Adam Forrest Kay studied Classics and physics at the University of Colorado, and did his graduate work in England and France. He is the recipient of many scholarships and academic distinctions. He has two PhDs, one in literature from the University of Cambridge and the other in mathematics from the University of Oxford. His maths dissertation discussed the possibility of three-dimensional Hydrodynamic Quantum Analogues, and in the summer of 2020 Adam will take up a research position at MIT to work with John Bush, the leading scholar in the field of HQA. Adam's current research interests centre around realist models of quantum mechanics, relativity theory, and partial differential equations, particularly variable coefficient wave equations.
His first book THE TRAQUILIZING PHILOSOPHY will be published by Basic Books in the US and Scribe in Australia & New Zealand.