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Recent Invited and Contributed Talks:

- Multiscale approaches to strongly correlated systems in and out of equilibrium,  APS March Meeting 2020, Denver CO, March 2020.

- Making Better Qubits out of Spectrally Noisy Solid State Quantum Emitters, Mark Jarrell Memorial Symposium, Baton Rouge LA, February 2020.

- Indistinguishable Photons From Solid State Quantum Emitters, QLCG Workshop at University at Buffalo SUNY, Buffalo NY, November 2019.

- Designing Better Materials and Quantum Systems with Computational Methods, Condensed Matter seminar, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg VA, April 2019.

- Condensed Matter seminar, University of Massachussets Amherst, Amherst MA, October 2017.

- Department of Physics colloquium, Binghamton University, Binghamton NY, October 2017. 

- Department of Physics colloquium, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge LA, September 2017.

Enhanced photon indistinguishability in pulse-driven quantum emitters,  APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, June 59, 2017; Sacramento, California.
 
Absorption spectrum of a pulse-driven quantum emitter,  APS March Meeting, March 1317, 2017; New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
 - University at Buffalo SUNY, Department of Physics, Condensed Matter seminar, October 11, 2016.

 - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI. Department of Physics Condensed Matter seminar, May 2016.

 - University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, QC, Canada. Department of Physics colloquium, April 2016.

 - Understanding Correlated Quantum Systems Through Computational Methods, Department of Physics colloquium, San Jose   State University, November 2015.

- Thermalization and Long-Time Behavior of Nonequilibrium Quantum Systems, Invited talk in Symposium: New Approaches to the Non-Equilibrium Quantum Many-Body Problem, APS March Meeting, San Antonio TX, March 2015.

- Field-Driven Quantum Systems, From Transient to Steady State, Invited talk, Mardi Gras conference, Baton Rouge, LA, January 2015.

-Thermalization of Driven Quantum Systems, APS Division of Atomic and Molecular Physics(DAMOP) meeting, Quebec City, Quebec June 2013.

- How Long Does it Take a NonEquilibrium Quantum System to Reach a Steady State? APS March meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2013

- Extended Correlations in Strongly Correlated Systems, Beyond Dynamical Mean Field Theory, APS March meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, March 2012.

- Non-Local Corrections to the Dynamical Mean Field Theory for the Hubbard Model, APS March meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 2011

-Quantum Criticality and High Temperature Superconductivity Condensed Matter group seminar, University of Yaounde I,  July  30, 2010.

-Towards a Multi-Scale Solution of the Hubbard Model with the Parquet Formalism as a Cluster Solver, Institute for Theoretical Physics seminar, University of Hamburg, July 19, 2010.

-Parquet Formalism as a cluster solver for the Hubbard model, Quantum Many-Body Phenomena in Solid State seminar, University   of Wuerzburg, July 8 2010.

-Towards a Multi-Scale Solution of the Hubbard Model with the Parquet Formalism as a Cluster Solver, Institute For  Solid State Physics, Technical University of Vienna, Jun 24, 2010.

- Parquet Formalism as a cluster solver for the Hubbard model Condensed Matter group seminar, University of Goettingen,  May 10, 2010.

-Numerical solution of the Hubbard model with the parquet formalism, March 2010, APS March meeting, Portland     Oregon

- Numerical solution of the Hubbard model with the parquet formalism, February 2010, group seminar, Computational Condensed Matter group, Institute for Theoretical Physics, ETH Zurich

- Self-consistent solution for the Hubbard model at the one-particle and two-particle levels using the parquet formalism,  2009 APS March meeting, Pittsburgh PA, March 2009.

- Self-consistent solution for the Hubbard model at the one-particle and two-particle levels using the parquet formalism,  2009 NSBP/NSHP Conference, Nashville TN , February 2009.

-Using the PETSc package to solve the parquet formalism, SciDAC MSMB project meeting, Ohio Supercomputer Center, Columbus OH, September 2008.

- Towards an all-U Algebraic Scaling Cluster Solver , SciDAC MSMB project meeting, UC Davis, September 2007.







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