Benjamin Dozier

Assistant Professor

Research Focus

Dynamical systems, Riemann surfaces

I primarily study translation surfaces and Riemann surfaces, and their moduli spaces.  A central theme is the rich interplay between concrete problems concerning dynamics on individual surfaces and more abstract questions about moduli spaces.   Recently I have used various compactifications of these moduli spaces.  My work has connections to algebraic geometry, hyperbolic geometry, homogeneous dynamics, ergodic theory, geometry of numbers, and probability theory.   


  • Equations of linear subvarieties of strata of differentials (with Frederick Benirschke and Samuel Grushevsky), arXiv:2011.11664 (2020), to appear in Geometry and Topology.
  • Measure bound for translation surfaces with short saddle connections, arXiv:2002.10026 (2020).
  • Coarse density of subsets of Mg (with Jenya Sapir), arXiv:1908.04458 (2019), to appear in Ann. Inst. Fourier.
  • Equidistribution of saddle connections on translation surfaces, J. Mod. Dyn. 14 (2019), 87–120.
  • Convergence of Siegel-Veech constants, Geom. Dedicata 198 (2019), 131–142.

MATH Courses - Spring 2024

MATH Courses - Fall 2024