June 2021 – Plenary panel: "Object Lessons: Early Modern Empiricism, Natural Philosophy and Antiquarianism" (organized with Anna Marie Roos) Scientiae conference, Amsterdam
Febraury 2021 - Project Workshop: Weight and Weighing Practices in the Early Modern Period: a Multidisciplinary Perspective.
September 2020 – "Collecting Material Evidence from Mathematical Instruments: The Case of Johannes Kepler’s use of Galileo Galilei’s Compasso Geometrico e Militare as a Source of Experimental Data." European Society for the History of Science Conference.
4 May 2020 – "Johannes Kepler and the Exploration of the Weight of Substances in the Long Sixteenth Century." Forschungscolloquium zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, TU Berlin (ONLINE)
28 February 2020 –"Experimenting on the Weight of Things: Johannes Kepler on Specific Gravities."
5 November 2019 – “The Quantification of Matter in Early Modern Europe: The Evidence from Mathematical Instruments.” Deutsches Museum, Munich.
Spring 2019 – “The Early Modern Investigation of Ancient Measures: A Comparative Approach.” All Souls College, University of Oxford.
Spring 2019 – “Historical Metrology in Early Modern England.” Society of Antiquaries of London.
June 2019 – The Features of the Early Modern Study of Ancient Measures. Conference: Scientiae. Disciplines of Knowing in the Early Modern Period. Queen’s University, Belfast.
November 2018 – “Measuring the Measures of the Ancients. Metrology, Philology, and Experimentation in Georg Agricola and Johannes Kepler.” History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Seattle.