I gave the following invited conference talks in the recent years.

April 2012. Invited talk: "Homology groups in model theory". ASL Annual Meeting in Madison, WI.

March 2012. Invited talk: "Amalgamation functors and homology groups in model theory".
AMS Sectional Meeting in Manoa, HI.

April 2009. Invited talk: "Eliminating groupoid imaginaries in firstorder theories". Logic
Seminar, University of Illinois at Chicago.

March 2009. Invited talk: "Groupoids and uniqueness in stable theories". MidAtlantic Model
Theory Seminar, Robert Morris University.

April 2008. Invited talk: "Eventual categoricity, amalgamation properties, and tameness". Midwest Model Theory Meeting, University of Illinois at Chicago.

March 2008. Invited talk: "The amalgamation spectrum". Association of Symbolic Logic Meeting.

November 2007. Colloquium talk: "Model theory". American University.

October 2007. Invited talk: "Stability and tameness". AMS meeting, Special Session on Model
Theory of Nonelementary Classes
In addition, I regularly attend and give talks at Maryland Logic Seminar at the University of Maryland. Here are the titles of the recent talks there:
 May 2012. "Saturated pairs spectrum"
 October 2011. "Objects witnessing failure of \(n\)uniqueness"
 October 2010. "Homology groups in model theory," Parts I, II, and III.
 September 2010. "The prism lemma"
 April 2010. "The properties of \(n\)existence and \(n\)uniqueness, revisited"
 February 2010. "Groupoids and their symmetric witnesses"