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Adam Green

from South England, born April 97, male, he/him


  • (for Tryal.AI stuff)
  • (for academicy stuff)
  • One of the two above for anything else
  • Twitter: @TheGreenWords
  • Instagram: @TheGreenPixels

Current Project

  • Working full time as a Research Assistant.
  • Building Tryal.AI, an AI tool that can generate realistic Maths mock exams


  • South Downs College, Graduated 2015
    • A-Level Maths (A)
    • A-Level Computing (A)
    • A-Level Further Maths (B)
    • A-Level Physics (B)
  • King's College London, Graduated 2018
    • BSc Computer Science, dissertation on "Using Autonomous Planning for efficient train scheduling" (or something like that)
    • Layton Science Award
  • King's College London, Ongoing
    • PhD Artificial Intelligence (focusing on AI Planning)
    • Mitacs Globalink award - Spent 3 months funded in Toronto working with specialists at UofT on my research
    • Set up The Planning Wiki, a "compendium of all things planning" (or something like that)


  • Private Maths Tutor, Since 2016, Ongoing
    • Primarily teaching GCSE and A-Level mathematics (and occasionally Computer Science)
    • Work with Gifted & Talented students to excel at mathematics
    • Boosting confidence of lower performing students, to help them reach their full potential
    • Work with SEN students to help them get back into education, either mainstream or home supported
  • Red Badger, Summer 2016, Internship
    • Worked with Node.js and Serverless tech to build a DevOps tool to alert their developers to critical client tickets
    • React Native work developing the front end to build full stack experience
  • Teaching Assistant, King's College London, since 2018
    • Worked to teach AI Planning (PDDL, some Java), and Practical Experiences of Programming (C++ & Scala)
    • Helped create, manage and assess coursework for 200 students, along side a team of TAs
  • Research Assistant, King's College London, since 2020

Opportunities & Other General stuff

  • Cyber 9/12 Atlantic Council Competition, 2016
    • Competed as part of a cross-disciplinary team to develop mock intergovernmental policy in response to a simulated evolving cyber threat to NATO members
    • Served as technical advisor, support to team to understand the ins and outs of different cyber threats
    • Won first place along side team against over 30 other competing teams, from across Europe and North America, including beating West Point Naval Academy
  • Tech Lead - KCLSU Media, formerly King's TV and KCL Radio, 2017
    • Helped manage IT and technical resources across King's TV and KCL Radio
    • Helped with acquisition and installation of new equipment for the Radio Studio, including a complete strip down and refit

Skills & Experience

  • Programming: C, C++, C#, Lua, Python, Java, Javascript, Rust, Scala, F#, Haskell,
  • DevOps/Systemy stuff: Bash, Docker, Singularity (Scientific docker basically)
  • Cloud Services experience: DigitalOcean, Azure, AWS


I'm Adam, a 20 something* programmer, scientist and engineer from the South of England. I wanted to be a film and TV writer and director, but some how ended up becoming a Computer Scientist. I try to remain well-versed in both the theory and practical knowledge in my field and generally across the board. In my spare time I (surprisingly) like watching TV and Movies, Cycling, spending time with my partner, and any kind of board game that involves some kind of deception or motive obfuscation.

I'm always happy to answer any questions one might have, so please feel free to drop me a line above, and see if I can be of any use.

*I use to save me the effort of rewriting in April

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