Laureates 2010

Future - Computers and Telecommunications

Leonard Kleinrock

Leonard Kleinrock
Prof. Leonard Kleinrock, Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles is known as a "Father of the Internet".

Gordon E. Moore

Gordon E. Moore

Dr. Gordon E. Moore is a visionary. His

prediction in 1965, widely known as "Moore's Law",  stated that the number of  transistors on a chip will double about every two years. Moore's Law has become the guiding principle for the semiconductor industry to deliver ever-more-powerful chips while decreasing the cost of

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Michael O. Rabin

Michael O. Rabin

Prof. Michael O. Rabin, Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University, Boston, and at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem,is one of the most prominent computer scientists of all time.

His contributions during the last 50 years have been very significant, and touched many areas in the foundations of Computer Science.

Rabin's work (with Dana Scott) on Finite Automata, started the entire research area of automata theory, that became the

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