Presentations on static and dynamic roughness elements as a means of delaying flow separation have been given at
- Unsteady Aerodynamics & Turbulent Flows Portfolio Review, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (US), July 2017
- British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, University of Surrey, April 2017
- Flow Instability, Modelling and Control Workshop, UK Fluids Network Special Interest Group, Southampton, March 2017;
- UK Fluids Conference, Imperial College London, September 2016;
- European Postgraduate Fluid Dynamics Conference, University of Warsaw, July 2016;
- Young Researchers in Mathematics, Oxford University, August 2015.
A series of talks—each a medley of current work, a history of aerodynamics research and Greek mythology (!)—have been given at postgraduate seminars at University College London. These were, in chronological order:
- …And Icarus Flew, May 2015;
- The Modern Daedalus, October 2015;
- Theseus in the Labyrinth, March 2016;
- Helen, before we knew her, February 2017.
Variants of the above talks have been given at the:
- Maths and Physical Sciences PhesDival, University College London, June 2016;
- Junior Applied Mathematics Festival, Imperial College London, October 2015;
- Undergraduate Colloquium, University College London, March 2015;
- Christmas Colloquium, London Taught Course Centre, December 2014.
I presented a poster at the 2017 STEM for Britain event at the Houses of Parliament.