**SLIDES**

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

**VIDEOS**

Aug 2023, QSIM Conference (Telluride, CO), “Programmable Quantum Simulators with Trapped Atomic Ions”

Aug 2023, QSIM Conference Summer School (Telluride, CO), “Trapped Atomic Ions”

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”

Sept 2021, ETH-Zurich, “Quantum computing in industry and academia”

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”

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

April 2020, Technion University Peres Distinbguished Lecture, “Quantum Computing With Atoms”

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 2018, Stanford Physics Colloquium, “Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions”

Jan 2018, Argonne National Laboratory Distibnguished Science Colloquium, “Quantum Computing with Atoms”

Oct 2015, University of Maryland QuICS Center Frontiers Workshop, “Time to Build a Real Quantum Computer”

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

May 2013, ETH-Zurich, “Quantum Magnetism From The Bottom Up”

July 2012, University of Waterloo Quantum Summer School, “Trapped Ion Quantum Computation, Lecture I”

Dec 2010, University of Vienna, Keynote Address for Inauguration of Vienna Center for Quantum Information “Putting Quantum Weirdness To Use”

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

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