Benjamin Dozier
Benjamin Dozier
Email: benjamin.dozier@cornell.edu
Office: 507 Malott Hall, Cornell University
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I'm an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department at Cornell.
Before coming here, I was a Simons Instructor (research postdoc) in the math department at Stony Brook University. I received my PhD from Stanford University in 2018 under the direction of Maryam Mirzakhani and Alex Wright.
My research interests include Teichmüller theory, translation surfaces, random surfaces, moduli spaces, hyperbolic geometry, dynamics, and ergodic theory. And I like talking about an even broader range of topics...
My research is supported in part by NSF Grant DMS2247244, and by the Simons Foundation.
Research papers
 (with J. Sapir) Simple vs nonsimple loops on
random regular graphs. [journal  arxiv]
Journal of Graph Theory, 105 (2024), no. 5, 562579.
 Measure bound for translation surfaces with short saddle connections. [journal  arxiv]
Geometric and Functional Analysis, 33 (2023), no. 2, 421467.
 (with J. Sapir) Coarse density of subsets of moduli space. [journal  arxiv]
Annales de l'Institut Fourier, 71 (2021) no. 3, 11211134.
 Convergence of SiegelVeech constants. [journal 
arxiv]
Geometriae Dedicata, 198 (2019), 131142.
 (wrote Appendix to) Uniform distribution of saddle connection lengths in all SL(2,R) orbits, by Donald Robertson.
[journal]
Geometriae Dedicata 217 (2023), no. 4, 65.
Expository papers
 Compactifications of strata of differentials. [arxiv  pdf]
Writing for a general audience
 Closed geodesics on surfaces. [journal  pdf]
Snapshots of modern mathematics from Oberwolfach, 13 (2022).
Teaching

Current Cornell Teaching
 2024 Spring  Math 2220: Multivariable Calculus

Past Cornell Teaching
 2022 Fall  Math 2210: Linear Algebra

Past Stony Brook Teaching
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