Geschke

Geschke may refer to:

  • Charles Geschke (b. 1939), American co-founder of Adobe, Inc.
  • Jürgen Geschke (b. 1943), German Olympic track cyclist and father of Simon
  • Simon Geschke (b. 1986), German road cyclist and son of Jürgen
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Other articles related to "geschke":

John Warnock - Recognition
... In October 2006, Warnock—along with Adobe co-founder Charles Geschke—received the American Electronics Association's Annual Medal of Achievement Award, being the first software ... In 2008, Warnock and Geschke received the Computer Entrepreneur Award from the IEEE Computer Society "for inventing PostScript and PDF and helping to launch the desktop ... In September 2009, Warnock and Geschke were chosen to receive the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, one of the nation's highest honors bestowed on scientists, engineers and inventors ...
Charles Geschke - Awards
... In 1999 Charles Geschke was inducted as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery ... In October 2006, Geschke, along with co-founder John Warnock received the AeA Annual Medal of Achievement Award, making them the first software executives to receive this award ... On Sunday, May 20th, 2012, Geschke delivered the Address to the Graduates (Keynote Address) at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio where ...
Charles Geschke - Background
... Prior to co-founding Adobe, Geschke and Warnock worked at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) ... Geschke had started there in the early 1970s ... Geschke formed and headed PARC's Imaging Sciences Laboratory in 1978 where he directed research activities in the fields of computer science, graphics, image processing, and optics ...
Charles Geschke - Adobe
... Geschke and co-founder Warnock's Interpress language evolved into Adobe's PostScript, which when combined with hardware from Apple computer, formed the first desktop ... From December 1986 until July 1994 Geschke was Adobe's Chief Operating Officer, and from April 1989 until April 2000 he was the company's president ... Geschke retired as president of Adobe in 2000, shortly before his partner Warnock left as CEO ...