Fighting Back Against the Imperialist Bomb: North Korean Military Perception and Practice under Atomic Conditions in the mid-1950s.UCSD-UCLA Korean History Graduate Student Workshop, UCSD, Dec 2018.

Beyond Old Narratives: New Sources from Russia and Inspiration from Soviet Studies.” Wilson Center-Kyungnam University Workshop on Contemporary Korean History, Washington DC, Nov 2018.

People’s Anti-Atomic Defense: North Korean Military Perception and Practice Under Atomic Conditions in the mid-1950s.” Nuclear Proliferation International Historical Project (NPIHP) Visit to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, Oct 2018.

Catch Up and Surpass: Early History of North Korean Nuclear Culture and Technology.” 2018 Nuclear History Boot Camp, Allumiere, Jun 2018.

A reluctant journey: Soviet Koreans Dispatched to North Korea and their Roles in the Soviet Occupational Period, 1945-1948.” East Asian Lunch seminar, University of Oslo, Sep 2016.

“From ‘Enemy Nation’ to ‘Socialist Internationalist Agent’: Soviet Koreans Dispatched to North Korea and their Roles in the Soviet Occupational Period, 1945-1948.” Joint East Asian Studies Conference (JEAS) 2016, School of Oriental and African Studies, Sep 2016. (A relevant article in Sino-NK.)

“Социалистический интернационализм 1950-х гг.: братская поддержка послевоенного восстановления экономики КНДР и обучение северокорейских студентов в странах социалистического лагеря.” Россия и Корея в меняющемся мировом порядке: политика, экономика, культура, Far Eastern Federal University, May 2016.

“Reluctant Journey: the ‘Soviet Koreans’ and their Contribution to the Making of the North Korean Regime.” The 25th Columbia Conference on East Asia, Columbia University, February 2016.

“The Soviet Koreans in the Early History of North Korea, 1945-1948.” Third International Conference of NextGen Korean Studies Scholars (NEKST), University of Michigan, May 2015.