Douglas Engelbart

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Douglas Engelbart
Douglas Engelbart in 2008.jpg
Douglas Engelbart in 2008
Born30 Januar 1925(1925-01-30)
Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Died2 Julie 2013(2013-07-02) (aged 88)
Atherton, Californie, U.S.
ResidenceAtherton, Californie, U.S.
NaitionalityAmerican
Alma materOregon State College (BS 1948)
Varsity o Californie, Berkeley (MS 1953, PhD 1955)
Kent forComputer moose
Hypertext
Groupware
Interactive computin
AwairdsNaitional Medal o Technology (2000),
Lemelson-MIT Prize,
Turing Awaird (1997)[1]
Lovelace Medal,
Norbert Wiener Awaird for Social an Professional Responsibility,
Computer History Museum Fellow Awaird (2005)[2]
Scientific career
FieldsHuman–computer interaction[3]
Inventor
InstitutionsSRI International,
Tymshare,
McDonnell Douglas,
Bootstrap Institute/Alliance,[4]
The Doug Engelbart Institute
ThesisA Study of High-Frequency Gas-Conduction Electronics in Digital Computers (1956)
Doctoral advisorPaul L. Morton[5]
John R. Woodyard[1]
InfluencesVannevar Bush
Wabsteid
dougengelbart.org

Douglas Carl Engelbart (Januar 30, 1925 – Julie 2, 2013) wis an American ingineer an inventor, an an early computer an Internet pioneer. He is best kent for his wirk on foondin the field o human–computer interaction, pairteecularly while at his Augmentation Research Center Lab in SRI International, which resultit in creaution o the computer moose, an the development o hypertext, networked computers, an precursors tae graphical uiser interfaces.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. a b Thierry Bardini. "Turning Award Winners: 1997". Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Retrieved 4 Julie 2013.
  2. "Douglas C. Engelbart". Hall of Fellows. Computer History Museum. Retrieved 17 Juin 2012.
  3. Engelbart, D. C. (1995). "Toward augmenting the human intellect and boosting our collective IQ" (PDF). Communications of the ACM. 38 (8): 30. doi:10.1145/208344.208352.
  4. "The Doug Engelbart Institute". The Doug Engelbart Institute. Retrieved 17 Juin 2012.
  5. "Ph.D. Dissertations – 1955". Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering, University of California Berkeley. Retrieved 3 Julie 2013.