Adam Jermyn, Ph.D.

Researcher, Cambridge, MA , Flatiron Institute

Adam Jermyn was a CCA Flatiron Research Fellow from 2019 to 2022, where he worked on computational tools for stellar evolution and stellar evolution in the disks of active galactic nuclei. He also worked to understand the effects of convection and other turbulent processes in stars. Prior to joining the CCA, he received his doctorate in astronomy from the University of Cambridge and his bachelor’s degree in physics from Caltech. Currently, Adam is an independent researcher in Cambridge MA working on problems in AI interpretability, safety and existential risk.

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