|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), SB||1997|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MENG||1998|
Adrian Danieli is the Founder and CEO of Zooble, a boutique, mobile-app developer in San Francisco specializing in social media applications. He is also the Chief Architect of Kabam, SF Studio, where he helps develop the company’s massively multiplayer social games.
In 2007, Adrian joined Ooga Labs, an incubator for consumer web companies. As Chief Architect, he helped define and guide the technology choices across all of their products. Adrian joined WonderHill, a casual games company, full-time when it was spun out of Ooga Labs. Kabam acquired WonderHill in 2010. Prior to WonderHill, Adrian spent over 7 years leading a variety of engineering efforts at Tickle. Tickle sold to Monster in 2004.
Adrian received a Bachelor’s and a Masters of Engineering degree from MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, where he focused on computer systems architecture and artificial intelligence. He was also an organizer for 6.270, MIT’s Autonomous Robot Design Competition.