## science communication

## Solis-Lemus selected talks

### 2023

Botany conference. “Phylogenetic networks to study reticulate evolution” (*Jul 25*).

Toronto Workshop on Reproducibility. “Accessible reproducibility for biological researchers” (*Feb 23*). website

WID seminar. “Biological Networks from Adaptable Mathematics” (*Feb 1*)

### 2022

PBEE seminar at Emory University. “From phylogenetic networks to microbial networks: novel tools for networked data” (*Nov 18*)

Evolution conference: “Statistical challenges to infer phylogenetic networks” in the symposium of “Towards the Network of Life” (*June 28*)

Evolution conference. Invited panelist for the iEvoBio panel “Build it right from the start”. (*June 24*)

EEOB Seminar series in Iowa State U: Statistical challenges to infer phylogenetic networks (*May 5*)

Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks, RADsequencing for phylogenOMICs, Taxon-OMICS partners from Göttingen, München and Braunschweig (*Apr 6*)

### 2021

Coloquio de la Sociedad Matemática Mexicana: Biologia evolutiva a traves de los ojos de Ciencias de Datos (*Nov 25*) YouTube

ISCB EvolCompGen: Evolution & Comparative Genomics: Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Nov 2*) YouTube

I Congreso Latinoamericano de Evolucion: Metodos estadisticos para reconstruir redes filogeneticas (*Nov 30*)

Invited speaker by graduate students to Organisms and Evolution seminar talk at Duke University: Statistical challenges on phylogenetic networks (*Nov 11*)

American Math Society Special Session on Phylogenetic Networks: Identifiability of phylogenetic networks (*Oct 24*)

WI Science Festival Delta Beer Lab: The adventures of the statistician’s rule of thumg (*Oct 21*)

Biology seminar series (U. Florida) – From phylogenetic networks to microbial networks: statistical tools for networked data (*Oct 12*)

Kenneth B. Raper Symposium (UW-Madison) – Novel methods to reconstruct microbial networks with environmental or experimental predictors (*Sept 3*)

Think STEM! – Learning the Tree of Life with Data Science (*Aug 2*)

ClubEcoEvo Latinoamerica – Metodos estadisticos para estudiar comunidades microbianas (*July 23*) YouTube

Evolution 2021 – Behind the scenes of phylogenetic reconstruction with SNaQ (*June 21-25*)

BISP12 – Bayesian CAR-LASSO model to learn sparse networks with predictors (*May 28*)

INFORMS en espanol – Biologica evolutiva a traves de los ojos de ciencias de datos (*Mar 18*) YouTube

Algorithms and Complexity in Phylogenetics seminar, Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Mar 11*) YouTube

Department of Statistics – Ohio State University, Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Feb 25*)

Code conversations with Casey Dunn (*Feb 8*) YouTube

CIBM – UW-Madison, New challenges in phylogenetic inference (*Jan 26*)

Bioinformatics Institute – University of North Carolina, Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Jan 22*)

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Ohio State University, Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Jan 21*)

Wednesday at the Lab – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Through the looking glass of Data Science (*Jan 20*) YouTube (talk starts around minute 19); Ishtmus article

El Zoominario: Learning the Tree of Life (*Jan 8*) YouTube

### 2020

Department of Statistics – University of British Columbia:
Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Nov 10*)

Biology seminar – University of Central Florida: Comparative methods on phylogenetic networks (*Nov 9*)

The Biology Department – George Washington University: Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Oct 30* )

BadgerTalk – Cedarburg Public Library: Through the looking glass of Data Science (*Oct 15*)

Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University: Scalable inference of phylogenetic networks (*Sept 24*)

WID Symposium: Statistical methods for biological applications (*Aug 27*)

Virtual talk at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) on the Section of Statistical Methods in Phylogenetics and Metagenomics (*Aug 4*)

Methods in phylogenetic inference - SBE Meeting: What are phylogenetic networks and why should we care? (*Jul 28*). YouTube

Microbiome Hub Seminar - WID: Scalable Inference of Phylogenetic Networks (*May 7*)

Statistics seminar – UW-Madison: New challenges in phylogenetic inference (*Mar 4*)

Illuminating connections – WID: Identifying Genetic Factors Driving Microbial Phenotypes Through
the Power of Data Science (*Feb 12*)

### 2019

Nantucket developR - Nantucket, MA: From mindful programming to reproducible research
(*Nov 6*)

Bio-mathematics seminar - Georgia Tech: Phylogenetic inference for big data.
(*Oct 31*)

HAMLET seminar - UW-Madison: Using neural networks to predict antibiotic resistance from genomic data.
(*Oct 25*)

Taming the BEAST - Squamish, BC: Bayesian phylogenetic inference for big data.
(*Aug 16*)

Taming the BEAST - Squamish, BC: Statistical models on phylogenetic networks.
(*Aug 14*)

Molecular Evolution Workshop - Woods Hole, MA: Statistical models on phylogenetic networks
(*Aug 6*)

Women in STEM conference - Georgia State University: Through the looking glass of Data Science
(*Apr 5*)

### 2018

Statistics Seminar - Creighton University: Statistical methods to identify genes associated with disease
(*Oct 26*)

SACNAS - Data Science: The rise of the machines: Identifying genes associated with disease
(*Oct 12*)

SACNAS - Postdoctoral talks: Machine-learning the tree of life
(*Oct 13*)

JSM - Advanced statistical inference for stochastic models of evolutionary biology: Comparative methods in phylogenetic networks
(*Aug 1*)

20th IMS New Researchers Conference: Statistical inference of the Tree of Life
(*Jul 27*)

BUGS seminar - Georgia Institute of Technology: Statistical methods to reconstruct phylogenetic networks
(*Jan 25*)

### 2017

Microbiome group - Emory University: Statistical methods to reconstruct phylogenetic networks
(*Nov 29*)

Mathematical Approaches to Evolutionary Trees and Networks: Likelihood challenges for big trees and networks, Banff International Research Station, Canada
(*Feb 13*)

### 2016

Statistics Seminar: Phylogenetic inference for Big Data
(*Dec 14*)

Instituto de Biología - UNAM: Quartet-based inference of phylogenetic networks, Mexico City, Mexico (*Nov 24*)

Simposio de Inferencia y Modelación
Estadística: Bayesian
phylogenetic inference for big data, Guanajuato, Mexico
(*Nov 21*)

Advances in the analysis of reticulate population networks: Quartet-based inference of phylogenetic networks
Evolution, Austin, Texas
(*Jun 20*)

Phylogenomics symposium and software school: Quartet-based estimation of reticulate evolution
Evolution, Austin, Texas
(*Jun 16*)

### 2015

System Information Learning Optimization Seminar: Statistical inference of phylogenetic networks
(*Oct 28*)

Evolution Seminar Series: Statistical inference of phylogenetic networks
(*Oct 15*)

Bayesian Models and Inference: Bayesian species delimitation combining multiple genes and traits in a unified framework.
Joint Statistical Meetings, Seattle, Washington
(*Aug 11*)

Inferring phylogenetic networks from quartets with maximum pseudolikelihood estimation
Mathematical and Computational Evolutionary Biology, Porquerolles, France
(*Jun 22*)

The Hacker Within Short introduction on Julia
(*Apr 24*)

Advance Computing Initiative: Small tutorial on HTCondor
(*Mar 23*)

Networks seminar: Statistical inference on phylogenetic networks
(*Mar 11*)

### 2014

Seminario aleatorio: El papel de la Estadística en la inferencia del árbol de la vida
ITAM, Mexico City, Mexico
(*Oct 17*)