I seem to have picked topics for my work that have had a natural appeal for conference organisers and others. I have spoken at NATO Headquarters in Belgium, to the RSA conference in Singapore and at the Certicom conference in San Jose. I have also worked with companies like Network Associates and organisations such as the Smithsonian, Bletchley Park, Cambridge Alumni and First Tuesday. This has meant that I have lectured to audiences in Las Vegas, India, Australia, Germany and pretty much everywhere else.
Nowadays, I have less time for lecturing and traveling, but please email me if you want to find out if I am available.
The topics I tend to talk about are listed below:
- Fermat’s Last Theorem
- Science/Maths and the Media
- Libel and Libel Reform
- Cryptography – the Science of Secrecy
- The Enigma Cipher (including Second World War Enigma machine)
- Probability, Chance, Risk and Gambling
- Alternative Medicine
- Big Bang – the history of the universe