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  1. Learning equilibrium properties from few snapshots for simulating quantum many-body systems on quantum devices
    (Google Quantum AI group, Santa Barbara, September 22, 2023.)

  2. Strong coupling approaches to moiré superconductivity [Video]
    (KITP conference on Electronic correlations beyond the quasiparticle paradigm, September 19, 2023.)

  3. On the origin of Planckian transport in a high conductivity oxide [Video]
    (KITP workshop on Quantum materials with and without quasiparticles, September 7, 2023.)

  4. Useful bounds on superconducting Tc
    (Theory seminar, Laboratoire de Physique et Modélisation des Milieux Condensés, Grenoble, June 16, 2023.)

  5. The good, the bad and the strange: unconventional metallic transport in the vicinity of Mott insulators.
    (Quantum matter seminar, University of Waterloo, April 12, 2023.)

  6. Useful bounds on superconducting Tc
    (JLDS CMTC seminar, Condensed matter theory center, University of Maryland College Park, April 4, 2023.)

  7. The good, the bad and the strange: unconventional metallic transport in the vicinity of Mott insulators.
    (CM-AMO seminar, Department of Physics, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, March 28, 2023.)

  8. Useful bounds on superconducting Tc
    (CAMP seminar, Department of Physics, Pennsylvania State University, March 13, 2022.)

  9. How high can Tc be?
    (Condensed matter seminar, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, January 11, 2023.)

  10. Electrons in flat wonderland.
    (Physics colloquium, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, January 10, 2023.)

  11. How high can Tc be?
    (SRITP conference on A Quantum Many-body Handshake: Theory and Simulation meet Experiment, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, December 11, 2022.) 

  12. Electrons in flat wonderland.
    (Physics colloquium, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, December 5, 2022.)

  13. Superconductivity and competing orders in the flat-band limit.
    (Chez Pierre seminar, MIT, November 14, 2022.)

  14. The good, the bad and the strange: unconventional metallic transport in the vicinity of Mott insulators.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, Department of Physics, Harvard University, November 10, 2022.)

  15. Revisiting metal-insulator transitions in moiré heterostructures.
    (Theory seminar, University of Oslo, September 21, 2022.)

  16. What sets the superconducting transition temperature for interacting flat-bands?
    (QDev seminar, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, September 19, 2022.)

  17. What sets the superconducting transition temperature for interacting flat-bands?
    (ICTP conference on Strongly correlated matter: from quantum criticality to flat bands, Trieste, July 26, 2022.)

  18. Superconductivity and competing orders in flat-bands with tunable quantum metric
    (CT.QMAT2022 conference on Complexity and topology in quantum matter, Würzburg, July 27, 2022.)

  19. Superconductivity and competing orders in interacting flat-bands
    (Condensed matter seminar, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik Komplexer Systeme, Dresden, July 19, 2022.)

  20. Superconductivity and competing orders in flat-bands with tunable quantum metric.
    (Condensed matter seminar, Ohio State University, April 11, 2022.)

  21. Revisiting metal-insulator transitions in moiré heterostructures.
    (Condensed matter seminar, UC San Diego, February 16, 2022.)

  22. Continuous Wigner-Mott transition in moiré heterostructures.
    (QMat 2021 workshop, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Mumbai, December 10, 2021.)

  23. What sets the superconducting transition temperature in the flat-band limit?
    (Condensed matter tutorial+seminar, Caltech, October 28, 2021.) 

  24. Continuous Mott transition in moiré heterostructures
    (Colloquium, Department of Physics, CCNY, September 29, 2021.) 

  25. What sets the true superconducting transition temperature in two dimensions? [PDF]
    (Virtual SPICE workshop on Coherent order and transport in spin active systems, Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet, Mainz, Germany, November 18, 2020.)

  26. Deconfined metallic quantum criticality.
    (CMSA Quantum matter seminar, Harvard University, July 9, 2020.)

  27. Deconfined metal-insulator transitions.
    (University of Stavanger, Norway, June 3, 2020.)

  28. Strong-coupling superconductivity and pseudogap in topological flat bands [Video].
    (Novel phases of quantum matter, International Center for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore, India, December 23, 2019.)

  29. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, October 21, 2019.)

  30. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Ludwig Maximilians Universitaet, Munich, Germany, October 18, 2019.)

  31. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Technische Universitaet, Munich, Germany, October 16, 2019.)

  32. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Technische Universitaet, Dresden, Germany, October 4, 2019.)

  33. Strange metals
    (Lectures at the summer school organized by the International Max Planck Research School, Karpacz, September 1-3, 2019.)

