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List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation

The following list comprehensively shows Turing Award laureates by university affiliations since 1966 (as of 2018, 67 winners in total), grouped by their current and past affiliation to academic institutions. This list considers Turing Award winners as equal individuals, regardless of the number of laureates who received the award each year from Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).[1] Universities are listed in descending order according to the number of affiliates.

The university affiliations in this list are all official academic affiliations such as official employment and degree programs, and non-academic positions (e.g., advisory committee, administrative staff and etc) are generally excluded. The official academic affiliations fall into three categories: 1) Graduate and Attendee, 2) Long-term Academic Staff, and 3) Temporary Academic Staff. Graduates are defined as those who hold Bachelor's, Master's, PhD, or equivalent degrees from a university, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in degree programs at a university but did not complete the programs (thus, honorary degrees, summer attendees, exchange students and auditing students are generally excluded). The category of "Long-term Academic Staff" consists of tenure/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Temporary Academic Staff" consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/scholars (visitors), and equivalent academic positions. At any university, the specific academic title solely determines the type of affiliation, regardless of the actual time the position was held by a laureate.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Temporary Academic Staff" are presented as follows. 1) All informal/personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching/research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) as for award-based visiting positions, this list takes a conservative view and includes the positions as affiliations only if the awardees were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching/research) or the awardees specifically classified the visiting positions as "employment/appointment" in their Curriculum Vita or reliable websites. In particular, attending meetings and giving public lectures, talks or non-curricular seminars is not a form of employment-level duty. Finally, summer visitors are generally excluded from the list unless summer work yielded significant end products such as research publications and components of Turing-winning work, since summer terms are not part of formal academic years; the same rule applies to extension schools of universities.

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 (including emeritus staff) 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 the 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.

Contents

Summary of ResultsEdit

Top 15 Universities Worldwide Since 1966Edit

According to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is impossible in Wikipedia to assign various weights to different types of affiliations. Hence, all types of affiliations count equally in the following table and throughout the whole page.

Rank University Country Total Normalized* Graduate & Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff O**
1 Stanford University   27 100.0 9 15 12 -9
2 (Tie) Massachusetts Institute of Technology   25 92.6 6 16 10 -7
2 (Tie) University of California, Berkeley   25 92.6 11 12 11 -9
4 Harvard University   14 51.9 9 5 4 -4
5 Princeton University   13 48.1 8 4 2 -1
6 Carnegie Mellon University   12 44.4 5 8 1 -2
7 New York University   7 25.9 3 1 3 0
8 (Tie) California Institute of Technology   6 22.2 6 2 0 -2
8 (Tie) University of Cambridge   6 22.2 4 2 3 -3
8 (Tie) University of Michigan   6 22.2 4 0 2 0
8 (Tie) University of Oxford   6 22.2 3 3 2 -2
12 University of California, Los Angeles   5 18.5 2 1 1 0
13 (Tie) Cornell University   4 14.8 1 3 0 0
13 (Tie) University of Chicago   4 14.8 3 0 1 0
15 (Tie) Columbia University   3 11.1 1 0 2 0
15 (Tie) Duke University   3 11.1 3 0 1 -1
15 (Tie) Hebrew University   3 11.1 1 1 2 -1
15 (Tie) University of Toronto   3 11.1 1 2 1 -1
15 (Tie) Weizmann Institute of Science   3 11.1 2 2 2 -3
15 (Tie) Yale University   3 11.1 1 1 1 0

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Turing Award affiliates at Stanford University.

**: Overlap of affiliates among the three columns.

Top 10 Universities Worldwide Since 2000Edit

According to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is impossible in Wikipedia to assign various weights to different types of affiliations. Hence, all types of affiliations count equally in the following table and throughout the whole page.

