Invited Talks at Conferences

  1. The Nuclear Lattice Model,
    7th High Energy Heavy Ion Study, Darmstadt, Germany, October 1984.
  2. Percolation Description of Nuclear Fragmentation,
    Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics IV, Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA, February 1986.
  3. High Energy Photons From Heavy Ion Collisions,
    Workshop on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations XV, Hirschegg, Austria, January 1987.
  4. Transport Theory of intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Reactions,
    Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics V, Sun Valley, Idaho, USA, February 1988.
  5. Nuclear Stopping at 100 MeV/Nucleon - a Multipole Analysis,
    Fifth Gull Lake Nuclear Physics Conference, Gull Lake, Michigan, USA, May 1988.
  6. High Energy Photons and Pions in Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Reactions,
    NATO Advanced Study Institute Programme on the Nuclear Equation of State, Peñiscola, Spain, May 1989.
  7. Information on the Nuclear Equation of State from Heavy Ion Collisions,
    Workshop on Hot Hadronic Matter, 1989 Fall Meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society, Asilomar, California, USA, October 1989.
  8. Critical Pion Opacity,
    Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics VI, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA, February 1990.
  9. At the Edge of Neutron Matter,
    Summary Talk,
    Los Alamos Workshop on the Science of Intense Radioactive Ion Beams, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, April 1990.
  10. Intensity interferometry in heavy ion collisions,
    Relativistic Heavy Ion Reactions Workshop, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, Washington, USA, December 1990.
  11. Two Temperature Pion Spectra,
    Seventh Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Key West, Florida, USA, February 1991.
  12. Heavy Ion Collisions and the Nuclear Equation of State,
    Selected contribution to the Fourth International Conference on Nucleus Nucleus Collisions, Kanazawa, Japan, June 1991.
  13. Relativistic Transport Theory and Pion Production in Heavy Ion Collisions,
    2nd Rio de Janeiro International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1991.
  14. Decay of Chaotic and Ordered Systems,
    XIV Reuniao de Trabalho Sobre Fisica Nuclear no Brasil, Águas de Lindóia, São Paulo, Brazil, September 1991.
  15. Pion Production at 1 GeV/A,
    Pions in Nuclei Workshop, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, Washington, USA, November 1991.
  16. Intensity Interferometry for Heavy Ion Collisions,
    Eighth Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA, January 1992.
  17. Particle correlations from intermediate energy heavy ion collisions,
    Workshop on dynamical fluctuations and correlations in nuclear collisions, Aussois, France, March 1992.
  18. Particle-particle correlations and the space-time structure of heavy ion reactions,
    International School of Nuclear Physics, 14th Course: Heavy Ion Collisions at Intermediate and Relativistic Energies, Erice, Italy, September 1992.
  19. Production and Decay of Highly Excited Nuclear Matter,
    2nd Workshop on LISS Physics, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, September 1992.
  20. Bubble and ring formation in fragmentation events,
    Theory Workshop on Dynamical Fluctuations in Heavy-Ion Collisions, GANIL-Caen, France, October 1992.
  21. Pion Correlations in Proton-Induced Reactions at Relativistic Energies,
    XXXI International Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 1993.
  22. Pion Correlations in Proton-Induced Reactions at Relativistic Energies,
    Ninth Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Key West, Florida, USA, January 1993.
  23. Nuclear Fragmentation,
    Workshop on Fragmentation Phenomena, Centre de Physique Les Houches, France, April 1993.
  24. Mentoring Young Faculty - A Wish List,
    Topical Conference on Physics Departments in the 1990's, Arlington, Virginia, USA, May 1993.
  25. Pion Correlations from Heavy Ion Collisions,
    Theory Workshop on Meson-Nucleus Dynamics at Intermediate and High Energies, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, USA, August 1993.
  26. Interferometry Information form Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions,
    3rd Rio de Janeiro International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1993.
  27. Exotic Modes of Nuclear Fragmentation,
    Workshop on Multifragmentation, 1993 Fall Meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society, Asilomar, California, USA, October 1993.
  28. Quo Vadis, BEVALAC Physics,
    Summary Talk,
    9th High Energy Heavy Ion Study, Berkeley, California, USA, October 1993.
  29. Coexistence of Chaos and Regular Motion in Giant Nuclear Oscillations,
    Tenth Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Snowbird, Utah, USA, January 1994.
