, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
12–13 Sept: Heilbronn Annual Conference, Bristol, UK
9–13 July: SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, Bern, Switzerland. Talk on SIC-POVM existence and the Stark conjectures in the minisymposium on Algebra, geometry, and combinatorics of subspace packings.
17–21 June: Arithmetic, geometry, and modular forms: a conference in honour of Bill Duke, Zurich, Switzerland
28 Jan–1 Feb: Research visit to Yale Quantum Institute, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
14 Jan: Ohio State University number theory seminar, Columbus, Ohio, USA. Talk on “SIC-POVMs and the Stark conjectures”.
10 Jan: University of Kentucky algebra and number theory seminar, Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Talk on “SIC-POVMs and the Stark conjectures”.
20 Dec: Quebec-Vermont number theory seminar at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Talk on “SIC-POVMs and the Stark conjectures”.
17 Dec: University of Massachusetts Boston quantum physics seminar, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Talk on “SIC-POVMs and the Stark conjectures”.
8–9 Nov: Young Researchers in Algebraic Number Theory (Y-RANT), Sheffield, UK. Talk on “Complex equiangular lines and the Stark conjectures”.
26 Sept: Bristol-Oxbridge-Warwick-London (BOWL) 1-day meeting, Oxford, UK. Talk on “Complex equiangular lines and the Stark conjectures”.
6–7 Sept: Heilbronn Annual Conference, Bristol, UK
16–20 July: Building Bridges: 4th EU/US Summer School + Workshop on Automorphic Forms and Related Topics, Budapest, Hungary. Talk on “Generating weights of modules of vector-valued modular forms for the Weil representation”.
9–13 July: SIAM Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA. Talk on “The Arithmetic Geometry of Resonant Rossby Wave Triads” in student paper prize session.
4–7 June: Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis, Bristol, UK
19–23 Feb: Workshop on Automorphic forms, Equiangular lines and Kac-Moody Algebras, Bristol, UK. Talk on “Complex equiangular lines and the Stark conjectures”.
5–11 Jan: Research visits to Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia