Prêmio Pioneiro da Computação

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O Prêmio Pioneiro da Computação (em inglês: Computer Pioneer Award foi estabelecido em 1981 pelo "Board of Governors" da IEEE Computer Society para o reconhecimento e honra daquelas pessoas cujos esforços resultaram na criação e vitalidade contínua da indústria de computadores. O prêmio é concedido a pessoas de destaque cujas principais contribuições aos conceitos e desenvolvimento do campo dos computadores foi feita no mínimo a mais de quinze anos.

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Ano Recipiente Contribuição significante
1981 Jeffrey Chuan Chu Electronic computer logic design
1982 Harry Huskey Parallel computer SWAC
Arthur Burks Electronic computer logic design
1984 John Atanasoff Electronic computer with serial memory
Jerrier A. Haddad IBM 701
Nicholas Metropolis Solved atomic energy problems on ENIAC
Nathaniel Rochester Architecture of IBM 702 electronic data processing machines
Willem L. van der Poel Serial computer ZEBRA
1985 John George Kemeny BASIC
John McCarthy LISP and artificial intelligence
Alan Perlis Computer language translation
Ivan Sutherland Graphics SKETCHPAD
David Wheeler Assembly language programming
Heinz Zemanek Computer and computer languages for Mailüfterl
1986 Cuthbert Hurd Computing
Peter Naur Computer language development
James Herbert Pomerene IAS and Harvest computers
Adriaan van Wijngaarden ALGOL 68
1987 Robert E. Everett Whirlwind
Reynold B. Johnson RAMAC
Arthur L. Samuel Adaptive non-numeric processing
Niklaus Wirth Pascal
1988 Friedrich Ludwig Bauer Computer stacks
Marcian Hoff Microprocessor on a chip
1989 John Cocke Instruction pipelining and RISC concepts
James A. Weidenhammer High speed I/O mechanisms
Ralph L. Palmer IBM 604 electronic calculator
Mina Rees ONR Computer R&D development beginning in 1946
Marshall C. Yovits
F. Joachim Weyl
Gordon D. Goldstein
1990 Werner Buchholz Computer architecture
Charles Antony Richard Hoare Programming languages definitions
1991 Bob Overton Evans Compatible computers
Robert Floyd Compilers
Thomas Eugene Kurtz BASIC
1992 Stephen W. Dunwell Project stretch
Douglas Engelbart Human computer interaction
1993 Erich Bloch High speed computing
Jack Kilby Co-inventing the integrated circuit
Willis H. Ware Design of IAS and Johnniac computers
1994 Gerrit Blaauw IBM System/360 Series
Harlan Mills Structured Programming
Dennis Ritchie Unix
Ken Thompson
1995 Gerald Estrin Early computers
David Cannon Evans Computer graphics
Butler Lampson Personal Computer
Marvin Minsky Artificial intelligence
Ken Olsen Minicomputers
1996 Angel Angelov Computer science technologies in Bulgaria
Richard F. Clippinger Converted the ENIAC to a stored program at Aberdeen Proving Ground
Edgar Frank Codd Abstract model for database management
Norber Fristacky Digital devices
Victor Glushkov Digital automation of computer architecture
Jozef Gruska Theory of computing and organizational activities
Jiri Horejs Informatics and computer science
Lubomir Georgiev Iliev Computing in Bulgária; 1st Bulgarian computers; abstract mathematics and software
Robert Kahn TCP/IP protocols and the Internet program
László Kalmár 1956 logical machine and the design of the MIR computer na Hungria
Antoni Kilinski Commercial computers in Poland, and university computer science
László Kozma 1930 relay machines, and early computers na Hungria do pós-guerra
Sergey Alexeyevich Lebedev Computer in the Soviet Union
Alexey Lyapunov Soviet cybernetics and programming
Romuald W. Marczynski Polish digital computers and computer architecture
Grigore Moisil Polyvalent logic switching circuits
Ivan Plander Computer hardware technology into Slovakia and the control computer
Arnold Reitsakas Estonia's computer age
Antonín Svoboda Computer research in Czechoslovakia and SAPO and EPOS computers
1997 Barney Oldfield Banking applications ERMA, and computer manufacturing
Betty Holberton Sort-merge generator for the Univac and compilation
1998 Irving John Good Field of computing as a Cryptologist and statistician during World War II at Bletchley Park, as an early worker and developer of the Colossus at Bletchley Park and on the University of Manchester Mark I, the world's first stored program computer
1999 Herbert Freeman SPEEDAC of Sperry Corporation, and computer graphics and image processing
2000 Harold Lawson Inventing the pointer variable and introducing this concept into PL/I
Gennady Stolyarov Minsk series computers' software, of the information systems' software
Georgy Lopato Belarus of the Minsk series computers' hardware, of the multicomputer complexes and of the RV family of mobile computers for heavy field conditions
2001 Vernon Schatz Electronic Funds Transfer which made possible computer to computer commercial transactions via the banking system
William Bridge Computer and communications technology in the GE DATANET-30
2002 Per Brinch Hansen Operating systems and concurrent programming, exemplified by work on the RC4000 multiprogramming system, monitors, and Concurrent Pascal
Robert Bemer ASCII, ASCII-alternate sets, and escape sequences
2003 Martin Richards System software portability through the programming language BCPL widely influential and used in academia and industry for a variety of prominent system software
2004 Frances Allen Theory and practice of compiler optimization
2006 Mamoru Hosaka Computing in Japan
Arnold M. Spielberg Real-time data acquisition and recording that significantly contributed to the definition of modern feedback and control processes
2008 Jean Bartik Programmer including co-leading the first teams of ENIAC programmers, and pioneering work on BINAC and UNIVAC I
Edward McCluskey Design and synthesis of digital systems over five decades, including the first algorithm for logic synthesis (the Quine-McCluskey method)
Carl Adam Petri Petri net theory (1962) and then parallel and distributed computing
2009 Jean E. Sammet For pioneering work and lifetime achievement as one of the first developers and researchers in programming languages.
Lynn Conway For contributions to superscalar architecture, including multiple-issue dynamic instruction scheduling, and for the innovation and widespread teaching of simplified VLSI design methods.
2011 David Kuck For pioneering parallel architectures including the Illiac IV, the Burroughs BSP, and Cedar; and, for revolutionary parallel compiler technology including Parafrase and KAP Tools.
2012 Cleve Moler For improving the quality of mathematical software, making it more accessible and creating MATLAB.
2013 Edward Feigenbaum[1] For pioneering work in Artificial Intelligence, including development of the basic principles and methods of knowledge-based systems and their practical applications.
Stephen B. Furber For pioneering work as a principal designer of the ARM 32-bit RISC microprocessor.
2014 Linus Torvalds Linux[2]
2015 Michael J. Flynn TCCA, SIGARCH
Peter Kogge Kogge-Stone-Addierer

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