On 22 April 2022 I gave a (virtual) talk at the 49.75th (!) Knots in Washington conference.

## A Symplectic Basis for 3-manifold Triangulations, AustMS 2021

On 8 December 2021 I gave a (virtual) talk in the Topology session of the 2021 meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society.

## An Arbitrary-Order Discrete de Rham Complex on Polyhedral Meshes

In this article I am acknowledged for providing an explicit basis for a space, which is used in a software implementation.

## Topology: The shape of space

Monash Open Day in 2020 was a purely online affair, thanks to COVID. I recorded a video talking about Topology: The Shape of Space.

## Topological entropy: information in the limit of perfect eyesight

Entropy means many different things in different contexts, but there is a wonderful notion of entropy which is purely topological. It only requires a space, and a map on it. It is independent of geometry, or any other arbitrary features — it is a purely intrinsic concept. This notion is known as topological entropy.