# Difference between revisions of "IEEE John von Neumann Medal"

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+ | The IEEE John von Neumann Medal, established by the [[IEEE Board of Directors|Board of Directors]] in 1990, is named in honor of the eminent mathematician, John von Neumann, whose work at the Institute for Advanced Study led to the building of the IAS binary stored-program computer in 1952. The IAS machine served as the model for IBM's first all electronic stored-program computer (the 701). | ||

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## Revision as of 19:46, 30 September 2011

## About Medal

The IEEE John von Neumann Medal, established by the Board of Directors in 1990, is named in honor of the eminent mathematician, John von Neumann, whose work at the Institute for Advanced Study led to the building of the IAS binary stored-program computer in 1952. The IAS machine served as the model for IBM's first all electronic stored-program computer (the 701).

## Award Recipients

- C. Gordon Bell, 1992
- Frederick P. Brooks, Jr., 1993
- John Cocke, 1994
- Donald E. Knuth, 1995
- Carver A. Mead, 1996
- Maurice V. Wilkes, 1997
- Ivan E. Sutherland, 1998
- Douglas C. Englebart, 1999
- John L. Hennessy, 2000
- David A. Patterson, 2000
- Butler W. Lampson, 2001
- Ole-Johan Dahl, 2002
- Kristen Nygaard, 2002
- Alfred V. Aho, 2003
- Barbara H. Liskov, 2004
- Michael Stonebraker, 2005
- Edwin Catmull, 2006
- Charles Thacker, 2007
- Leslie Lamport, 2008
- Susan L. Graham, 2009
- John Hopcroft, 2010
- Jeffrey Ullman, 2010
- Tony Hoare, 2011