Sam Madden

Sam Madden

Biography

Professor Madden's research is in the area of database systems, focusing on query processing over streams, sensors, and other networked information sources. He joined the faculty in January, 2004 receiving his Ph.D. in 2003 from the University of California, Berkeley.

Awards

  • Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research: Best Paper Award (2013)
  • Association for Computing Machinery: EuroSys Conference Best Paper Award (2012)
  • IBM: Faculty Research Award (2007)
  • Sloan Foundation: Research Fellowship (2007)
  • International Conference on Very Large Data Bases: Best Paper Award (2007)
  • Association for Computing Machinery: Best Demo Award, SenSys Conf. (2006)
  • Association for Computing Machinery: Best Paper Award| MOBICOM Conf (2006)
  • National Science Foundation: Career Award (2005)
  • Technology Review: TR35 - Top 35 Innovator Under the Age of 35 (2005)
  • International Conference on Very Large Data Bases: Best Paper Award (2004)
  • UC Berkeley: C.V. Ramamoorthy Distinguished Research Award (2003)