Rank University Country Total Normalized* Graduate & Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff Overlap
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   14 100.0 2 11 3 -2
2 Stanford University   10 71.4 5 5 4 -4
3 University of California, Berkeley   9 64.3 5 4 2 -2
4 (Tie) Harvard University   4 28.6 2 2 0 0
4 (Tie) Princeton University   4 28.6 2 1 1 0
4 (Tie) University of California, Los Angeles   4 28.6 2 1 1 0
7 (Tie) Carnegie Mellon University   3 21.4 1 1 1 0
7 (Tie) New York University   3 21.4 2 0 1 0
7 (Tie) University of Cambridge   3 21.4 1 0 2 0
10 (Tie) University of Michigan   2 14.3 2 0 0 0
10 (Tie) University of Oslo   2 14.3 2 2 0 -2
10 (Tie) University of Oxford   2 14.3 1 1 1 -1
10 (Tie) University of Warwick   2 14.3 1 0 1 0
10 (Tie) Weizmann Institute of Science   2 14.3 1 1 1 -1

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Turing Award affiliates at MIT.

Stanford University (1st)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Stanford University, United States  
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Stanford Research Institute (SRI) before Jan 13th, 1970, are included in this list.[2] On May 16, 1977, the institute was renamed SRI International.[2]
27
  1. Allen Newell[3] (B.S) – 1975
  2. Barbara Liskov[4][5] (M.S, PhD) – 2008
  3. John Hopcroft[6][7] (M.S, PhD) – 1986
  4. Martin Hellman[8][9] (M.S, PhD) – 2015
  5. Raj Reddy[10] (PhD) – 1994
  6. Ronald Rivest[11][12] (PhD) – 2002
  7. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (M.S, PhD) – 1986
  8. Vinton Cerf[15] (B.S) – 2004
  9. Whitfield Diffie[16] (Graduate Attendee) – 2015
  1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Professor) – 2000
  2. Dana Scott[19][20] (Professor) – 1976
  3. Donald E. Knuth[21][22] (Professor) – 1974*
  4. Douglas Engelbart[23][24] (SRI Director) – 1997
  5. Edward Feigenbaum[25] (Professor) – 1994*
  6. James H. Wilkinson[26] (Professor) - 1970
  7. John L. Hennessy[27][28] (Professor) - 2017*
  8. John McCarthy[29][30] (Professor) – 1971*
  9. Martin Hellman[8][9] (Professor) – 2015*
  10. Niklaus Wirth[31] (Assistant Professor) – 1984
  11. Raj Reddy[10] (Assistant Professor) – 1994
  12. Robert W. Floyd[32] (Professor) – 1978*
  13. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (Associate Professor) – 1986
  14. Vinton Cerf[15] (Assistant Professor) – 2004
  15. Whitfield Diffie[16] (Professor) – 2015*
  1. Alan Kay[33] (Researcher) – 2003
  2. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 1996
  3. Douglas Engelbart[23] (Visiting Scholar) – 1997
  4. James H. Wilkinson[26] (Visiting Professor) - 1970
  5. Jim Gray[36][37] (Visitor) – 1998
  6. John Hopcroft[7] (Visiting Associate Professor) – 1986
  7. Kristen Nygaard[38] (Visiting Professor) - 2001
  8. Ole-Johan Dahl[39][40][41] (Visiting Professor) - 2001
  9. Richard Hamming[42][43][44] (Visiting Professor) - 1969
  10. Robin Milner[45][46] (Research Associate) – 1991
  11. Whitfield Diffie[16] (Visiting Scholar) – 2015
  12. William Kahan[47][48] (Visiting Professor) - 1989

