Oct 2022, Neils Bohr 100th Centenary Workshop, Copenhagen Denmark: Quantum Computer Systems

Jan 2020, Roy Glauber Memorial Workshop, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: Quantum optics with Atomic Motion

May 2016, Argonne National Laboratory, Benioff Symposium: Quantum Gates and Quantum Simulators with Atoms

Feb 2016, Department of Energy: Quantum Computing and Quantum Simulation

Jan 2016, Colloquium at the Ohio State University: Quantum Networks with Atoms and Photons

Feb 2014, Briefing, Washington area CTO Roundtable: Quantum Technology: Putting Weirdness To Use

Jan 2014, Colloquium at the University of New Mexico: Scaling the Ion Trap: Breaking Quantum Badness

July 2013, Varenna Summer School on Ion Traps: Quantum Simulation,  Lecture I    Lecture II

Oct 2008, National Science Foundation: Quantum Information Science: A Second Quantum Revolution



Mar 2022, Duke Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics, Duke University: Imaging of Single Atoms and Quantum Computers

Sept 2021, ETH-Zurich: Quantum Simulation and Computation with Trapped Ions

July 2021, Boulder Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics, Quantum Computation with Atoms and Ions I

July 2021, Boulder Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics: Quantum Computation with Atoms and Ions II

Feb 2020, APS Leadership Conference: Quantum Information Science

Nov 2019, Berlin, Falling Walls Conference: The Falling Walls of Computing

Oct 2018, Santa Fe Institute: Quantum Computers

May 2018, Feynman100 Festival at CalTech: Quantum Computing: Feynman’s Opportunity

May 2015, Google, Venice Beach: Modular Ion Trap Quantum Networks: Going Big

May 2013, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH): Quantum Magnetism From The Bottom Up

July 2012, University of Waterloo Quantum Summer School: Trapped Ion Quantum Computation: Lecture I     Lecture II

Dec 2010, University of Vienna, Keynote Address for Inauguration of VCQ: Putting Quantum Weirdness To Use

Feb 2009, University of California, Berkeley: Quantum Networks with Atoms and Photons

Mar 2007, University of Michigan Saturday Morning Physics: The Physics Behind Music