Co-founder at Aleph Zero
Adam is a Co-Founder of Aleph Zero and Cardinal Cryptography. He received a Ph.D. in mathematics for his work on applications of probabilistic methods in combinatorics. During his doctoral studies, he was a beneficent of a SET project for interdisciplinary research and SSDNM fellowship for mathematical sciences. While his main domain is combinatorics, he is open to new technologies and has several years of experience in data science and machine learning applied in neuroscience research. He has been working in various areas spanning from mathematical modeling to deep learning for several years. Adam is one of the authors of AlephBFT, Aleph Zero’s consensus protocol, as well as the designer of Aleph Zero’s zero-knowledge and multi-party computation stacks. He also collaborated on Casper’s Highway protocol.