Otis Chodosh
I'm a fourth 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 381D in the math department (building 380).
My email is "ochodosh [at] math.stanford.edu."
I am not teaching during Fall 2014. See my past teaching here.
Expository/Lecture Notes are available here.
Research:

On the maximum curvature of closed curves in negatively curved manifolds (joint with Simon Brendle)
Submitted.

Submitted. [arXiv:1405.7356]

Isoperimetric structure of asymptotically conical manifolds (joint with Michael Eichmair and Alexander Volkmann)
Submitted.

Submitted. [arXiv:1403.6108]

To appear in Geometry & Topology.
[arXiv:1401.3738]

This research was carried out by our group mainly during a 2012 SURIM REU. Submitted. [arXiv:1312.2929]

To appear in Communications in Mathematical Physics. [arXiv:1305.6628] [Journal]

Submitted. [arXiv:1304.0277]

Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations, vol. 51(1), pp. 115 (2014). [arXiv:1303.2983] [Journal] [MR 3247379]

Journal of Functional Analysis, vol. 262, no. 10, pp. 45704581 (2012). [arXiv:1111.0058] [Journal] [MR 2900478]

This is my Part III essay, supervised by Clément Mouhot. A condensed version may be found in the above paper. [arXiv:1105.2883]

A condensed version of my undergraduate thesis (also including an application of the result to prove a commutator characterization for isotropic pseudodifferential operators similar to the one proven by Beals for standard pseudodifferential operators).
Methods and Applications of Analysis, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 351372 (2011). [arXiv:1101.4459] [Journal] [MR 2965982]

This is my undergraduate honors thesis, supervised by András Vasy.