GNS Science, New Zealand: ‘Earthquake clustering on upper-plate faults controls uplift rate transients along subduction margins’, February 2016.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel: ‘Late Quaternary paleoshoreline formation on Crete, eastern Mediterranean’, January 2015.
Freie University (FU), Berlin, Germany: ‘Clusters of mega-earthquakes on upper plate faults control the Eastern Mediterranean hazard’, May 2015.
University of Marseille: Earthquake variability produces long-term stability of uplift rates along the Hellenic subduction margin, July 2014.
University of Patras, Greece: ‘The importance of microearthquakes in crustal extension of an active rift: a case-study from New Zealand’, November 2013.
Freie University (FU), Berlin, Germany: ‘Fault-slip accumulation over thousands to millions of years and the importance of paleoearthquake sampling’, May 2013.
German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany: ‘Paleoearthquake history on the Spili Fault and its relation to the destruction of ancient and modern cities on the island of Crete, Greece’, March 2013.
University of Leuven, Belgium: ‘Is the Spili fault, Crete, responsible for the double destruction of the Minoan palace at Phaistos?’, November 2012.
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ: ‘Growth and interaction of faults over earthquake and geological timescales’, August 2012.
Plymouth University, UK: ‘Active faulting over earthquake and geological timescales’, July 2012.
University of Liverpool, UK: ‘Growth and interaction of faults over earthquake and geological timescales’, June 2012.
KAUST, Saudi Arabia: ‘Relations between paleoearthquakes and million year fault growth’, May 2012.
Otago University, New Zealand: ‘Relations between paleoearthquakes and million year fault growth’, March 2012.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan: ‘Paleoearthquakes and million-year fault growth in an active rift and the importance of paleoseismic sampling’, December 2011.
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey: ‘Relations between paleoearthquakes and million year fault growth’, invited by the University of New York, June 2011.
CNRS (CEREGE), France: ‘Relations between paleoearthquakes and million year fault growth in an active rift’, March 2011.
Technical University of Crete, Greece: ‘Fault growth over different timescales: the Taranaki Rift study case’, May 2010.
Technical University of Crete, Greece: ‘Bridging the timescales in fault-slip accumulation: from the earthquake record to the geological record’, May 2009.
Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi (the Māori University), New Zealand: “Active faulting in Bay of Plenty, New Zealand”, June 2005.
University of Athens, Greece: “An introduction to Earthquake Geology and Paleoseismology in New Zealand”, October 2002.