“Problem Solving and Data Analysis: Think Like an Artist/Filmmaker/Musician” RAND-AUD Hacking Equity 2, Shirley Tse and Todd Richmond. https://youtu.be/SQaG7P8xwT0 2022
“Money, Marketing, and the Metaverse,” The Peggy Smedley Show, https://peggysmedleyshow.com/money-marketing-and-the-metaverse 2022
“Trust and Truth Decay: Digital Health Just Keeps Getting Harder” panel discussion, USC Center for Body Computing 15th Virtual Conference 2021
“Creative Practices Under Quarantine” RAND Magnetic Workplace. With Shirley Tse 2020
“Opt-in for the Greater Good: How Far is Too Far?” AMP Music Summit https://ampmusicsummit.com 2020
“The Risk-Trust Conundrum” USC Qi Innovation Series, Los Angeles, CA 2020
“The Analog – Digital Conundrum: Why There Are No Solutions And What To Do About It.” Invited talk, Lawrence Livermore National Lab Center for Global Security and Research. Livermore, CA 2019
“New Models for Experiential Learning, Experimentation and Collaboration – or – What is a Tech&Narrative Lab and Why Does It Belong In a Public Policy School?” panel discussion, NASPAA annual conference, Los Angles, CA 2019
“Why a Tech & Narrative Lab at a Public Policy School?” Santa Clara University, CA 2019
“The Analog-Digital Conundrum – why there are no solutions, and what to do about it” Betaworks Studios, New York, NY 2019
“Connection: Building or Destroying Personal Relationships? panel discussion Greater Good Gathering 2.0, New York, NY 2019
“Making Technology Matter (to Humans): The Search for Egg Yolks” keynote talk at LAIPLA Techtainment 4.0 conference, Playa Vista, CA 2018
“New Immersive Mediums: The Search for Egg Yolks” keynote talk at IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Symposium, San Francisco, CA 2018
“Emerging Technologies: Implications for Operations” keynote talk at AUSA Hot Topics, Richmond, VA 2018
“Digital Changed Everything: Applications and Implications for Policy, Governance, and Society” keynote talk Summit on Government Performance and Innovation 2018, Los Angeles, CA 2018
“Why a USD Chemistry Grad Ends Up as Faculty at a Film School and Other Tall Tales” invited talk, University of San Diego Schaeffer Seminar Series, San Diego, CA 2018
“The Promise and Peril of Living Virtual Worlds” panel discussion, part of the Lens of Disruption series at USC Annenberg School of Communication, Los Angeles, CA 2018
“Living Immersive: The Search for Egg Yolks.” invited talk, TII/Vanguard Technology Innovation conference, Marina del Rey, CA 2018
“A Matter of Scale – Scale Matters” panel discussion at IEEE Vis, Phoenix, AZ 2017
“The Future of Communication and Collaboration” invited talk at Microsoft IOP event, Dearborn, MI 2017
“What Form Will the Virtual Assistant for Healthcare Take?” panel discussion (moderator) at 11th Annual USC Center for Body Computing Conference, Los Angeles, CA 2017
“The Art of Science – and Vice Versa” invited talk USC mHealth Collaboratory, Los Angeles, CA 2017
“Science and Technology Futures Initiative” poster presentation, Citizen Science Conference, Minneapolis, MN 2017
“The Innovation Spectrum: Exploring Left of Boom” paper presentation, Modsim World 2017, Virginia Beach, VA 2017
“AR/VR: The Promise and the Danger Beyond the Hype” panel presentation, South by Southwest (SxSW) Interactive, Austin, TX 2017
“Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality” panel presentation, ENGAGE – The LA Digital Storytelling Conference, Sony Studios, Culver City, CA 2017
“Emulsional Worlds: There Are No Solutions” keynote address, 2017 Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, Kona, HI, Jan 2017
“AI – Beyond the Final Frontier” panel presentation at Techtainment 2.0: Technology + Entertainment, LAIPLA, Los Angeles, CA, Novermber 2016
“VR and Science” panel presentation for Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Science Seminar, Los Angeles, CA September 2016.
Closing remarks, 10th Annual USC Body Computing Conference, Los Angeles, CA September 2016.
“Breaking Time and Space: Implications for Humans” presentation to USC Staff Assembly, Los Angeles, CA September 2016.
“Implications of AR and VR in K-12 Education,” keynote presentation to Acer America Education Advisory Council, San Jose, CA May 2016.
“The USC Virtual Care Clinic – Borderless Healthcare,” panel presentation, Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions, San Francisco, CA May 2016.
“The Future of Interfaces,” invited talk, Singularity/X-Prize Innovation Partner Program, Palo Alto, CA April 2016
“Virtual Physicians – The Future of Healthcare,” SxSW Interactive, Austin, TX March 2016.
“VR and Emerging Technologies,” w/IEEE at Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Las Vegas, NV January 2016.
“Emulsional Worlds,” invited talk, TBWA\Chiatt\Day Technology and Narrative Workshop, December 2015.
“New Mixed Realities,” NewCo Los Angeles, Playa Vista, CA November 2015
“Inside the Business: Creative VR Content,” moderator, Trojan Entertainment Network event, Los Angeles, CA November 2015
Closing remarks, 9th Annual USC Body Computing Conference, Los Angeles, CA October 2015
“Breaking Time and Space: Blended is the New Reality” keynote address, Global Tech Summit, Playa Vista, CA August 2015
“Immersive Training Environment” invited panel participant, Training and Simulation Industry Symposium, Orlando, FL June 2015
“The Future of Education: Emerging Technologies” invited panel speaker, Schools That Can 2015 National Forum, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA May 2015
“Creativity and Innovation.” Speaker, USC Executive Town Hall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA Mar 2015
“Mixed Reality Habitats.” SxSW Interactive panel presentation, Austin, TX Mar 2015
“Human Dimension Realistic Training.” Invited panel speaker, Force 2025 Industry Forum, CAC-T, Ft. Leavenworth, KS Feb 2015
“Empathy and Constituencies – Seeing the World Through Other’s Eyes,” guest lecturer, MOR 571, USC Marshall School of Business (2012-2015).
