I'm a third year graduate student studying mathematics at Stanford University. My advisor is Simon Brendle.
Before graduate school at Stanford, I completed Part III of Cambridge's Mathematical Tripos, where I was a member of Churchill College. Prior to my stint in the UK, I was an undergraduate math and physics major at Stanford.
My office is 381-D in the math department (building 380).
My email is "ochodosh [at] math.stanford.edu."
I am the CA for Math 171 "Real Analysis" during Spring Quarter 2014. My office hours are 2:10-4:30 on Mondays and 2:10-3:50 on Wednesdays in 381-D. See my past teaching here.
I'm currently co-organizing the Student Geometry and Analysis seminar with Chris Henderson. This year we are holding a learning seminar on elliptic regularity, following the book Elliptic Partial Differential Equations by Han and Lin. The schedule is available here. For more information, or to participate, please contact one of the organizers. A list of talks from previous years is available at the website.
Notes from Richard Bamler's course on Ricci flow. These were a joint effort with Christos Mantoulidis. In progress.
Notes from Brian White's course on minimal surfaces. These were a joint effort with Christos Mantoulidis. Last updated: June 11, 2013.
Notes for several (expository) talks I gave in Rafe Mazzeo's course "Classics in Analysis." The notes are on linearization stability of scalar curvature and the Einstein equations in the sense of Fischer-Marsden.
Notes from Brian White's course on flat chains. Last updated: September 27, 2012.