I am a fellow of the James S. McDonnell Foundation working at The Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. I study problems in nonequilibrium statistical physics, optimization, and the intersection of these two topics. Generally, I apply these techniques to problems in biophysics and physical chemistry.

I have accepted a position as an Assistant Professor at Stanford University in the Chemistry department. Interested candidates for post-doctoral positions should contact me directly.

You can reach me at **rotskoff at cims.nyu.edu**

I did my Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley where I was advised by Phillip Geissler and Gavin Crooks.

## Recent publications

- Paper on Nonequilibrium importance sampling published in Physical Review Letters - April 17, 2019
- New paper Global convergence of neuron birth-death dynamics is on the arXiv. - February 8, 2019
- New paper Dynamical computation of the density of states using nonequilibrium importance sampling is on the arXiv. - October 7, 2018

You can also find a list of my publications at Google Scholar.