Only since I own a PDA do I keep track of seminars, which explains why the list only starts in October 2002.
Before then I was invited to give seminars or
colloquia at a
number of institutions, among them:
UNC Chapel Hill
École Hautes Études Politiques
École Normale Supérieure
Queen Mary and Westfield
U Santiago de Compostela
Until my participation at the
ABC-KLM 5 meeting in Warwick, I was under the impression
that blackboard talks were de rigueur in Mathematics
and most of my talks until then had been done in this way. This
all changed after Nigel Hitchin's talk at that meeting, which he
also gave from a laptop.
(Thank you, Nigel!)
The links from this page are PDF files. The earlier ones have been generated from LaTeX with pdflatex using Jim Hafner's foils class and then post-processed with ppower4p to be delivered with a laptop. They are not designed to be printed and are best viewed with a PDF viewer. For a quick tutorial on generating these files click here.
The later ones are exported from Keynote presentations or else generated with Beamer.