Over the years, I have given hundreds of presentations and lectures on science, technologies, and media.

I participated in dozens of science festivals, such as the Geek Picnic, Arctic Wave, and Skolkovo Jazz Science, to name a few. I moderated panel discussions at the St. Petersburg Cultural Forum, Moscow Urban Forum, Open Innovation Forums, and other high-profile events.

Some highlights:

  • Moscow, Russia: Everything will be fine: how science will change our lives by 2050. British Embassy, online lecture
  • Vladivostok, Russia: How to write about science. Far Eastern University, lecture
  • Dhaka, Bangladesh: The Future of Work. Professional skills in 2050. The energy of the future, online lecture
  • Delhi, India: Scientific discoveries of the year. Delhi Public school, lecture
  • Dhaka, Bangladesh: Why science is so important. Rosatom, lecture
  • Yekaterinburg, Russia: Science communications workshop hosted by the British Embassy. Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center, moderator
  • Chennai, India: Why science is so important. Rosatom, lecture
  • Moscow, Russia: Data & Science: Large Hadron Collider.¬†Yandex, moderator
  • Sochi, Russia: Public talk on science communications with James Gillis (CERN). Innovation Ecosystem Forum, moderator
  • Moscow, Russia: Fact-checking and countering fakes. Thomson Reuters Foundation, master class
  • Moscow, Russia: Loud Allowed Contest. British Embassy, jury member
  • Moscow, Russia: SHIP, a New CERN Experiment. Yandex, moderator
  • Novosibirsk, Russia: US-Russia Innovation Dialogue, co-led by Howard Solomon (National Security Council) and Jared Cohen (State Department). US State Department, speaker
  • Berlin, Germany: Media policies as part of relations between Russia and the EU: the state of Russian media and blogs. Europ√§isches Jugendforum, speaker