List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation

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The following is a list of Turing Award laureates since 1966 (total 65 winners), grouped by their current and past affiliation to academic institutions. The university affiliations of Turing Award winners fall into three categories in this list: Graduate and Attendee (excluding honorary degrees and auditors), Long-term Academic Staff, and Short-term Academic Staff. The category of "Long-term Academic Staff" mostly consists of tenure/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Short-term Academic Staff" mostly consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/scholars, and equivalent academic positions. Only those universities with at least 5 affiliations of awardees are shown explicitly with ranking.

The number following a person's name is the year he/she received the Turing Award; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while he/she was working at the institution containing that asterisk. A laureate with his/her name underlined implies that this person has already been counted for a same institution in previous category. If a person had multiple positions under one category, only the position with highest rank is considered.

This list, together with List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation and List of Fields Medal winners by university affiliation, presents the university affiliation (with similar criteria) of people who have won highest honors in fundamental academic disciplines.

University of California, Berkeley (1st)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States United States
23

1. Barbara Liskov[1] (B.S) – 2008

2. Butler Lampson[2] (PhD) – 1992

3. Charles P. Thacker[3] (B.S) – 2009

4. Dana Scott[4] (B.A) – 1976

5. Douglas Engelbart[5] (PhD) – 1997

6. Jim Gray[6] (PhD) – 1998

7. Ken Thompson[7] (B.S, MS) – 1983

8. Leonard Adleman[8] (B.A, PhD) – 2002

9. Niklaus Wirth[9] (PhD) – 1984

10. Shafi Goldwasser[10] (PhD) – 2012

11. Silvio Micali[11] (PhD) – 2012

1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[12] (Professor) – 2000

2. Dana Scott[4] (Associate Professor) – 1976

3. Douglas Engelbart[5] (Assistant Professor) – 1997

4. Edward Feigenbaum[13] (Associate Professor) – 1994

5. Manuel Blum[14] (Professor) – 1995*

6. Michael Stonebraker[15] (Professor) – 2014

7. Richard Karp[16] (Professor) – 1985*

8. Stephen Cook[17] (Assistant Professor) – 1982

9. William Kahan[18] (Professor) – 1989*

1. Charles P. Thacker[3] (Researcher) – 2009

2. Edward Feigenbaum[13] (Researcher) – 1994

3. Herbert A. Simon[19] (Research Director) – 1975

4. Ivan Sutherland[20] (Visiting Scholar) – 1988

5. Jim Gray[6] (Research Fellow) – 1998

6. John Backus[21] (Visiting Professor) – 1977

7. Michael O. Rabin[22] (Visiting Associate Professor) – 1976

8. Robert Tarjan[23] (Miller Research Fellow) – 1986

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2nd)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States United States
21 1. Alan Perlis[24] (PhD) – 1966

2. Fernando Corbato[25] (PhD) – 1990

3. Leslie Lamport[26] (B.S) – 2013

4. Manuel Blum[14] (PhD) – 1995

5. Ivan Sutherland[27] (PhD) – 1988

6. Whitfield Diffie[28] (B.S) – 2015

1. Adi Shamir[29] (Assistant Professor) – 2002

2. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[12] (Assistant Professor) – 2000

3. Barbara Liskov[1] (Professor) – 2008*

4. Butler Lampson[30] (Adjunct Professor) – 1992*

5. Fernando Corbato[25] (Professor) – 1990*

6. John McCarthy[31] (Assistant Professor) – 1971

7. Leonard Adleman[8] (Associate Professor) – 2002

8. Manuel Blum[14] (Assistant Professor) – 1995*

9. Marvin Minsky[32] (Professor) – 1969*

10. Martin Hellman[33] (Assistant Professor) – 2015

11. Michael Stonebraker[15] (Professor) – 2014*

12. Ronald Rivest[34] (Professor) – 2002*

13. Robert Kahn[35] (Assistant Professor) – 2004

14. Shafi Goldwasser[10] (Professor) – 2012*

15. Silvio Micali[11] (Professor) – 2012*

16. Tim Berners-Lee[36] (Professor) - 2016*

1. Adi Shamir[29] (Instructor) – 2002

2. Alan Perlis[24] (Researcher) – 1966

3. Ivan Sutherland[27] (Researcher) – 1988

4. Michael O. Rabin[37] (Visiting Professor) – 1976

5. Shafi Goldwasser[10] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2012

Stanford University (3rd)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
Stanford University, United States United States
20 1. Allen Newell[38] (B.S) – 1975

