 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 pulsedriven quantum
emitters, APS
Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical
Physics, June 5–9, 2017; Sacramento, California.
 Absorption
spectrum of a pulsedriven quantum
emitter, APS
March Meeting, March 13–17, 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
LongTime Behavior of Nonequilibrium
Quantum Systems, Invited talk in Symposium: New
Approaches to the NonEquilibrium Quantum
ManyBody Problem, APS March Meeting, San
Antonio TX, March 2015.
 FieldDriven
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.
 NonLocal 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 MultiScale 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 ManyBody Phenomena in Solid State seminar, University of Wuerzburg, July 8 2010.
Towards a MultiScale 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
 Selfconsistent solution for the Hubbard model at the oneparticle and twoparticle levels using the parquet formalism, 2009 APS March meeting, Pittsburgh PA, March 2009.
 Selfconsistent solution for the Hubbard model at the oneparticle and twoparticle 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 allU Algebraic Scaling Cluster Solver , SciDAC MSMB project meeting, UC Davis, September 2007.