Here are the presentations for some of the talks I gave in the past (all in PDF format). The parentheses denote the event / seminar in which I gave each talk.

- Electrodynamics in the high-acceleration regime (Seminar in UoT at Austin) [November 20th, 2014]
- The Hidden Geometry of Electromagnetism (FiO-LS 2014) [October 23rd, 2014]
- The Hidden Geometry of Electromagnetism (DICE 2014) [September 15th, 2014]
- Nutrino: Closing the Nutrition Loop (The 10th Annual Nutrition Forum at the University of Akron) [February 7th, 2014]
- Probing Radiation Reaction in the High Acceleration Regime (Hebrew University) [January 22, 2014]
**Integrability of the vacuum Einstein equation**(Congreso Colombiano de Matematicas 2013) [July 15th, 2013]**Gravitational Solitons**(Grad Colloquium) [August 29, 2012]**Diagonal Solitons**(Integrable Systems Seminar) [April 27, 2012]**Black holes and Solitons**(Recruitment Workshop) [March 6, 2012]**Zeta Zeros and Quantum Chaos**(Grad Colloquium) [May 2, 2012]**The Life and Work of Leonardo da Vinci**(Grad Colloquium) [April 18, 2012]**Gravitational Solitons**(Grad Colloquium) [November 9, 2011]**Gravitational Solitons on Einstein-Rosen Background**(Recent Progress of Waves Processes) [October 9, 2011]**Gravitational Solitons**(Orals Presentation) [May 1st, 2011].pdf**Symmetries and Differential Equations**(Grad Colloquium) [October 20, 2010]**Inverse Scattering Transform**(Analysis Seminar) [September 9, 2010]**The Problem of Radiation-Reaction**(Grad Colloquium) [April 21, 2010]**Radiation and Acceleration**(LMU) [December 7, 2009]- Radiation and Acceleration -
**Analytic Solution of the Landau-Lifshitz Equation**(LAP meeting Frauenwörth) [October 3, 2009] **Acceleration and Radiation**(LMU) [August 3rd, 2009]**Numerical Solitons of Einstein's Field Equation**(Research Tutorial Group) [December 11, 2008]

Typos:

- The three talks from September 15th, October 23rd and November 20th in 2014 should have the denominator in the formula for the curvature of a curve containing a cubic. See this Wikipedia article for more info. It doesn't affect any other formulas in the presentations.

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