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 will be a TA for the Summer 2014 MSRI Geometry and Analysis graduate summer school. See my past teaching here.
In 2013-2014, I organized the Student Geometry and Analysis seminar with Chris Henderson. We're on haitus for the summer, but for more information 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.