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Effective communication skills are crucial for mathematicians, and I firmly believe that the success of a talk is determined by audience engagement and what they can learn from it. I always appreciate when people take the time to attend a talk of mine, and I feel that I owe it to them to present in a way that is engaging and informative. I am continually striving to improve my abilities in this area, and I always appreciate constructive feedback!

## Talks

- Puzzles and Patterns in the Primes (suitable for highschool students), video
- Primes in Arithmetic Progressions (in function fields), slides
- A Gentle Introduction to Exponential Sums in Function Fields, slides
- Lattices in Function Fields and Applications (suitable for undergraduates), slides
- Lattices in Function Fields and Applications, slides
- Square-free Smooth Polynomials in Residue Classes and Irreducible Polynomial Generators (short version), slides
- Square-free Smooth Polynomials in Residue Classes and Irreducible Polynomial Generators (long version), slides
UNSW Canberra Number Theory Seminar (2022)

International Day of Mathematics 2024 Public Lecture at UNSW Sydney

Number Theory Down Under (2023)

UNSW Sydney Number Theory Seminar (2023)

UNSW Mathematics and Statistics Postgraduate Conference (2022)

AustMS (2022)

Number Theory Down Under (2022)

UNSW Mathematics and Statistics Postgraduate Conference (2022)