Gunnar Carlsson, Harlan Sexton, and Benjamin Mann met as Ph.D. mathematics students at Stanford University...
They conceptualized computational topology and Topological Data Analysis (TDA), which today is the foundation of Ayasdi’s technology.
Gunnar Carlsson joined Harlan Sexton on a project to apply algebraic methods to parallel computation in signal processing.
US government research agencies DARPA and NSF award $10M in grants to Stanford, with Gunnar Carlsson as the principal investigator, to apply Topological Data Analysis (TDA) to real world problems. This effort was joined by Ayasdi co-founder Harlan Sexton.
Ph.D. mathematics student, Gurjeet Singh, joins his Stanford professor Gunnar Carlsson on the Topological Data Analysis research project.
Gurjeet creates the first software program applying Topological Data Analysis: Mapper.
Gurjeet, Gunnar and Harlan founded Ayasdi to commercialize Topological Data Analysis (TDA).
Ayasdi receives a $2 million seed round of capital from FLOODGATE.
$10M Series A round led by Khosla Ventures.
Ayasdi launches a new website and moves to a new office in downtown Palo Alto.
Steve Harrick of IVP joins the Board.
Enabling biomarker identification, drug target discovery, and Precision Medicine.
Automates the discovery and optimization of clinical pathways