  30. Two-particle correlation in heavy ion collisions,
    Second International Symposium on Nuclear Physics at Storage Rings, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 1994.
  31. Coexistence of regular collective dynamics with intrinsic chaoticity,
    Selected contribution to the Fifth International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Taormina, Italy, May 1994.
  32. Nuclear Fragmentation: Dynamics, Statistics, Phase Transitions,
    Cluster '94, Strassbourg, France, September 1994.
  33. Transport in BUU,
    Workshop ``Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter', Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, Washington, USA, September 1994.
  34. Pion Correlations from Transport Theory at 2 A GeV,
    Workshop ``Pionic Processes and Transport in Hadronic Matter'', Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, July 1995.
  35. Multifragmentation Critical Exponents,
    Symposium ``Hot and Expanding Nuclear Matter'', 210th National ACS Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, USA, August 1995.
  36. Critical Exponents of the Nuclear Fragmentation Phase Transition,
    4th Rio de Janeiro International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1995.
  37. Nuclear Interferometry,
    International Summer School for Students on Development in Nuclear Theory and Particle Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia, September 1995.
  38. The Multifragmentation Phase Transition - Percolation Picture,
    Catania Relativistic Ion Studies - Critical Phenomena and Collective Observables, Acicastello, Italy, May 1996.
  39. Theory Panel Overview,
    Workshop on Intermediate-Energy Heavy Ion Reactions, NSCL, MSU, East Lansing, Michigan, July 1996.
  40. Lecture 1: Transport Theory, Collective Observables, and Pion Physics,
    1996 Seminar on Hot Nuclear Research, Lanzhou, China, August 1996.
  41. Lecture 2: Interferometry,
    1996 Seminar on Hot Nuclear Research, Lanzhou, China, August 1996.
  42. Lecture 3: Fragmentation,
    1996 Seminar on Hot Nuclear Research, Lanzhou, China, August 1996.
  43. Isospin Dependence of the Nuclear Equation of State,
    International Workshop on Physics of Unstable Beams, Serra Negra, SP, Brazil, August 1996.
  44. Self-Organized Criticality,
    XIX Reuniao de Trabalho Sobre Fisica Nuclear no Brasil, Águas de Lindóia, São Paulo, Brazil, September 1996.
  45. Self-Organization,
    4th US Symposium, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Dallas, Texas, USA, November 1996.
  46. Self-Organized Criticality,
    Phase Transitions 1996, Niels-Bohr-Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 1996.
  47. Is Nuclear Fragmentation a Self-Organized Critical Phenomenon?,
    13th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Marathon, Florida, USA, February 1997.
  48. Isospin effects in flow physics,
    Meeting of the ISO-DYN* collaboration, INF, Catania, Italy, October 1997.
  49. Two-Particle Correlations in Nuclear Collisions,
    XVII RCNP International Symposium on Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems, Osaka, Japan, November 1997.
  50. Fragmentation of Nuclei and Molecules: Phase Transitons and Self-Organization,
    Kyoto Meeting on Nuclear Collision Dynamics, Kyoto, Japan, November 1997.
  51. Di-Leptons at CERN,
    Fourteenth Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Snowbird, Utah, USA, February 1998.
  52. Percolation Approach to the Liquid Gas Phase Transition,
    Workshop on Nuclear Matter in Different Phases and Transitions, Les Houches, France, March 1998.
  53. The Liquid-Gas Phase Transition,
    Joint APS/AAPT meeting, Columbus, Ohio, USA, April 1998.
  54. Two-Particle Correlations in Intermediate-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions,
    Symposium Symmetries and Dynamics in Nuclear and Low Energy Particle Physics, Blaubeuren, Germany, May 1998.
  55. Isospin in Nuclear Reactions,
    Nuclear Chemistry Gordon Research Conference, New London, New Hampshire, USA, June 1998.
  56. In-medium Cross Sections, (Moderator)
    Nuclear Chemistry Gordon Research Conference, New London, New Hampshire, USA, June 1998.
  57. Self-Organized Criticality,
    International Workshop on Collective Excitations in Fermi and Bose Sytems, Serra Negra, Sao Paulo, Brazil, September 1998.
  58. Fluctuations, Scaling, and Reducibility in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    International School on Nuclear Physics, 20th Course: Heavy Ion Collisions from Nuclear to Quark Matter, Erice, Italy, September 1998.
