This is the personal website of Adam Furman. Find out more on the About Me page, or view a CV-style list of my works on the Works page.

I am a recent graduate of Brown University, with a degree in mathematical physics and computer science. I will be continuing my studies at the University of Oxford. I specialize in computational physics, computer security, and the intersection of science and society. I think a lot about education, representation, science communication, and media.

This website hosts my various projects and interests. Please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Writing and Articles

Most of these can also be found on the Works page, but they are here for easier reading online.

Farewell and Manifesto to the Physics DUG at Brown University Designing the Ion Gate of a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer Procopius' Secret History as Conspiracy Theory A Subspace of One's Own: Gender Bias Corrections in Natural Language Algorithms Learn for the State: A Family Story of Educational Mobility Answers in Genesis? Science Denial's Dubious Biblical Basis Salt More Precious than Gold Your Situation and Mine: Narrative as Psychological Insight in the Nights Laplace Transforms and Applications to Physics An Overview of Rotating Black Holes