I am Oded Stein, a postdoctoral researcher at the Massachusett Institute for Technology’s Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab in the Geometric Data Processing Group with Prof. Justin Solomon. You can contact me at ostein@mit.edu.

My interests include geometry processing, numerical mathematics and optimization, simulation, differential geometry and algebraic topology. If it has anything to do with geometry, I am interested!

You can find my list of publications here. From time to time, I contribute code to Libigl, my favorite geometry processing library. Here you can find a collection of meshes with minimal licensing requirements, which I like to use to generate examples for research projects.

I am always happy to collaborate with fellow researchers. Just send me an email!

Short biography:

Oded Stein received a BSc in Mathematics in 2013 and a MSc in Mathematics in 2015 from ETH Zurich under the supervision on Prof. Ralf Hiptmair of the Seminar for Applied Mathematics. He was awarded the ETH Excellence Scholarship for his Master’s studies and earned a distinction for his MSc degree. He received his PhD in 2020 from Columbia University under the supervision of Eitan Grinspun, and he has done an industry internship at Pixar research. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at MIT’s Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab with the gracious support of the Swiss National Science Foundation’s Early Postdoc-Mobility fellowship.

Cheeseman cartoon figure created by Alec Jacobson.