Otis Chodosh

I am a Veblen Instructor in the math department at Princeton and the IAS. My research interests include geometric analysis and PDE. My email is ochodosh AT math DOT princeton DOT edu.

I previously spent a year at Cambridge as a postdoc. I recieved my Ph.D. from Stanford in 2015, advised by Simon Brendle and co-advised by Michael Eichmair. Before graduate school at Stanford, I completed Part III of Cambridge's Mathematical Tripos, where I was a member of Churchill College. Before that, I was an undergraduate math and physics major at Stanford.


During Fall 2018, I am teaching MAT192, a multivariable calculus course for engineering students (integrated with a first-year physics sequence, PHY192). See my past teaching here.


Expository/lecture Notes are available here.


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