# Online talks archive

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look at **non-technical** presentations...

Since I came to the University of Toronto, I have given invited
presentations to a variety of audiences: from technical string theory
researchers to fourth-graders. Below is a wide-ranging sampler of
talks I have given over the last three years. The usual format is an
hour-long presentation with questions (during and) afterwards.

### Slides of my talks online

- Lecture on String
Theory [14Oct'05].

University Lecture Series, UofT,
Toronto, ON.

For interested laypeople enrolled in
a UofT extension course.
- Public lecture on Special Relativity
[12Jun'05].

Ontario Science Centre ( OSC ), Toronto,
ON.

For the general public, including kids.
- Three lectures on String Theory as
Quantum Gravity [21-25Nov'04].

VI Mexican School on Approaches
to Quantum Gravity, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

For
theoretical physics researchers working on gravity.
- Plenary conference talk on
String Theory [05Nov'04].

CUPC (Canadian Undergraduate Physics
Conference) 2004, University of Victoria, BC.

For physics
undergraduate students.
- "Jamboree" 2005 talk on
String Theory [07Sep'05].

Department of Physics, University of
Toronto.

For beginning physics graduate students.
- Technical seminar on
Brane-Antibrane Systems and Neutral Black Holes [23Jul'04].

Banff International Research Station in Mathematics ( BIRS ), Banff, AB.

For
theoretical physics researchers working on string theory.
- Matt's String Theory
Symposium [08Jul'04].

Terry Fox Elementary School, Barrie,
ON.

For fifth-grade elementary school students.
- Three lectures on Black Holes in
String Theory [15-17Jan'03].

MIT Center for Theoretical
Physics (CTP) Annual Retreat 2003, USA.

For theoretical physics
graduate students, postdocs and profs.
- Colloquium on String Theory
[19Nov'02].

Brandeis University, USA.

For experimental and
theoretical physics grad students, postdocs and profs.
- Plenary conference talk on
String Theory and Cosmology [17Jun'02].

Canadian Institute for
Advanced Research ( CIAR ) 20th
anniversary conference *20/20 Vision*, Victoria, BC.

For
laypeople interested in science.
- Panel contribution: advice on
Academic Job Search [06Mar'02].

Careers Day Workshop,
University of Toronto.

For UofT science graduate students on the
job market.

### Workshop proceedings

Last updated: 20070126