Otis Chodosh comes to Stanford from Princeton and the Institute of Advanced Study where he was Veblen Research Instructor from 2016-2019. Chodosh earned his PhD at Stanford in 2015, with Simon Brendle as his advisor and Michael Eichmair as his co-advisor, his Masters of Advanced Studies in Mathematics from University of Cambridge in 2011, and his undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Physics at Stanford in 2010.
He has just been awarded the 3 year Terman Fellowship by the Dean of Natural Sciences in the School of Humanities & Sciences which will provide additional support for Professor Chodosh to pursue his own research and continuing scientific development. In 2015 he was awarded the Walter J. Gores Award, Stanford University’s highest award for excellence in teaching. In 2010, he was awarded a Gates scholarship for his studies at Cambridge.
His research interests include geometric analysis and PDE. He has extensive teaching experience at Princeton, Cambridge, and here at Stanford. He is also involved in helping to organize the department’s Geometry Seminar.
Chodosh is teaching Math 53 (Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra) this Fall and will teach Math 62CM (Modern Mathematics: Continuous Methods) in the Spring.