  59. Scaling and Reducibility of Fluctuations in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    Phase Transitions '98, Kopenhagen, Denmark, November 1998.
  60. Size Matters: What Reducibility Can Tell Us,
    15th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Park City, Utah, USA, January 1999.
  61. Sub-Poissonian Fluctuations and the Nuclear Liquid-Gas Phase Transition,
    XXXVII International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 1999.
  62. The Nuclear Fragmentation Phase Transition,
    International Workshop on Nuclear Reactions and Beyond, Lanzhou, China, August 1999.
  63. Nuclear Reactions with Radioactive Beams and the NSCL Upgrade,
    International Workshop on Nuclear Reactions and Beyond, Lanzhou, China, August 1999.
  64. Common Aspects of Phase Transitions of Molecules, Nuclei, and Hadronic Matter,
    Conference Summary Talk,
    Catania Relativistic Ion Studies, CRIS 2000, Acicastello, Italy, May 2000.
  65. The Fragmentation Phase Transition,
    Danos Symposium, Bad Honnef, Germany, September 2000.
  66. Multimedia Collaborative Content Creation (mc3) - How we can make the best use of each other's work.,
    5th Workshop on Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning, Vienna, Austria, October 2000.
  67. The Fragmentation Phase Transition,
    6th International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Tabatinga, Brazil, October 2000.
  68. Education/Outreach: The Role of the Universities,
    RHIC Town Meeting, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, USA, January 2001.
  69. Ways to get involved: Content and Development Opportunities,
    lon-capa workshop, East Lansing, January 2001.
  70. Event-by-Event Analysis,
    17th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Park City, Utah, USA, March 2001.
  71. Cancer Detection on a Cell-by-Cell Basis Using Fractal Dimension Analysis,
    Center for Biological Modeling Annual Retreat, Augusta, Michigan, USA, May 2001.
  72. Big Scientific Questions that CBM Might Want to Address in the Future,
    Center for Biological Modeling Annual Retreat, Augusta, Michigan, USA, May 2001.
  73. Phase Transition in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    International Workshop on Nuclear Physics with Radioactive Ion Beams, Lanzhou, China, August 2001.
  74. Teaching Physics with the Computer,
    Symposium on Research in Chemical Education, East Lansing, Michigan, USA, November 2001.
  75. Conclusice Evidence for a Phase Transition in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    18th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Nassau, Bahamas, January 2002.
  76. Conclusive Evidence for a Phase Transition in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    April Meeting of the American Physical Society, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 2002.
  77. How can we find the critical point?
    Workshop on Compressed Baryonic Matter at GSI, Wixhausen, Germany, May 2002.
  78. Community Outreach Activities,
    APS/AAPT Physics Department Chairs Conference, College Park, Maryland, June 2002.
  79. Molecular and Nuclear Fragmentation: Extreme Finite Size Effects in Phase Transitions,
    Catania Relativistic Ion Studies, CRIS 2002, Catania, Italy, June 2002.
  80. Online Content Delivery - The Student Centered Approach,
    Seminars on Academic Computing, Reflection and Reinvention: Learning from the Past and Gaining Wisdom, Snowmass Village, Colorado, USA, August 2002.
  81. Breaking Atomic Nuclei into Little Pieces: Evidence for a Phase Transition,
    XXVI Nuclear Physics Symposium, Taxco, Mexico, January 2003.
  82. Supernova Collapse Dynamics,
    19th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA, February 2003.
  83. On- and off-shell scattering of test particles in nuclear and astro-physics,
    International Workshop on Off-Shell Effects in Quantum Transport, Dresden,Germany, May 2003.
  84. Transport theory then and now - large and small,
    European Graduate School workshop Dynamics in Hadron Physics, Giessen, Germany, June 2003.
  85. The nuclear fragmentation phase transition and rare isotope production,
    NATO Advanced Study Institute, Kemer, Turkey, September 2003.
  86. Supernova Physics,
    NATO Advanced Study Institute, Kemer, Turkey, October 2003.
  87. Critical behavior in liquid-gas phase transitions,
    Phase Transitions 03, Niels-Bohr-Institut, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 2003.
  88. Supernova Modeling via Kinetic Theory,
    1st Argonne - INT - MSU - JINA RIA Workshop, Seattle, Washington, USA, January 2004.
