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Presentations given for my bachelor and master at ENS of Paris:

Talks given in Australinea, at the Australian Category Seminar:

  1. Can topological weak equivalences be seen as equivalences of weak ω-categories? (20 February 2013, PhD);
  2. On different ways of being small (part 1) (26 June 2013, PhD);
  3. On different ways of being small (part 2) (7 August 2013, PhD);
  4. Vertebras, or how to build model structures (part 1) (25 September 2013, PhD);
  5. Vertebras, or how to build model structures (part 2) (2 October 2013, PhD);
  6. Vertebras, or how to build model structures (part 3) (9 October 2013, PhD);
  7. Descent conditions and vertebras (part 1) (12 March 2014, PhD);
  8. Descent conditions and vertebras (part 2) (19 March 2014, PhD);
  9. Descent conditions and vertebras (part 3) (26 March 2014, PhD);
  10. Spines, or how to prove the 2 out of 3 property (part 1) (6 August 2014, PhD);
  11. Spines, or how to prove the 2 out of 3 property (part 2) (13 August 2014, PhD);
  12. Spines, or how to prove the 2 out of 3 property (part 3) (20 August 2014, PhD);
  13. On right lifting properties in homotopy theory (Part 1) (10 September 2014, PhD);
  14. On right lifting properties in homotopy theory (Part 2) (17 September 2014, PhD);
  15. On reflective subcategories (19 November 2014, PhD);
  16. Free (co)completion without Yoneda (27 May 2015, PhD);
  17. Universal construction of models for generalised sketches (part 1) (21 October 2015, PhD);
  18. Universal construction of models for generalised sketches (part 2) (28 October 2015, PhD);
  19. Universal construction of models for generalised sketches (part 3) (4 November 2015, PhD);
  20. Category theory and the real world (23 November 2016);
  21. Systems of weak pre-models (7 December 2016);

Talks given in North America:

  1. Sketches in higher category theories and the homotopy hypothesis (International Category Theory Conference CT 2016, Canada, Halifax, 8 August 2016);
  2. Pedigrads and DNA (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 26 September 2017);
  3. Category theory and genetics (Applied Category Theory: Bridging Theory and Practice, USA, Maryland, Gaithersburg, 15 March, 2018);
  4. How to do genetics with category theory (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 19 April 2018);
  5. How to do genetics with category theory II: Recognition of biological mechanisms (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 10 Mai 2018);
  6. How to do genetics with category theory III: Recognition of biological mechanisms (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 14 June 2018);
  7. A categorical approach to GWAS (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 17 September 2018);
  8. Category theory for genetics (Category Theory OctoberFest 2018, USA, New York, New York City (City College), 28 October 2018);
  9. Linkage disequilibrium (Applied Category Theory Seminar of MIT, USA, Massachusetts, 5 November 2018);
  10. Going beyond Additive Genetics by using Category Theory (Smilow Center for Translational Research, USA, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Upenn, 5 March 2019);

Talks given in Asia:

  1. Category theory and biology (The EON Workshop on Computational chemistry: from components to systems and back, Japan, Tokyo, 13 October 2017);

Talks given in Europe:

  1. Vertebras, or how to build model structures (Algebraic topology seminar of Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, Gelderland, 10 December 2013, PhD);
  2. Les vertèbres, ou des esquisses pour des structures de catégories de modèles (Working group Algèbre et Topologie Homotopiques of Paris VII, France, Paris, 19 February 2014, PhD);
  3. Élimination des quotients dans les modèles d’esquisses limites (Working group Catégories supérieures, polygraphes et homotopie of Paris VII, France, Paris, 27 January 2017);