Dr. Daniel M. Yellin

Director of the IBM Israel Software Lab

Dr. Daniel M. Yellin is the Director of the IBM Israel Software Lab (ILSL), responsible for IBM’s software development in Israel.

Previously he was Director, Programming Models, Runtimes and Tools Strategy, in IBM Research.

There he was responsible for setting the agenda across IBM’s worldwide Research labs in the area of programming languages, software engineering, open distributed computing models and runtimes, and pervasive computing.

  Prior to that, Dr.Yellin lead the Insurance Architecture team in IBM’s Software Group, and IBM’s Insurance Research Center (IRC), whose charter was the development of leading edge solutions for the insurance industry by conducting market and technology research.  

Dr. Yellin joined IBM in 1987 after completing a doctorate in computer science at Columbia University.

He has authored over 30 journal and conference papers as well as two computer science books.  He has held numerous positions in professional associations. In April 1999, Dr.Yellin was appointed IBM Distinguished Engineer. He serves on the Technology Council of the IBM Academy of Technology.  


Eli Baran, Office of the Chief Scientist

Dr. Orna Berry, Gemini Israel Funds

Prof. Israel (Izzy) Borovich

Yoni Cheifetz, Lightspeed Venture Partners

Ami Gal, Granot Ventures

Gadi Gilon

Yaniv Golan, AOL

Amir Goldstein, AfterDox

Sagi Hemetz, Blink

Gil Keret, Brooks-Keret

Dr. Nimrod Kozlovski, Adv

Yanki Margalit

Boris Nadion, Astrails

Lee-Bath Nelson, Plenus Venture Lending

Sinaia Netanyahu, Tahal

Ronen Nir, Carmel Ventures

Erez Ofer, Greylock Partners

Eliezer Oren, Matrix

Yifat Oron, Vertex Venture Capital

Gili Raanan, Sequoia Capital

Eran Raichstein, IBM

Tovi Riegler, SAP Labs Israel

Glen Schwaber, Israel Cleantech Ventures

Prof. Dafna Schwartz, BGU

David Shapiro, Earnix

Roostam Tiger, JVP

Dr. Daniel M. Yellin, IBM

Doron Ytshaki, Clalit Health Services

Itay Zandbank, Platonix Joint Ventures

Ronen Zaretzky, Isracard, Israel

Arik Zuckerman, IBM