I presented at a variety of workshops and conferences in this field of research. Recently, I gave an invited talk at the 20th edition of the European Fusion Theory Conference (EFTC 2023).
Over the course of my studies, I have been heavily involved in the teaching and outreach activity of the university.
I have been the tutor for the third-year undergraduate Fluid Dynamics for three consecutive years, and the Teaching Assistant (TA) and tutor for the Kinetic Theory masters course in the MMathPhys (Masters in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics). Additionally, I have been the TA for several undergraduate courses at Oxford, including the first-year Vector Calculus, the first-year Ordinary Differential Equations, and the second-year Statistical Mechanics and Thermal Physics courses.
I planned and lectured the Dimensional Analysis course for the UNIQ Summer School outreach program, and I gave a lecture titled "Stellarators: twisty tokamaks that could be the future of fusion", on behalf of the fusion community in Oxford, as part of the 'Alumni-in-Theoretical Physics' event.
At Merton College, I have been mentoring and tutoring undergraduate students in Physics on a variety of topics. Over the years, I have also been involved in the Physics Olympiad organisation, in outreach visits to primary and secondary schools (as part of the Oxford outreach for young children), and I have been participating in additional roles such as helping to put together teaching aids for secondary schools (as part of an Oxford outreach initiative).