I engage with the public through classroom visits, opinion pieces, and lively presentations related to my research. I also advocate for the importance of open access to scientific data.
- “Collision Course: Artificial Intelligence meets Fundamental Physics”, Keynote Presentation, “Tommy Flowers Network Conference”, Virtual, October 2020
- “Confronting the Invisible Universe”, Public Talk, Aspen Center for Physics, March 2017
- “The Higgs Boson: Triumph of the Standard Model”, 24th Annual Kavli Frontiers of Science, National Academy of Sciences, U.C. Irvine, November 2012
- “Expanding the Space of Machine Learning for Physics”, APS Topical Group on Data Science Newsletter, Winter 2023
- “Designing an AI Physicist”, Opinion Viewpoint, CERN Courier, September-October 2021
- “Slow and Steady”, coauthored with Matthew Strassler, Correspondence, Nature Physics 15:725 (2019).
- “The Future of Particle Physics is ‘Open’”, Guest Blog Post, The Cylindrical Onion, CMS Experiment, December 2017
- “Listening for Dark Matter from the Basement of Building 24”, coauthored with Lindley Winslow, Contribution to Physics@MIT Journal, Fall 2019
- “Guest Case Study 6: Particle Collisions”, Contribution to Felice Frankel, Picturing Science and Engineering, MIT Press, 2018