  34. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter seminar, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik Komplexer Systeme, Dresden, August 29, 2019.)

  35. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (SFB Colloquium, Institute for theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, August 26, 2019.)

  36. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter seminar, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, July 7, 2019.) 

  37. What is "strange" about non-Fermi liquid metals?
    (Condensed matter seminar, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, July 3, 2019.) 

  38. Strange quantum matter: Fermi surfaces sans Fermi liquids.
    (Theoretical Physics Seminar, Yale University, April 1, 2019.) 

  39. Strange quantum matter without electronic quasiparticles.
    (Colloquium, Department of Physics, Iowa State University, March 27, 2019.)

  40. Intermediate scale ("IR incomplete") non-Fermi liquids.
    (APS March meeting, Beyond Fermi Liquids I, Boston, March 4, 2019.)

  41. Strange quantum matter: Fermi surfaces sans Fermi liquids.
    (Colloquium, Department of Physics, University of Texas at Austin, February 28, 2019.)

  42. Strange quantum matter: Fermi surfaces sans Fermi liquids.
    (LASSP Seminar, Cornell University, February 19, 2019.)

  43. From high-temperature superconductors to topological insulators: new surprises in strongly correlated quantum materials.
    (Colloquium, Department of Physics, New York University, February 13, 2019.)

  44. Strange quantum matter: Fermi surfaces sans Fermi liquids.
    (Seminar, Center for Computational Quantum Physics, Flatiron Institute, February 12, 2019.) 

  45. Strange quantum matter: Fermi surfaces sans Fermi liquids.
    (Condensed matter seminar, University of Pennsylvania, February 6, 2019.) 

  46. From topological insulators to high-temperature superconductors: new surprises in strongly correlated quantum materials.
    (Colloquium, Department of Physics, Ohio State University, January 31, 2019.)

  47. Unusual transport phenomenology in magic-angle bilayer graphene [Video].
    (Rapid Response Workshop on "Correlations in Moire Flat Bands", KITP, Santa Barbara, January 22, 2019.)

  48. Gapless quantum matter without electronic quasiparticles.
    (CAMP seminar, Pennsylvania State University, January 16, 2019.)

  49. Quantum oscillations in electrical insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (EPiQS Virtual journal club, November 8, 2018.)

  50. Building a universal description of certain non-Fermi liquid metals [PDF]. 
    (CMTC seminar, University of Maryland, College Park, October 23, 2018.)

  51. Building a universal description of certain non-Fermi liquid metals [PDF]. 
    (Conference on Ultra Quantum Matter II, Simons foundation, New York, August 22, 2018.)

  52. Towards a universal description of non-Fermi liquid metals with critical Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (Kadanoff seminar, Kadanoff Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Chicago, May 22, 2018.)

  53. Local criticality and marginal Fermi liquid in a translationally invariant solvable model I [PDF].
    (APS March meeting, Beyond Fermi Liquids I, Los Angeles, , March 8, 2018.)

  54. Mixed-valence insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (APS March meeting, Topological insulators including SmB6, Los Angeles, March 6, 2018.)

  55. Quantum matter without electronic quasiparticles [PDF].
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, Brown University, Providence, February 6, 2018.) 

  56. Mixed-valence insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (Condensed matter seminar, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, October 13, 2017.)

  57. Mixed-valence insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Ludwig Maximilians Universitaet, Munich, Germany, September 7, 2017.)

  58. Mixed-valence insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF].
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Technische Universitaet, Dresden, Germany, September 5, 2017.)

  59. Scrambling, chaos and transport in quantum many-body systems [PDF].
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Technische Universitaet, Munich, Germany, August 28, 2017.) 

  60. Mixed-valence insulators with neutral Fermi surfaces [PDF] [Video].
    (Workshop on "Intertwined order and fluctuations in quantum materials", KITP, Santa Barbara, July 27, 2017.)

  61. Scrambling and chaos in quantum many-body systems [PDF].
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, MIT, Cambridge, April 28, 2017.)

  62. Scrambling and chaos in quantum many-body systems [PDF].
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, Caltech, Pasadena, April 12, 2017.)

  63. Scrambling in many-body quantum systems [PDF].
    (APS March meeting, Quantum many-body systems-I, New Orleans, March 13, 2017.)

  64. Interplay of broken symmetries and quantum criticality in correlated electronic systems [PDF].
    (Thesis defense, Harvard University, Cambridge, April 5, 2016.)

  65. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, CMTC University of Maryland, College Park, March 7, 2016.)