2. Barbara Liskov[1] (PhD) – 2008

3. John Hopcroft[39] (PhD) – 1986

4. Raj Reddy[40] (PhD) – 1994

5. Ronald Rivest[41] (PhD) – 2002

6. Robert Tarjan[23] (PhD) – 1986

7. Vinton Cerf[42] (B.S) – 2004

1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[12] (Professor) – 2000

2. Dana Scott[4] (Professor) – 1976

2. Donald Knuth[43] (Professor) – 1974*

3. Douglas Engelbart[5] (Research Director) – 1997

4. Edward Feigenbaum[13] (Professor) – 1994*

5. John McCarthy[31] (Professor) – 1971*

6. Martin Hellman[44] (Professor) – 2015*

7. Niklaus Wirth[9] (Assistant Professor) – 1984

8. Raj Reddy[40] (Assistant Professor) – 1994

9. Robert W. Floyd[45] (Professor) – 1978*

10. Robert Tarjan[23] (Associate Professor) – 1986

11. Vinton Cerf[42] (Assistant Professor) – 2004

12. Whitfield Diffie[46] (Professor) – 2015*

1. Alan Kay[47] (Researcher) – 2003

2. Amir Pnueli[48] (Postdoctoral Researcher, Visitor) – 1996

3. Robin Milner[49] (Researcher) – 1991

Harvard University (4th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
Harvard University, United States United States
13 1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[12] (PhD) – 2000

2. Butler Lampson[2] (B.A) – 1992

3. Dennis M. Ritchie[50] (B.S. 1963, PhD 1967) – 1983

4. E. Allen Emerson[51] (PhD) – 2007

5. Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.[52] (PhD) – 1999

6. Kenneth E. Iverson[53] (PhD) – 1979

7. Marvin Minsky[32] (B.A) – 1969

8. Richard Karp[16] (B.A, PhD) – 1985

9. Stephen A. Cook[17] (PhD) – 1982

1. Ivan Sutherland[20] (Associate Professor) – 1988

2. Leslie G. Valiant (Professor) – 2010*

3. Michael O. Rabin[37] (Professor) – 1976

4. Kenneth E. Iverson[53] (Assistant Professor) – 1979

1. Edmund M. Clarke[54] (Instructor) – 2007

2. Kenneth E. Iverson[53] (Instructor) – 1979

Carnegie Mellon University (5th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
Carnegie Mellon University, United StatesUnited States
12 1. Alan J. Perlis[24] (B.S) – 1966

2. Allen Newell[38] (PhD) – 1975

3. Edward Feigenbaum[13] (PhD) – 1994

4. Ivan E. Sutherland[20] (B.S) – 1988

5. Shafi Goldwasser[10] (B.S) – 2012

1. Alan J. Perlis[24] (Professor) – 1966*

2. Allen Newell[38] (Professor) – 1975

3. Dana Scott[4] (Professor) – 1976

4. Edmund M. Clarke[54] (Professor) – 2007*

5. Herbert A. Simon[55] (Professor) – 1975*

6. Manuel Blum[14] (Professor) – 1995

7. Raj Reddy[40] (Professor) – 1994*

8. Robert W. Floyd[45] (Assistant Professor) – 1978

1. Leslie Valiant[56] (Visiting Assistant Professor)

Princeton University (6th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
Princeton University, United States United States
10 1. Dana Scott[4] (PhD) – 1976

2. John McCarthy[31] (PhD) – 1971

3. Marvin Minsky[32] (PhD) – 1969

4. Michael O. Rabin[37] (PhD) – 1976

5. Michael Stonebraker (B.S) – 2014

6. Richard E. Stearns[57] (PhD) – 1993

7. Robert Kahn[35] (PhD) – 2004

1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[12] (Professor) – 2000*

2. Dana Scott[4] (Professor) – 1976

3. John Hopcroft[58] (Assistant Professor) – 1986

4. Robert Tarjan[23] (Professor) – 1986*

1. John McCarthy[31] (Instructor) – 1971

California Institute of Technology (7th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
California Institute of Technology, United States United States
6 1. Donald Knuth[43] (PhD) – 1974

2. Fernando Corbato[25] (B.S) – 1990

3. Ivan Sutherland[20] (M.S) – 1988

4. John McCarthy[31] (B.S) – 1971

5. Juris Hartmanis[59] (PhD) – 1993

6. Robert Tarjan[23] (B.S) – 1986

1. Donald Knuth[43] (Associate Professor) – 1974

2. Ivan Sutherland[20] (Professor) – 1988

University of Oxford (8th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Short-term Academic Staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom United Kingdom
5 1. Tony Hoare (B.A.) – 1980