  89. Resource sharing of online teaching materials: The lon-capa project,
    March Meeting of the American Physical Society, Montreal, Canada, March 2004.
  90. Kinetic theory for heavy ion collisions and stellar collapse - unified approach,
    International Workshop on Hot and Dense Matter in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, Budapest, Hungary, March 2004.
  91. Collective Motion in Nuclear Collisions and Star Collapses,
    Blueprints for the Nucleus Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2004.
  92. Supernova Collapse Calculations,
    Cosmis Ray International Seminar -- GZK Cutoff and Surroundings, CRIS 2004, Catania, Italy, June 2004.
  93. After Dinner Talk,
    13th US Symposium, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Chicago, Illinois, USA, October 2004.
  94. Computing in the Physical Sciences,
    Strategic Visioning for Cyberinfrastructure, Computing, and Information, East Lansing, Michigan, USA, February 2005.
  95. Nuclear fragmentation phase transition,
    229th American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, California, USA, March 2005.
  96. LON-CAPA (2 talks),
    Campus Source workshop, Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany, June 2005.
  97. Research with LON-CAPA,
    CBLIS 6, Zilina, Slovakia, July 2005.
  98. The "Top 10" of the Universe,
    Summer Academy of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Olang, Italy, September 2005.
  99. Universal Patters of Partitions: Nuclear Fragmentation, Linguistics, and The Human Genome,
    VI Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications, Iguazu, Argentina, October 2005.
  100. Resource sharing in an open source course management environment,
    ODLAA conference, Adelaide, Australia, November 2005.
  101. Does Zipf's Law Hold for Nuclear Multifragmentation?,
    International Workshop on Multifragmentation and Related Issues,
    Catania, Italy, November 2005.
  102. Modeling of supernova dynamics via kinetic theory,
    Astrophysics and Nuclear Structure, Hirschegg, Austria, January 2006.
  103. New Observations on Fragment Multiplicities,
    22nd Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, La Jolla, California, March 2006.
  104. The Nuclear and Many-Body Physics of Supernova Explosions,
    International Symposium on Heavy Ion Physics, Frankfurt, Germany, April 2006.
  105. Fragmentation and the Nuclear Equation of State,
    IX International Conference on Nucleus Nucleus Collisions, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2006.
  106. Fragment Size Rankings in Nuclear Multifragmentation,
    XLV International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 2007.
  107. Comparing Nuclear and Supernova Dynamics,
    23rd Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Big Sky, Montana, February 2007.
  108. Double Beta+ Decays - New Ideas,
    VII Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications, Cusco, Peru, June 2007.
  109. Nuclear Reactions and Stellar Evolution: Unified Dynamics,
    plenary talk, VII Latin American Symposium on Nuclear Physics and Applications, Cusco, Peru, June 2007.
  110. Large Fluctuations, Finite Size Constraints, and Signals for Phase Transitions,
    4th International Workshop "Critical Point and the Onset of Deconfinement", GSI, Darmstadt, Germany, July, 2007.
  111. Large Fluctuations and Criticality in Nuclear Fragmentation,
    Nuclear fragmentation: from basic research to applications (NUFRA07), Kemer, Turkey, September 2007.
  112. Numerical Studies of Type II Supernova Explosions and Heavy Ion Collisions,
    Third International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics (IWARA), João Pessoa, Brazil, October 2007.
  113. Double Beta Decay,
    XLVI International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 2008.
  114. Double Beta Decays, DUSEL, and the Standard Model,
    24th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, South Padre, Texas, April 2008.
  115. Musings on (Bio)Energy (After dinner talk),
    Complex and nanostructured materials for energy applications, East Lansing, Michigan, June 2008.
  116. Der Untergang der Welt? / The End of the World?,
    Summer Academy of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Salem, Germany, August 2008.
  117. Double beta decay, heavy ion collisions, and probing the early universe,
    International School of Nuclear Physics, 30th Course, Heavy-Ion Collisions from the Coulomb Barrier to the Quark-Gluon Plasma, Erice-Sicily, September, 2008.
  118. Critical points in the nuclear matter phase diagram: the universality class of nuclear and quark-gluon matter,
    8th International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2008.
  119. Four decades of of heavy ion physics: what have we learned about the equation of state?,
    International Symposium on Heavy Ion Physics, Darmstadt, Germany, November 2008.
  120. FRIB at MSU,
    25th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Big Sky, Montana, February 2009.
