|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), PhD|
|University of Cambridge, MPhil|
|Computer Speech, Text and Internet Technology|
|Brandeis University, B.S|
Daniel Abadi is a recognized expert in database systems and one of the inventors of the patent-pending Adaptive Analytical Platformâ„¢.
Daniel received his PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his dissertation on column-store database systems led to the founding of Vertica (recently aquired by Hewlett Packard). He is a recipient of a Churchill Scholarship, an NSF CAREER Award, a Sloan Research Fellowship, the 2008 SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award, and the 2007 VLDB best paper award.
In addition to serving as Chief Scientist at Hadapt, he also serves as a faculty member in Yale Universityâ€™s Computer Science department.