Subversive Thoughts about Logic. As participant in Ohio Colleges Speaker's Circuit. Kenyon College; February, 1991 and Oberlin College; November, 1991.
Quantum Logic. Denison Scientific Association. November, 1991.
Non-Euclidean Geometry. Denison Honors Program Chowder Hour November, 1991.
Nonclassical Logics for Classical Mechanics. As participant in Ohio Colleges Speaker's Circuit. Wooster College; November, 1992.
Nonstandard Logics and Zeno's Arrow. Undergraduate Physics Colloquium. Denison University; February, 1993.
Three-valued Subversive Thoughts about Logic. Denison Scientific Association; February, 1995.
Quantum Information Theory. Undergraduate Physics Colloquium. Denison University; March, 1995.
Three-valued Logics and Zeno's Arrow. As participant in Ohio Colleges Speaker's Circuit. Ohio Wesleyan University; April, 1995.
Classical Information Capacity of a Quantum Channel. Special session on quantum information theory at the annual meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Orlando, Florida; January, 1996.
An Information Theoretic Interpretation of von Neumann Entropy. PhysComp 96 meeting in Boston, Massachusetts; November 1996
Quantum Coherent Information and Quantum Privacy. Ohio Section of the American Physical Society Fall 1997 meeting in Miami, Ohio; October, 1997.
Capacities of Quantum Channels and Quantum Coherent Information. First NASA International Conference on Quantum Computing and Quantum Communications in Palm Springs, California; February, 1998.
The Weirdest Thing we do not Know: Quantum Entanglement. Denison Faculty Luncheon; March 3, 1998.
Quantum Entanglement: The Weirdest Thing we do not Know. As a participant in Ohio Colleges Speaker's Circuit. Kenyon College; March 17, 1998.
Classical Capacity of Quantum Channels, Coherent Quantum Information and Quantum Privacy, 1998 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in August, 1998.
Optimal Signal Ensembles, 1999 Colloquium on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics; University of Maryland Baltimore County; August, 1999.
Relative Entropy and Multiparty Entanglement, Special session on quantum information theory at the annual meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Washington, D.C.; January, 2000.
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