If you're looking for the slides or recording from a public talk, panel appearance, podcast interview, etc., that I've given then you're in the right place. I try to collect them all here for anyone (usually me) that tries to find them later.
I do not post the slides used for non-public presentations or talks given internally within an organization. As it turns out, that's the vast majority of the talks I have given to date. If you're looking for the slides from a non-public talk, shoot me an e-mail and I'll see if I can't find them for you
GRCon19 - Keynote: "GNU Radio Project Update"
GRCon19 - Tech Talk: "Open Source Licensing"
GRCon19 - Tech Talk: "SigMF."
DARPA SC2 SCE - Emcee / Subject Matter Expert
Scanner School Guest - Podcast: "The Building Blocks of SDR – GNU Radio"
Hanselminutes Guest - Podcast: "The magic of Software Defined Radio with Ben Hilburn"
DARPA SC2 PE2 - Emcee / Subject Matter Expert
NVIDIA GTC Silicon Valley 2019 - Tech Talk: "Machine Learning for Radio Communications with TensorRT and Xavier"
NVIDIA GTC DC 2018 - Tech Talk: "Deep Learning for RF Sensing and Learned Communications"
GRCon18 - Keynote: "GNU Radio Project Update"
GRCon18 - Workshop: "Open Source Licensing Workshop"
GRCon18 - Workgroup: "SigMF Breakout Session"
ISART 2018 - Talk & Panel: "Preparing the Road: Recent advances in infrastructure"
NVIDIA GTC Silicon Valley 2018 - Tech Talk: "Designing Wireless Systems with Deep Learning - An Autoencoder-Based Approach to PHY Layer Design" -- Blog Post
GRCon17 - Tutorial: "A Crash Course in Software Licensing"
HACKtheMACHINE 2017 - Talk: "Open-Source SDR"
IEEE DySPAN 2017 - Talk: "Intro to SigMF"
Wireless Innovation Forum 2016 - Talk: "Software Radio Tools"
Wireless@VT Symposium 2013 - Tutorial: "Intro to Software-Defined Radio"
Going further back, most of my talks were research presentations at IEEE conferences. Unfortunately, I didn't do a good job of keeping track of them or the slidedecks I used. If you're looking for something in particular, shoot me an e-mail. At the very least, I might be able to point you to a paper.