## Video & Slides

**Slides and Video Lectures**

**Piecewise polynomials and the moduli space of curves****.**Slides for a talk at the LAGARTOS seminar.**Constructing logarithmic moduli****.**A video lecture at the Stanford Algebraic Geometry Seminar.**Logarithmic DT theory.****The logarithmic Hilbert scheme of curves****.**Slides for an online lecture at "Algebraic Geometry and Polyhedra" at ICERM. There's a video available**here**.**4/2 ways to count curves in a pair****.**Slides for an online lecture for the Algebraic Geometry session at the BMC.**DT theory and the secondary polytope****.**Slides for an online lecture to the discrete geometry group at TU Berlin.**Analytic and tropical geometry.**Video lecture from the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.**The tropical geometry of Hurwitz numbers****.**Video lecture from the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.**Curves, moduli, and tropical geometry**. Slides for a lecture at DPMMS, University of Cambridge.**Moduli spaces of elliptic curves in toric varieties**. A lecture for the term workshop on homological mirror symmetry at the IAS.**The space of equations for an algebraic curve**. A short video lecture motivating combinatorial Brill-Noether theory, IAS, January 2016.**Moduli of rational and elliptic curves in toric varieties**. Video lecture from the Fields Institute, Toronto, December 2016.**Linear systems on general curves of a fixed gonality**. Video lecture by**Dave Jensen**on our**joint work**, Toronto, December 2016.**Tropical Hurwitz Spaces**. Video lecture from MSRI, Berkeley, August 2016.**Analytic and tropical varieties over higher rank valued fields**. Video lecture by**Tyler Foster**on our**joint work**, CMI-BIRS, May 2016.**Curve counting on surfaces: the tropical and Fock approaches**. Video lecture given by**Hannah Markwig**on our**joint work**, CMO-BIRS, May 2016.**Skeletons of Stable Maps & Superabundant Geometries**. Video lecture from CMO-BIRS, May 2016.**Virtual Skeletons**. Video lecture from the Penn Math & Physics Seminar, March 2016.**Artin fans**. Video lecture by**Dan Abramovich**explaining the work of many people, but also touching upon some of my work in**these papers**.