**Character Varieties and Topological Quantum Field Theory** at the University of Auckland. |
December 2018 |

** Conformal and Symplectic Geometry,** at the University of Auckland. |
February 2018 |

** ANZAMP Meeting 2018,** at the University of Auckland. |
January 2018 |

** Lecture Series by Jorgen Ellegaard Andersen and Frances Kirwan,** at the University of Adelaide. |
December 2017 |

** Gauge Theory and Higher Geometry** at the University of Adelaide. |
November 2017 |

** Lecture Series by David Baraglia** at the University of Auckland. |
September 2017 |

** Joint Australia-Brazil Conference on String Geometries and Dualities** at IMPA. |
December 2016 |

**Symmetries and Spinors: Interactions between Geometry and Physics**, with lectures series by Jose Figueroa-O'Farrill (University of Edinburgh) and Maxim Zabzine (Uppsala University). |
April 2015 |

**Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Field Theory**, with lectures series by Timothy Nguyen (Michigan State University). |
July 2014 |

**Aspects of Finsler Geometry**, with lecture series by Robert Bryant (Duke University). |
October 2013 |

**Special Session in Mathematical Physics** at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society in Sydney, Australia. |
October 2013 |

**Current Groups and Twisted K-theory**, with lecture series by Jouko Mickelsson (University of Helsinki). |
April 2013 |

**Geometry of Supermanifolds**, with lecture series by Ugo Bruzzo (SISSA). |
October 2012 |

**Dendroidal Sets**, with lecture series by Ittay Weiss (University of the South Pacific). |
June 2012 |

**Dualities in Field Theories and the Role of K-Theory**, with lecture series by Jonathan Rosenberg (University of Maryland). |
March 2012 |

**The Mathematical Implications of Gauge-String Dualities**, with lecture series by Rajesh Gopakumar (Harish-Chandra Institute). |
March 2012 |

**Group-Valued Moment Maps with Applications to Mathematics and Physics**, with lecture series by Eckhard Meinrenken (University of Toronto). |
September 2011 |

**Dirac Operators in Geometry, Topology, Representation Theory, and Physics**, with lecture series by Dan Freed (University of Texas at Austin). |
October 2010 |