An IBM Fellow is an appointed position at IBM made by IBM's CEO. Typically only four to nine (eleven in 2014) IBM Fellows are appointed each year, in May or June.wikipedia
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Ralph GomoryR. E. Gomory
In 1964 he was appointed IBM Fellow.
Herman H. GoldstineGoldstineHerman Heine Goldstine
He subsequently worked for many years at IBM as an IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical position.
Benoît MandelbrotMandelbrotBenoît B. Mandelbrot
In 1958, he began a 35-year career at IBM, where he became an IBM Fellow, and periodically took leaves of absence to teach at Harvard University.
Gene M. AmdahlAmdahlGene M. Amdahl, Ph.D.
On his return he became chief architect of IBM System/360 and was named an IBM Fellow in 1965, and head of the ACS Laboratory in Menlo Park, California.
Richard L. GarwinR. L. GarwinGarwin, Dr. Richard L.
He is currently IBM Fellow Emeritus at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York.
He was appointed an IBM Fellow in 1964.
Alan HoffmanA.J. HoffmanAlan Hoffman (mathematician)
Alan Jerome Hoffman (born May 30, 1924 ) is an American mathematician and IBM Fellow emeritus, T. J. Watson Research Center, IBM, in Yorktown Heights, New York.
John M. Harker
Over that time, Harker was twice director of the IBM San Jose Storage Laboratories, an IBM Fellow, and a IEEE Fellow.
Dr. Leo EsakiEsakiEsaki diodes
Esaki moved to the United States in 1960 and joined the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, where he became an IBM Fellow in 1967.
He was manager of line switching product development in 1964, manager of technology from 1965 to 1973 and manager of the Education and Technical Vitality Program from 1973 to 1975 when he was named IBM Fellow.
International Business MachinesIBM CorporationInternational Business Machines Corporation
An IBM Fellow is an appointed position at IBM made by IBM's CEO.
The company's most prestigious designation is that of IBM Fellow.
E. C. M. Clementi
As IBM Fellow (elected 1969), he led research and development in parallel computer architecture and fundamental research in chemistry, biophysics and fluid dynamics.
Donald J. Haderle
Donald Haderle is an American computer scientist and IBM Fellow, best known for his work on relational database management systems (RDBMS).
Fran AllenFrances AllenAllen, Frances E.
Allen was the first female IBM Fellow and in 2006 became the first woman to win the Turing Award.
E. F. CoddE.F. CoddCodd
He was appointed IBM Fellow in 1976.
Michael F. CowlishawCowlishaw, Mike F.Mike F. Cowlishaw
He is a retired IBM Fellow, and was a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and the British Computer Society.
J. GunnJohn Battiscombe "J. B." Gunn
Gunn stopped working on semiconductor physics in 1972, and pursued a number of different interests in his role as IBM Fellow.
Cocke, JohnJ. CockeCocke, J.
Cocke was appointed IBM Fellow in 1972.
Lubomyr T. Romankiw
Lubomyr T. Romankiw (born 17 April 1931 in Zhovkva, Ukraine) is an IBM Fellow and researcher at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York.
Fellow is the highest honor a scientist, engineer, or programmer at IBM can achieve.
Notable examples of science and engineering fellows in R&D-intensive organizations include IBM Fellows, Boeing Fellows, Henry Ford Technical Fellow, and ICL Fellows.
John W. BackusBackusBackus, John
He has also achieved the rank of IBM Fellow at Almaden IBM Research Center in San Jose, California.
Charles H. BennettCharles BennettBennett
Charles Henry Bennett (born 1943 ) is a physicist, information theorist and IBM Fellow at IBM Research.
In 1969, he was appointed an IBM Fellow.
Zemanek remained with the Vienna Lab until 1976, when he was appointed an IBM Fellow.