  121. The University Role in Teacher Preparation: Perspective from a Chair,
    Panel member, Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2009.
  122. Integrating Research Experiences into the Undergraduate Education,
    March Meeting, American Physical Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2009.
  123. Non-equilibrium phase transition of non-trivial universality class in nuclear fragmentation,
    Fourth International Symposium "Atomic Cluster Collisions: structure and dynamics from the nuclear to the MesoBioNano scale", Ann Arbor, MI, July 2009.
  124. Isotope Composition in Supernova Collapse,
    Third International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics (IWARA), Meresias, SP, Brazil, October 2009.
  125. Does Zipf's Law Hold in Nuclear Fragmentation?,
    1052nd American Mathematical Society Meeting, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, October 2009.
  126. High Performance Computing - Where can Quantum Computing have an Impact?,
    International School on Quantum and Nano Computing System and Applications, QANSAS 2009, Agra, India, December 2009.
  127. Brain Computing and Feynman's Thoughts,
    Valedictorian Ceremony Presentation and Panel Discussion, International School on Quantum and Nano Computing System and Applications, QANSAS 2009, Agra, India, December 2009.
  128. Supernova Dynamics,
    26th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, January 2010.
  129. The Physics and Astrophysics of FRIB - Present Status and Future Plans,
    XLVIII International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 2010.
  130. Better Education, Better Life,
    A Forum on Teaching and Textbook of University Physics, Beijing, China, May 2010.
  131. Supernova Dynamics via Kinetic Theory,
    Pan American Study Institute on the Physics and Astrophysics of Rare Isotopes, João Pessoa, Brazil, August 2010.
  132. Warum können wir über das Universum nachdenken?,
    Summer Academy of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Salem, Germany, August 2010.
  133. Introductory Remarks, Session T14: Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS): Sustainable, Carbon-Free Energy,
    Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, November 2010.
  134. WestFest,
    27th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Winter Park, Colorado, February 2011.
  135. 40 Years of Theoretical Physics in Giessen,
    International Workshop on In-Medium Effects in Hadronic and Partonic Systems, Obergurgl, Austria, February 2011.
  136. From the "old days" of BUU to a transport theory for supernovae,
    International Workshop on In-Medium Effects in Hadronic and Partonic Systems, Obergurgl, Austria, February 2011.
  137. Engaging Students Through Contemporary Examples,
    McGraw-Hill University Physics Symposium, Laguna Beach, California, March 2011.
  138. Consequences of Participation in Unmoderated Discussion Forums,
    American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Omaha, Nebraska, August 2011.
  139. Nonlinear adventures in taking things apart: Fragmentation of Nuclei and Molecules,
    conference on Non-Linear Physics and Applications (NOLPA), João Pessoa, Brazil, September 2011.
  140. Can we learn something form nuclear fragmentation beyond nuclear physics?,
    Nuclear fragmentation: from basic research to applications (NUFRA11), Kemer, Turkey, October 2011.
  141. The nuclear fragmentation problem and Bormio's contributions to its solution,
    XXX International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 2012.
  142. The End of the University as We Know It?,
    American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, California, February 2012.
  143. Where Do the Atoms in Your Body Come From?,
    Michigan Science Teachers Association 59th Annual Conference, Lansing, Michigan, March 2012.
  144. Energy and Greenhouse Gas Analysis for Biogas Power Plants,
    International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, March 2012.
  145. Michigan State University's FRIB Project,
    Michigan Engineering Conference, Ypsilanti, Michigan, May 2012.
  146. Energy for the 21st Century World Economy: Problems and Opportunities,
    Public evening lecture, Quark Matter, Washington DC, August 2012.
  147. Energy for the 21st Century World Economy: Problems and Opportunities,
    Meeting of the Ohio Section of the American Physical Society, Detroit, Michigan, October 2012.
  148. The future of biofuels: bio-methane for energy production and transportation,
    Low Carbon Earth Summit, Forum 8: Renewable Bioenergy, Guangzhou, China, October 2012.
  149. Bio-fuels: what works?,
    Symposium on Physics, Energy, Computing, and Cities (SPECC-2012), New York City, December 2012.
  150. Laudatio,
    Festkolloquium for Professor Horst Stöcker, GSI Darmstadt, Germany, December 2012.
  151. Building a Better Hydro From Kinetic Theory,
    29th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Squaw Valley, California, February 2013.
