Talks given and Seminars organised

2009
  • Deutsche Physikalische Geselleschaft, Dresden, Germany - The pace of evolution across fitness valleys
2010
  • Deutsche Physikalische Geselleschaft, Regensburg, Germany - Evolutionary Dynamics of multiplayer games
  • German Society of Genetics, Koppelsburg, Germany - Evolutionary games and population genetics
  • International Theory Workshop, Ploen, Germany - Evolutionary Dynamics of multiplayer games
2011
  • European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Krakow, Poland - Evolutionary Dynamics of multiplayer games
  • Visit - Joachim Krug, Koeln, Germany - Static and Dynamic fitness landscapes
  • Theory Workshop Lisbon, Lison, Portugal - Winning the marathon: Multiplayer games in the mutation-selection equilibrium
2012
  • The 15th International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications Byšice, Czech Republic - Mutation-selection equilibrium in multiplayer games with multiple strategies
  • Leiden workshop on Cooperation in Multi-Partner setting: Biological markets and Social Dilemmas, Leiden, The Netherlands - Credible information in multipartner interactions
2013
  • Imperial College London, UK - Multiplayer Evolutionary Games: Thinking beyond the dyad
  • Kavli Institute for Theoretical physics Santa Barbara, USA - Multiplayer Evolutionary Games: Thinking beyond the dyad
  • Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology Leipzig, Germany - Multiplayer Evolutionary Games: Thinking beyond the dyad
  • Mathematical Modelling in biology Leicester, UK - Mutualism and multiplayer evolutionary games | Revisiting the Red King
  • Models in Population Dynamics and Evolution Osnabrueck, Germany - Lotka and Volterra kill the Red Queen
2014
  • 9th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Gothenburg, Sweden - Organiser of a minisymposium “Game theory in ecology and evolution” with Mark Broom and Arne Traulsen.
    • Speakers: Chris Argasinski (Institute of Mathematics, Warsaw), Lars Bach (Lunds University),Ake Brannstrom(Umea University), Chris Cannings (The Uni- versity of Sheffield), Jacob Johannsson (Lund University), Vlastimil Krivan (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the University of South Bohemia), Kristian Lindgren (Chalmers University of Technology), Torbjorn Lundh (Chalmers & University of Gothenburg), Jacek Miekisz (University of Warsaw), David Ramsey (University of Limerick)
  • The Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology/SMB Osaka, Japan - Dynamics of a combined Medea-Underdominant Population Transformation System
2015
  • European Society for Evolutionary Biology Lausanne, Switzerland - Winning the marathon | multiplayer games in the mutation selection equilibrium
2016
  • ALIFE XV - Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulaiton of Living Systems Cancun, Mexico - Origins of life and Evolutionary games: Exploring the nonlinearities in life
  • Fungal Evolution Symposium Ploen, Germany - Host-parasite coevolution in a domesticated world
  • International Society for Dynamic Games Urbino, Italy - Ecological dynamics in evolutionary games
  • Visit - Hinrich Schulenburg, Kiel, Germany - On the persistence of phenotypic heterogeneity
2017
  • Max Planck Institute Public Talk in German, Ploen, Germany - Evolutionäre Spieltheorie
  • Summer school "Impacts and their role in the evolution of life", Saarema, Estonia, Impact of stochasticity on the origins and evolution of life
  • Organised workshop Bionomics: The biology and economics of mutualisms with Jorge Peña
    • Speakers: Olivia Roth (Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research, GEOMAR), Michelle Afkhami (University of Miami), Megan Frederickson (University of Toronto), Erol Akçay (University of Pennsylvania), Claire Spottiswoode (University of Cape Town and University of Cambridge)
2018
  • Organised seminar series Year of Mathematical Biology with Linda Odenthal-Hesse
    • Speakers: Hanna Kokko, Nick Barton, Michael Doebeli, Michael Lynch, Alison Etheridge, Pleuni Pennings
  • Max Planck Day Public Talk in German, Ploen, Germany - Max Planck in Plön: Kleine Stadt Große Auswirkung
  • University of Tartu Tartu, Estonia, Evolutionary games and ecological dynamics: from mutualism to antagonism
  • European Astrobiology Institute workshop Tartu, Estonia, Engineering Cooperation: From hypercycles to synthetic biology
2019
  • International Workshop on Mathematical Biology, Bohol, Philippines - Eco-evolutionary game dynamics : from cells to societies
  • Workshop on the Dynamics of Interdependent Decision Delmenhorst, Germany, Eco-evolutionary game dynamics : from cells to societies
  • Mathematical Models of Ecology and Evolution Lyon, France, Beliefs : A catalyst for cooperation
2020
  • Visit - Meike Wittmann, Bielefeld, Germany, Eco-evolutionary dynamics : from cells to societies
  • Organised minisymposium in eSMB 2020 Eco-evolutionary dynamics across scales of organisation with Meike Wittmann, - Speakers: Paula Vasconcelos, Lynn Govaert, Charles Mullon, Joseph Sardanyes
  • Translational Biology, Kiel Kiel, Germany, Eco-evolutionary dynamics in agriculture
  • Institute for Advanced Study, Toulouse Toulouse, France, Eco-evolutionary dynamcis : from cells to societies
  • Institute for Advanced Study, Toulouse - Theory seminar Toulouse, France, Collective narratives catalyse cooperation
2021
  • eVisit - Oana Carja, Carnegie-Mellon, USA, Eco-evolutionary dynamics : from cells to societies
  • e - Society for Mathematical Biology online, Synthetic gene-drives and the control problem
  • University of Muenster Biology Seminar series: The Growth of the Evolutionary Thought Muenster, Germany, Collective narratives catalyse cooperation
  • Gene Drive workshop ANR - Florence Debarre online, Synthetic gene-drives and the control problem
  • Evogames+ Winter School online, Evolutionary games : Thinking beyond the dyad
2022
  • Santa Fe Institute - “Constructing and Deconstructing Collectives: Signals to Space and Society” (online) - Collective Narratives Catalyse cooperation
  • Fifth Bangalore School on Population Genetics and Evolution (ONLINE) - Plurality in evolutionary theory - games and genes
  • Mathematics Symposium, City University, London (online) - Collective Narratives Catalyse cooperation
  • Public Lecture at the MPI: Die Macht der Propaganda - Die Bedeutung von Geschichten für kollektives Handeln
  • 3 May 2022, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Towards Molecular Complexity: At the crossroads between astrophysics and biochemistry - The ecology of evolutionary replicators
  • 18 May 2022 EvoGames+ Summer School lecture, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) - Stochastic evolutionary game dynamics
  • 24 May 2022 Lecture Series in Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern, The power of belief - how collective narratives catalyze cooperation
  • 11-12 June 2022 Graz, Austria Workshop on game theory in fauna and flora The power of belief - how collective narratives catalyze cooperation
  • 14 June 2022 Vienna, Complexity Hub The power of belief - how collective narratives catalyze cooperation
  • July 2022, NetSci 2022, Shanghai (online) Satellite Symposia – Evolutionary dynamics of trust in structured populations
  • 27 October 2022 Paris, Workshop on Dynamic Games and Applications Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas Eco-evolutionary dynamics of collective beliefs catalysing cooperation