Adam Jermyn recently joined Center for Computational Astrophysics as a Flatiron Research Fellow. Adam earned his PhD. in Astronomy from the University of Cambridge, and his B.S. in Physics from Caltech. In 2017, Adam won the Institute of Astronomy Paul Murdin Prize for best paper by a PhD student. In 2015, he won the APS LeRoy Apker Award, the Caltech George W. Housner Award for Original Research, and the Caltech Frederic W. Hinrichs, Jr. Memorial Leadership Award as well as many others. As part of a dynamic and growing group, Adam will develop algorithms and codes for computational astrophysics, analyze large astronomy data sets.