  152. Building a Better Hydro From Kinetic Theory,
    International Workshop `Frontiers in Nuclear Physics', Guadeloupe, France, March 2013.
  153. The MOOC Tsunami,
    Distance Education and Online Learning in Physics Workshop, College Park, Maryland, June 2013.
  154. Computing Supernova Explosions via Kinetic Theory,
    International Conference on Nuclear Physics: Presence and Future, Boppard am Rhein, Germany, June 2013.
  155. Teaching Physics for the 21st Century,
    Primer Foro de Enseñy Tecnologá Educativa, Tuluca, Mexico, June 2013.
  156. Nuclear Temperature,
    International Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics and Thermodynamics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, August 2013.
  157. Hydrodynamics via Kinetic Theory,
    9th international workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 2013.
  158. Virtual University and Virtual Course on Energy,
    IV Workshop de Educação e Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil, September 2013.
  159. Want better results? Give more exams! (co-presenter with Gary Westfall),
    25th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL, March 2014.
  160. Riding the MOOC tsunami,
    American Physical Society April meeting, Savannah, Georgia, April 2014.
  161. 30 Winter Workshops,
    Banquet Presentation, 30th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Galveston, Texas, April 2014.
  162. Energy for the 21st Century World Economy: Problems and Opportunities,
    V Workshop de Educação e Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil, May 2014.
  163. Integrating Core Competencies in Engineering Education,
    VI Workshop de Educação e Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil, May 2014.
  164. Teaching with the Computer: Virtual University,
    Profesores TEC21, Monterrey, Mexico, August 2014.
  165. Opportunities and Execution,
    Panel 2, Data Center Leadership in the Better Buildings Challenge, The White House, Washington, DC, September 2014.
  166. Can Thorium Fission Solve the World’s Energy Problems?,
    Notre Dame - Europe Symposium on Nuclear Science and Society, London, United Kingdom, October 2014.
  167. Creating Physics Simulations for Smartphones, Tablet Devices, and Computers in HTML5,
    Workshop W35, AAPT meeting, San Diego, California, January 2015.
  168. Sustainability: Energy and Water,
    VIII Workshop de Educação e Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo, Brazil, March 2015.
  169. HTML5/JavaScript,
    2015 LON-CAPA Conference and Workshop, East Lansing, Michigan, May 2015.
  170. Biogas Produced with Anaerobic Digesters: The Most Efficient Way to Produce Renewable Biofuels,
    5th Annual World Congress of Bioenergy, Xi'an, China, September 2015.
  171. Studying Fluid Dynamic Instabilities with Kinetic Theory Simulations,
    Nuclear fragmentation: from basic research to applications (NUFRA15), Kemer, Turkey, October 2015.
  172. Forgery Protection of Artwork with Rare Isotope Stamps,
    Notre Dame-Europe Symposium on Nuclear Science and Society, Rome, Italy, November 2015.
  173. Creating Physics Simulations in HTML5, Part 2: Intermediate Level,
    Workshop W15, AAPT meeting, New Orleans, Luisiana, January 2016.
  174. Forgery Protection of Artwork with Rare Isotopes,
    54th International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics, Bormio, Italy, January 2016.
  175. Water and Manufacturing - Talent,
    Energy & Manufacturing Competitiveness Partnership, Phase 1 Sector Study: Water & Manufacturing, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 2016.
  176. Using Digital Tools to Engage Students in Large Introductory Physics Classes,
    27th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Florida, April 2016.
  177. Energy for the 21st Century World Economy: Problem and Opportunities,
    Reunião Preparatória - Conferencia Internacional Água e Energia - Novas Abordagens Sustentáveis, Brasilia, Brazil, May 2016.
  178. The Future of Bioenergy,
    International Engineering Conference, New Approaches for Supplying Sustainable Water and Energy, Brasilia, Brazil, July 2016.
  179. Energiewende,
    Evening plenary talk, Summer Academy of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Rot an der Rot, Germany, August 2016.
  180. Photosynthese und Bioenergie,
    Summer Academy of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Rot an der Rot, Germany, August 2016.
  181. On-site Consideration. Case Study: Michigan State University,
    ACCO Integrated Renewables Workshop, Chicago, Illinois, September 2016.
  182. Integration of Research, Teaching, and practice in the Implementation of the Michigan State University Energy Transition Plan,
    World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 2016.