This page collects links to all research papers for which I have recorded "mini seminars," the purpose of which is to make it easier for others to learn about my research. Each mini seminar attempts to distill the central ideas of a paper in less than 30 minutes. Naturally, this self-imposed time limit forces me to skip many of the details and some of the results. Those who find the presentation interesting can of course learn more by reading the paper.
Clicking the title of a paper takes you to a page with links and additional information. The PowerPoint slides used for the mini seminars are available on those pages.