Below is a more-or-less complete list of talks I've given.
On Sampling Eges Almost Uniformly, Symposium on Simplicity in Algorithms (SOSA) 2018, New Orleans, LA. (slides)
Space-time Tradeoffs for Distributed Verification, PODC 2016, Chicago, IL. (slides)
Stable Matchings with Bounded Preferences, Joint Math Meetings 2016, Seattle, WA. (slides)
Fast Distributed Almost Stable Matchings, PODC 2015, San Sebastien, Spain. (slides)
It’s Not Easy Being Three: The Approximability of Three-Dimensional Stable Matching Problems MATCH-UP 2015, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. (slides)
Fault Tolerance in Networks of Bounded Degree. Computer Science Seminar (Cryptographic Protocols), UCLA, Winter 2015. (notes)
A Stable Marriage Requires Communication. Mathematics Department Colloquium, Reed College, Spring 2015.
Introduction to Communication Complexity. Participating Logic Seminar, UCLA, Spring 2014. (notes)
The Communication Complexity of Finding a Stable Marriage Advancement to Candidacy Talk, UCLA, March, 2014. (slides)
Estimating the Second Frequency Moment. Participating Probability Seminar, UCLA, Fall 2012. (notes)
Azuma’s Inequality and Concentration of Measure. Participating Probability Seminar, UCLA, Spring 2012. (notes)
Sumsets and Rusza Calculus. Participating Combinatorics Seminar, UCLA, Fall 2011. (notes)
Anisotropic Coarsening in the Dilute Limit. (with Melinda Gildner and Ben Vollmayr-Lee) American Physical Society March Meeting, 2009. (slides coming soon)
Anisotropic Coarsening: 2 Models in 3 Dimensions. Bucknell University/Reed College, August/September 2008. (slides coming soon)