  66. Does an incommensurate density wave in the underdoped cuprates arise out of a fractionalized Fermi liquid? [PDF]
    (Poster presented at "Intertwined Orders in Strongly Correlated Systems", Laguna beach, U.S.A., January 29-31, 2016.)

  67. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, ICMT University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, December 1, 2015.)

  68. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, MIT, Cambridge, November 5, 2015.)

  69. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, KITP, Santa Barbara, October 28, 2015.)

  70. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Condensed matter physics seminar, Caltech, Pasadena, October 26, 2015.)

  71. Fractionalization and broken symmetries in the underdoped cuprates.
    (Strongly correlated theory seminar, LASSP Cornell University, Ithaca, October 15, 2015.)

  72. Phase transition beneath the superconducting dome in BaFe2(As1-xPx)2.
    (QUDES Meeting, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik Komplexer Systeme, Dresden, Germany, July 22, 2015.)

  73. Charge-order in the underdoped cuprates: a window into the normal state [PDF].
    (Condensed matter theory seminar, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik Komplexer Systeme, Dresden, Germany, July 9, 2015.)

  74. Charge-order in the underdoped cuprates: a window into the normal state [PDF].
    (Solid state seminar, Ludwig Maximilians Universitaet, Munich, Germany, June 25, 2015.) 

  75. Charge-order in the underdoped cuprates: a window into the normal state [PDF].
    (Fermions-2015, Ruprecht Karls Universitaet, Heidelberg, Germany, April 20, 2015.)

  76. Charge-order in the underdoped cuprates: a window into the normal state [PDF].
    (APS March meeting, Density waves in superconductors and other systems, San Antonio, March 5, 2015.)

  77. The enigma of the pseudogap phase of the cuprate superconductors [PDF].
    (CCMT seminar - Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, January 9, 2015.)

  78. Where is the quantum critical point in isovalently doped iron-arsenides?
    (ICTS Seminar, International Center for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore, India, January 8, 2015.)

  79. The enigma of the pseudogap phase of the cuprate superconductors [PDF].
    (Theoretical physics seminar - Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India, December 29, 2014.)

  80. Resolving a conundrum in P-doped Ba-122: a quantum critical superconductor?
    (Condensed matter physics seminar - MIT, Cambridge, November 18, 2014.)

  81. Density wave instabilities of fractionalized Fermi liquids [PDF].
    (Poster presented at the KITP conference on strong correlations and unconventional superconductivity, Santa Barbara, U.S.A., September 22-27, 2014)

  82. Topological excitations and the dynamic structure factor of spin liquids on the Kagome lattice [PDF].
    (Gordon Research Seminar-Correlated electron systems, U.S.A., June 22, 2014.) 

  83. Interplay of charge-order and superconductivity in the underdoped cuprates: some interesting consequences.
    (APS March meeting,  Competing orders and phase diagrams in copper-oxide superconductors, Denver, U.S.A., March 7, 2014.)

  84. Unconventional phases of quantum matter [PDF].
    (Condensed matter physics seminar - Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, January 15, 2014.)

  85. Quantum criticality of unconventional superconductors [PDF].
    (Condensed matter physics seminar - Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel, December 25, 2013.)

  86. Topological excitations and the dynamic structure factor of spin liquids on the Kagome lattice [PDF].
    (Scientific departmental conference - Weizmann Institute, Ma'alot Tarshiha, Israel, December 18, 2013.)

  87. Singularity of superfluid density at quantum critical points in superconductors [PDF].
    (Poster presented at the International summer school on superconductivity- theory, experiments and phenomena, IESC Cargèse, France, August 5-17, 2013.)

  88. A new framework for detecting quantum critical points in superconductors.
    (Condensed Matter Theory- KIDS Seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge, April 2, 2013.)

  89. Spinon-vison interactions in Kagome lattice spin liquids.
    (APS March meeting, Focus Session: Theory of Kagome magnetism, Baltimore, March 21, 2013.)

  90. Non-Fermi liquid behavior at the (π,π)=2kF SDW quantum critical point [PDF].
    (Poster presented at the Gordon Research conference on Correlated Electron Systems, U.S.A., June 24-29, 2012.)

  91. A tale of competing orders: Nematic vortices in iron selenide [PDF].
    (Condensed Matter Theory- KIDS Seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge, April 24, 2012.)

  92. Nematic order in the vicinity of a vortex in superconducting FeSe [PDF].
    (APS March meeting, Focus Session: Fe-based Superconductors - Anisotropic Transport and Anisotropy, Boston, U.S.A., February 28, 2012.)

  93. Synchronization of oscillators in one dimension: Effect of power-law long range interactions [PDF]
    (SURF Talk, Caltech, Pasadena, July 22, 2009).

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