His research has been recognized by four Communications of the ACM Research Highlights, four IEEE Micro Top Picks, recently one more nominations for Communications of the ACM Research Highlights, one more honorable mention in IEEE Micro Top Picks, and a Distinguished Paper Award in HPCA 2016.
Hadi has received the Air Force Young Investigator Award (2017), College of Computing Outstanding Junior Faculty Research Award (2017), Qualcomm Research Award (2017 and 2016), Google Research Faculty Award (2016 and 2014), Microsoft Research Award (2017 and 2016), and Lockheed Inspirational Young Faculty Award (2016).
His team was awarded the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (2014), one of his student is a Microsft Research Fellow, and another won the the 2017 National Center for Women and IT (NCWIT) Collegiate Award. Four of his undergradaute students have been awarded the Georgia Tech President's Undergraduate Research Award (PURA). Hadi's work on dark silicon has been profiled in New York Times.