2. Edgar F. Codd (B.A) – 1981

3. Tim Berners-Lee (B.A) – 2016

1. Dana Scott (Professor of Mathematical Logic) – 1976 1. Donald Knuth[43] (Visiting Professor) – 1974

Other Universities (9th – 16th)[edit]

University Number Names
United States Cornell University 4 Edmund M. Clarke, John Hopcroft, Juris Hartmanis, Robert Tarjan[60]
United States New York University 4 Judea Pearl, Amir Pnueli, Frances E. Allen, Martin Hellman
United Kingdom University of Cambridge 4 Robin Milner, Leslie Valiant, Maurice Wilkes, James H. Wilkinson
United States University of Chicago 4 Robert W. Floyd, Richard Hamming, Dana Scott, Herbert A. Simon
United States University of Michigan 4 Frances E. Allen, Edgar F. Codd, Stephen A. Cook, Michael Stonebraker
United States University of California, Los Angeles 3 Vinton Cerf, Judea Pearl, Alan Kay
Israel Weizmann Institute of Science 3 Adi Shamir, Amir Pnueli, Shafi Goldwasser
United States Duke University 3 Frederick Brooks, Edmund M. Clarke, John Cocke[61][62]

Other Universities (17th– )[edit]

University Number Names
United Kingdom University of Edinburgh 2 Robin Milner, Leslie Valiant
Israel Technion – Israel Institute of Technology 2 Amir Pnueli, Judea Pearl
United States University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2 Richard Hamming, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao
United States University of Texas at Austin 2 Edsger W. Dijkstra, E. Allen Emerson
Canada University of Toronto 2 Stephen A. Cook, William Kahan
United States University of Utah 2 Alan Kay, Ivan Sutherland
Norway University of Oslo 2 Ole-Johan Dahl, Kristen Nygaard
United States Yale University 2 Alan Perlis, Ron Rivest
United States Columbia University 1 John Backus
United Kingdom Imperial College London 1 Leslie Valiant
United Kingdom University of Leeds 1 Leslie Valiant
United States Brandeis University 1 Leslie Lamport
United States University at Albany, SUNY 1 Richard E. Stearns
Taiwan National Taiwan University 1 Andrew Chi-Chih Yao
China Tsinghua University 1 Andrew Chi-Chih Yao
United Kingdom Queen's University of Belfast 1 Tony Hoare
United States University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1 Fred Brooks
United States University of Pennsylvania 1 Charles Bachman
United States Purdue University 1 Alan J. Perlis
Israel Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1 Michael O. Rabin
Russia Moscow State University 1 Tony Hoare
Denmark University of Copenhagen 1 Peter Naur
United States University of Southern California 1 Leonard Adleman[63]
France National Center for Scientific Research 1 Joseph Sifakis
Greece National Technical University of Athens 1 Joseph Sifakis
India College of Engineering, Guindy 1 Raj Reddy
Australia University of New South Wales 1 Raj Reddy
United Kingdom University of Warwick 1 Leslie Valiant
United Kingdom University of Southampton 1 Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Switzerland Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne 1 Joseph Sifakis
Switzerland Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich 1 Niklaus Wirth
Switzerland University of Zurich 1 Niklaus Wirth[64]
Canada Université Laval 1 Niklaus Wirth[65]
United States New Jersey Institute of Technology 1 Judea Pearl[66]
United States Rutgers University 1 Judea Pearl
United States City College of New York 1 Robert Kahn
United States University of Colorado at Boulder 1 Alan Kay
United States Oregon State University 1 Douglas Engelbart
United States University of Missouri-Kansas City 1 Juris Hartmanis
United States Carleton College 1 Richard E. Stearns[67]
United States Seattle University 1 John Hopcroft[68]
Canada Queen's University 1 Kenneth E. Iverson
United States Illinois Institute of Technology 1 Herbert A. Simon
United States Case Institute of Technology 1 Donald Knuth
United States Michigan State University 1 Charles Bachman
Netherlands University of Amsterdam 1 Edsger W. Dijkstra
Netherlands Leiden University 1 Edsger W. Dijkstra
United States University of Nebraska–Lincoln 1 Richard Hamming
United States University of Louisville 1 Richard Hamming

See also[edit]

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