Kilby International Awards

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The Kilby International Awards was an award created by the High Tech Committee[1] of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, in 1990 to boost interest in the area.[2] It was named after inventor Jack Kilby.[3] The awards were bestowed at the Chamber's annual "Salute to High Technology" dinners,[4] except for the 2003 Awards, which were held in London.[5]

Award Recipients[edit]

Awards were granted in 1990-1998, 2000[6] and 2003.[3][7]

1990[edit]

1991[edit]

1992[edit]

1993[edit]

1994[edit]

1995[edit]

1996[edit]

1997[edit]

1998[edit]

  • Leonardo Chiariglione
  • Jennifer Harris (Young Innovator Award)
  • Florence P. Haseltine
  • Karl M. Johnson (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Zafra M. Lerman
  • William E. Strickland
  • Masashi Yanagisawa

2000[edit]

  • Michael Chasen (Young Innovator Award)
  • Matthew Pittinsky (Young Innovator Award)
  • Linus Benedict Torvalds (Young Innovator Award)
  • Frances Anne Cordova
  • Bran Ferren
  • Hendrik Mario Geysen
  • Margaret Lowman
  • Martin Schwab
  • Ada Yonath

2003[edit]

  • Onesmo K. ole-MoiYoi
  • Dame Bridget Ogilvie
  • Ralf David Hotchkiss
  • Mamphela Aletta Ramphele
  • Janna Levin (Young Innovator Award)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cook, Truman F.",Dallas Morning News (March 22, 2006)
  2. ^ Anderson, Christopher, "Hagelin & Quantum Theory: Holding on by a superstring", Nature Vol 359 (September 10, 1992)
  3. ^ a b Kilby Awards Overview
  4. ^ Miller, Robert, "UT Southwestern researcher receives 'ballistic' honor", Dallas Morning News (May 21, 1991)
  5. ^ Kilby Awards Press Release (October 7, 2003)
  6. ^ Past Laureates
  7. ^ Current Laureates