Talks

Are there purely topological explanations of the number of equilibria of pendulum systems?

— 63rd British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (poster), April 2022 (conference page)

— Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, Graduate Talks on Geometry and Topology (GT)^2, University of Sydney, Aug 2021 (YouTube link)


Incompatible Models, Modality and Realism

— 9th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Philosophy of Science in Practice in Ghent, Belgium, July 2022

— Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science Conference, May 2022


Not So Distinctively Mathematical Explanations: Topology and Dynamical Systems

Formal Methods and Science in Philosophy IV, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 21-23, 2022


Distinctively Mathematical Explanations: Micro-physics matters

— X Conference of the Spanish Society for Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Nov 2021 (Awarded among the Top 3 contributions by young researchers)

— Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, July 2021 (link)


Understanding and Modality in Distinctively Mathematical Explanations of Complex Systems

— The Rotman Institute of Philosophy’s Graduate Student Conference: Complexity and Explanation, Western University, May 2021 (link)


Formal Analogies, Scientific Explanation, and Understanding

— Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science Conference, May 2021 (link)


Formal Analogies: Why so Formal?

Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference (APPC), Nov 2021

Mathematical Features of an 18th CE Astronomical Scroll

— 18th World Sanskrit Conference, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Jan 2022

— Mathematical Cultures and Practices XI, University of St. Andrews, Scotland: Satellite meeting of the British Society for the History of Mathematics and the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics, Jul 2021 (link)


What Does the Seven Metre Long 18th CE Sanskrit Scroll Contribute to Our Understanding of Astronomical Ideas from Western India?

— 26th International Congress of the History of Science and Technology, July 2021

— Commission for History of Ancient and Medieval Astronomy Workshop, Observatoire de Paris, Nov 2021


A Buddhist take on Mathematical Modeling

— The 3rd World Congress on Logic and Religion, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Nov 2022 (link)

University of Cambridge Postgraduate Conference, Dynamic Encounters between Buddhism and the West, sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), June 2021 (link)

Buddhist Heritage Research Society, Rajgir, India, Feb 2021

— New Zealand South Asia Symposium, University of Canterbury, Dec 2020


Metaphysics with Mathematical Patterns?

— New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics Postgraduate (NZMASP) Conference, University of Auckland, NZ, Nov 2020


Can Quasi-mathematical objects have ontological rights?

— New Zealand Association of Philosophers (NZAP) Conference, University of Auckland, NZ, Dec 2019


Why the Nyaya-Buddhist debate is relevant to the Epistemology of Maths?

— New Zealand South Asia Symposium, UC, NZ, Dec 2019


Between Quasi-mathematical and Physical Objects

— NZMASP Conference, Wainui, NZ, Nov 2019


A Mathematical Model of Dignaga’s Hetu-Cakra within the framework of Bounded Rationality

— 3rd Session of the Asian Philosophy Congress (APC), Nalanda, Mar 2019


Discoveries through Tibetan Dream Yoga (rmi lam) and Upanisadic Dreamless Sleep

— Australasian Association of Buddhist Studies, Melbourne, Nov 2018

(Invitation declined due to lack of funding)