#### Outreach

*Counternarratives for young scientists*(2020). A short address given at Quantum Leaps, a STEAM-oriented conference for Vancouver high school students.*The hole in Einstein’s theory*(2020). A short lay summary of the Penrose singularity theorem.*A day in the life of a theoretical physicist*(2020). A video for Vancouver’s Teen Nerd Nite about my path to physics and what a day in the life looks like.*Black holes and the information paradox*(2020). What happens if you drop your homework into a black hole? An experiment using bits and buckets, carried out at the inaugural Teen Nerd Nite.

#### “Hard” outreach

*Quantum computing with parallel worlds*(2021). A very brief introduction to manipulating parallel worlds with quantum computers. Bonus feature: a visual introduction to Grover search!*Black holes and quantum computers*(2021). A guest lecture on the information paradox and Page curve for high school students in the Quantum BC masterclass. You can find code for simulating black holes and making your own Page curve here.*The Penrose singularity theorem*(2020). A short introduction to general relativity and singularities for the UBC Physics Circle. Now with exercises.*Why is a soap bubble like a railway?*(2020). Who said you couldn’t minimise without calculus? A low-tech intro to network planning and soap bubbles. I also touch on complexity theory, physics, curvature, tessellations, time travel and climate change.*A hacker’s guide to the Chandrasekhar limit*(2020). A long blog post on how big a white dwarf (or a box of electrons) can get before it turns into a black hole.*Hacking physics from the back of a napkin*(2020). A long blog post on napkin algorithms, later converted into more polished Physics Circle lectures on dimensional analysis, random walks, and Brownian motion.*Black hole mergers*(2020). Notes for an open-ended Physics Circle discussion of colliding black holes and LIGO.*Searching for aliens*(2020). Notes for a Physics Circle discussion of fast radio bursts, signals, and extraterrestrials.*The Scrubland Manifesto*(2019). A blogifesto controversially asserting that high school math should be fun, useful and engaging. Examples included.*Fermi estimates: from Harry Potter to ET*(2019). A Physics Circle talk on how to estimate just about anything, from the amount of computer storage in the world to the loonies concealed in couches across Canada.*Dimensional analysis and black holes*(2019). A tutorial on dimensional analysis for the UBC Physics Circle, paying off in black hole thermodynamics.*Physics Circle problems*(2018–19). A medley of problems on everything from string theory to Starbucks.

#### Teaching and course development

*A visual approach to the quantum Fourier transform*(2020). An elementary, geometric approach to representing vectors in higher-dimensional spaces, paying off in the quantum Fourier transform.*An introduction to quantum computing*(2020). Various assignments for a graduate course in the works at UBC.*Physical systems*(2016). Tutorials on classical mechanics and Fourier analysis. Assignments on higher-dimensional donuts and surfing.