“What’s the Next Big Thing in Gaming.” Invited speaker, SoCal Innovation Forum, Pasadena, CA Dec 2014
“Wearables, Internet of Things, and Hardware.” Invited panel speaker, USC Innovation Forum, Los Angeles, CA Oct 2014
“Immersive/Mixed Realities: Your Future.” Invited talk, 8th Annual Body Computing Conference, Los Angeles, CA Oct 2014
“Future Holistic Training Environment – Live Synthetic.” Invited panel speaker, CAC-T Industry Forum, Ft. Eustis, VA, June 2014
“Living in the V.A.P.O.R. – Dealing with Multiple Streams in Work and Play.” Invited talk, 2014 Microsoft Innovation Outreach Partnership Forum, Burbank, CA, May 2014.
“Building the Holodeck.” Invited panel speaker, AUSA Winter Conference, Hunstville, AL. February 2014
“Analog Soul – Digital World.” Todd Richmond. TEDx Venice Beach, September 2013.
“Assessing Learning From a Mixed-Media Mobile Counter-IED Trainer.” M.J. Hays, T.M. Silva, T. Richmond, peer-reviewed paper in Proceedings of the 34th Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference. December 2011
“Rapid Development of a Mixed-Media, Deployable Counter-IED Trainer.” M.J. Hays, T.M. Silva, T. Richmond, peer-reviewed paper in proceedings of the 33rd Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference. December 2010
“Networked Publics: Selected Essays on Digital Media, Culture and Life.” MIT Press, 2008.
“Social Software in Education: Backchannel and other Disruptive Technologies.” Part of a special workshop at the 40th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, January 2007
“Open Education Resources: Coherent Anarchy?” DIY Media Seminar, USC Annenberg Center for Communication, October 2006
“Research, Development and Investment in Entertainment Technologies and Media Studies Innovation: From the University to Industry Application.” Moderator for panel discussion, University Project at Digital Hollywood. October 2006
“Network Futures: NeutralNet.” Multimedia presentation for Netpublics Conference, production and narration. With Francois Bar. May 2006
Network Futures: TCNOtopia,” Multimedia presentation for Netpublics Conference, production and narration. With Wally Baer. May 2006
Network Futures: Automata,” Multimedia presentation for Netpublics Conference, production and narration. With Shahram Ghandeharizadeh and Fernando Ordonez. May 2006
“Envisioning the Future of Digital Entertainment.” Moderator for panel discussion, University Project at Digital Hollywood, March 2006
“Social Software Applications in Academia.” Special workshop at the 39th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, January 2006
“Digital Lifestyle in the University.” Moderator for panel discussion, University Project at Digital Hollywood, September 2005
“Envisioning the Future of Digital Entertainment.” Moderator for panel discussion, University Project at Digital Hollywood, March 2005
“Socialware for Learning Environments.” Special workshop at the 38th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, January 2005
“Integrating the Digital Lifestyle into the University.” Moderator for panel discussion, University Project at Digital Hollywood, September 2004
“Engineered Metal Binding Sites on Green Fluorescent Protein.” Todd A. Richmond, Terry Takahashi, Riti Shimkhada, and Jennifer Bernsdorf, peer-reviewed paper in Biochemistry & Biophysics Research Communications, v. 268, No. 2, pp. 462-465, 2000
“Design and Engineering of a Protein-Based Metal Sensor” Riti Shimkhada, Terry Takahashi, Todd A. Richmond. Paper Presentation, 1st Annual CORE21 Technology Transfer Symposium, Ontario, CA 1998
“Engineering Green Fluorescence Protein: Development of a New Class of Protein-Based Metal Sensors” Terry Takahashi, Jennifer Bernsdorf and Todd A. Richmond. Poster Presentation, 1997 Southern California Conference of Undergraduate Research, Los Angeles, CA 1997
“Using the World Wide Web in a Biochemistry Lecture Course: Protein Structure Modeling and Student Publishing” Todd A. Richmond. Paper Presentation, 203rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA 1997
“Using the World Wide Web to Augment Chemistry Laboratory Education” Kersey A. Black and Todd A. Richmond. Presentation, 203rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA 1997
“Synthesis, Characterization, and Molecular Modeling analysis of photoaffinity labeling compounds for TCHQ Dehalogenase” Melissa Homesley and Todd A. Richmond. Poster Presentation, 1996 Southern California Conference of Undergraduate Research, Los Angeles, CA
“Direct pKa measurement of an active site residue by site-directed mutagenesis, chemical modification and 15N-NMR” Todd A. Richmond and John H. Richards. Poster presentation, 7th Symposium of The Protein Society, San Diego, CA 1993
“Structural requirements for catalysis: Site saturation studies of residue 132 in RTEM- 1 beta-lactamase.” Todd A. Richmond and John H. Richards. Poster presentation, 6th Symposium of The Protein Society, San Diego, CA 1992
“Combinatorial mutagenesis studies on active site residues of RTEM-1 beta-lactamase.” Todd A. Richmond, Wonhwa Cho, William J. Healy, John H. Richards. Poster presentation, 4th Symposium of The Protein Society, San Diego, CA 1990