List of Members of The National Academy of Sciences (computer and Information Sciences) - Computer and Information Sciences

Computer and Information Sciences

Leonard Adleman University of Southern California 2006
Bishnu Atal AT&T Labs Research 1993
Charles H. Bennett International Business Machines Corporation 1997
Elwyn Berlekamp University of California, Berkeley 1999
Manuel Blum Carnegie Mellon University 2002
Lewis M. Branscomb Harvard University 1970
Fred Brooks University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2001
Stephen Cook University of Toronto 1985
Edward David EED, Inc. 1970
Robert Fano Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1978
James L. Flanagan Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick 1983
G. David Forney Motorola, Inc. 2003
Robert Gallager Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1992
Shafi Goldwasser Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004
Solomon W. Golomb University of Southern California 2003
Robert B. Griffiths Carnegie Mellon University 1987
John L. Hennessy Stanford University 2002
Thomas Kailath Stanford University 2000
Richard Karp International Computer Science Institute 1980
Donald Knuth Stanford University 1975
John McCarthy Stanford University 1989
William H. Press University of Texas at Austin 1994
Michael O. Rabin Harvard University 1984
Lawrence Rabiner Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick 1990
Ronald Rivest Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004
Dana Scott Carnegie Mellon University 1988
Peter Shor Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2002
Ivan Sutherland Sun Microsystems, Inc. 1978
Robert Tarjan Princeton University 1987
Ken Thompson Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies 1985
Leslie Valiant Harvard University 2001
Andrew Viterbi Viterbi Group, LLC 1996
Maurice Vincent Wilkes University of Cambridge 1980
Shmuel Winograd International Business Machines Corporation 1978
Andrew Yao Tsinghua University 1998
Jacob Ziv Technion Israel Institute of Technology 2004


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