My name is Benjamin Good and I originally hail from the little town of Gettysburg in south-central Pennsylvania. I am currently a graduate student in physics at Harvard University (after studying physics and mathematics at Swarthmore college for undergrad), although my interests tend to drift toward the more interdisciplinary area of complex systems science. I am particularly interested in the interplay between complexity, ignorance, and randomness, a curiosity motivated by the many interesting and complicated systems whose behavior can be captured by ignoring or randomizing just the right level of detail. More information can be found in my curriculum vitae.
From this website you can access a number of the projects and papers I am involved in or have previously worked on. Any comments or suggestions will be happily received by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.