This google calendar attempts to tell you what is happening in topology seminars across the area.
I study low-dimensional topology and use Heegaard Floer homology and combinatorics a lot in my work. Currently I am mostly focused on problems concerning Dehn surgery and properties of alternating links.
My papers on the arXiv. Eventually, I intend to include links to their available published versions, and in the meantime you can consult my CV if you want to pursue doing so yourself.
I gave a talk entitled Floer homology and Dehn surgery at the Casa Matemática Oaxaca on August 1, 2017. The talk was targeted at experts on the subject. I gently edited the slides to omit pauses, unomit omissions, etc. There is a video recording online of the actual talk.
I gave a talk entitled Perspectives on Dehn surgery (evocative of the summer school I am organizing) at the Texas Geometry / Topology Conference at the University of Texas, Austin on November 17, 2017.