Sam AdamDay (he/him)
AI and Mathematics PhD Researcher at the University of Oxford
I am interested in various topics related to ML/AI, specifically AI safety. Currently I am in my final of a PhD at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford.
Check out my GitHub page.
The following are broadly my current research interests. See also my list of publications.
 Multiagent cooperation
 Graph machine learning
 Active learning with large language models
 Logic/set theory
The best way to contact me is by email: me@samadamday.com.
News
Sep 25, 2023  My paper ZeroOne Laws of Graph Neural Networks has been accepted for publication at the NeurIPS Conference. 

Sep 18, 2023  I’ve started a new job as a Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford, advised by Michael Benedikt 
Aug 1, 2023  My collaborators and I have written a new paper, The Intermediate Logic of Convex Polyhedra. 
Mar 16, 2023  My joint paper Polyhedral completeness of intermediate logics: the Nerve Criterion has been published by the Journal of Symbolic Logic. 
Selected Publications

 Topology and its Applications, 2022
 The Journal of Symbolic Logic, 2022