#### 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

*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 to how big a white dwarf (or a box of electrons) can get before it turns into a black hole.*The hacker’s guide to physics*(2020). A blog post and lecture series for the Physics Circle covering 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.*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.