George Michael (computational physicist)

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George A. Michael
Born February 16, 1926[1]
Buffalo, New York[2]
Died June 5, 2008 (age 82)[3]
Residence Livermore, California[4]
Nationality American
Employer Lawrence Livermore Laboratories

George A. Michael (February 16, 1926[5]–June 5, 2008[6]) was a computational physicist at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, best known for his role in the development of supercomputing. He was one of the founders of the annual ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference, first held in 1988. The George Michael Memorial Fellowship was established in his honor.[7]

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