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2nd, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States  
Notes: 1) Dennis M. Ritchie, while a graduate student at Harvard, worked part-time in MIT Project MAC's (Multics project), a joint venture of MIT, General Electric and Bell Labs.[49][50] He is not included in this list since he was not academically affiliated with MIT.
25
  1. Alan Perlis[51] (M.S, PhD) – 1966
  2. Fernando Corbato[52][53] (PhD) – 1990
  3. Leslie Lamport[54][55] (B.S) – 2013
  4. Manuel Blum[56][57] (B.S, M.S, PhD) – 1995
  5. Ivan Sutherland[58] (PhD) – 1988
  6. Whitfield Diffie[16] (B.S) – 2015
  1. Adi Shamir[59] (Assistant Professor) – 2002
  2. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Assistant Professor) – 2000
  3. Barbara Liskov[4][5] (Professor) – 2008*
  4. Butler Lampson[60][61] (Adjunct Professor) – 1992*
  5. Fernando Corbato[52][53] (Professor) – 1990*
  6. John McCarthy[30] (Assistant Professor) – 1971
  7. Leonard Adleman[62] (Associate Professor) – 2002
  8. Manuel Blum[56][57] (Assistant Professor) – 1995*
  9. Marvin Minsky[63] (Professor) – 1969*
  10. Martin Hellman[8][9] (Assistant Professor) – 2015
  11. Michael Stonebraker[64][65] (Adjunct Professor) – 2014*
  12. Ronald Rivest[11][12] (Professor) – 2002*
  13. Robert Kahn[66] (Assistant Professor) – 2004
  14. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (Professor) – 2012*
  15. Silvio Micali[69][70] (Professor) – 2012*
  16. Tim Berners-Lee[71] (Professor) - 2016*
  1. Adi Shamir[59] (Instructor) – 2002
  2. Alan Kay[33][72] (Adjunct Professor) – 2003
  3. Alan Perlis[51] (Researcher) – 1966
  4. Ivan Sutherland[58] (Researcher) – 1988
  5. Manuel Blum[56][57] (Research Associate) – 1995
  6. Maurice Wilkes[73] (Adjunct Professor) - 1967
  7. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (Visiting Professor) – 1976
  8. Robert E. Tarjan[13][14] (Visiting Scientist) - 1986
  9. Robert W. Floyd[76][77] (Visiting Professor) – 1978
  10. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2012

University of California, Berkeley (2nd, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States  
Notes: 1) The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley is an independent research institute from the University. Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (Fall 1985 Visitor) and Richard E. Stearns (Fall 1985 Visitor)[80][81] are thus excluded from the list.

2) Whitfield Diffie was a summer school attendee at Berkeley in 1962.[82][83] He is thus excluded from the list.

25
  1. Barbara Liskov[4][5] (B.S) – 2008
  2. Butler Lampson[60][84] (PhD) – 1992
  3. Charles P. Thacker[85] (B.S) – 2009
  4. Dana Scott[19][20] (B.A) – 1976
  5. Douglas Engelbart[23][24] (M.S, PhD) – 1997
  6. Jim Gray[36][37] (B.S, PhD) – 1998
  7. Ken Thompson[86] (B.S, M.S) – 1983
  8. Leonard Adleman[62] (B.A, PhD) – 2002
  9. Niklaus Wirth[31] (PhD) – 1984
  10. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (M.S, PhD) – 2012
  11. Silvio Micali[69][70] (PhD) – 2012
  1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Professor) – 2000
  2. Butler Lampson[60][84] (Associate Professor) – 1992
  3. Dana Scott[19][20] (Associate Professor) – 1976
  4. David Patterson[87][88] (Professor) - 2017*
  5. Douglas Engelbart[23][24] (Assistant Professor) – 1997
  6. Edward Feigenbaum[25] (Associate Professor) – 1994
  7. Manuel Blum[56][57] (Professor) – 1995*
  8. Michael Stonebraker[64] (Professor) – 2014*
  9. Richard Karp[89] (Professor) – 1985*
  10. Shafi Goldwasser[90][91] (Professor) – 2012
  11. Stephen Cook[92] (Assistant Professor) – 1982
  12. William Kahan[47] (Professor) – 1989*
  1. Charles P. Thacker[85] (Researcher) – 2009
  2. Edward Feigenbaum[25] (Researcher) – 1994
  3. Herbert A. Simon[93] (Research Director) – 1975
  4. Ivan Sutherland[58] (Visiting Scholar) – 1988
  5. Jim Gray[36][37] (Postdoc & McKay Fellow) – 1998
  6. John Backus[94] (Visiting Professor) – 1977
  7. Ken Thompson[86][95] (Visiting Professor) – 1983
  8. Leslie Valiant[96][97] (Visiting Scientist) - 2010
  9. Manuel Blum[57][98] (Visiting Scientist) – 1995
  10. Michael O. Rabin[74] (Visiting Associate Professor) – 1976
  11. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (Miller Research Fellow) – 1986

Harvard University (4th)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Harvard University, United States  
Notes: 1) Barbara Liskov worked as a computer programmer (non-academic position) at Harvard during 1962 - 1963.[4][5] She is not included in the list.
14
  1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (M.A, PhD) – 2000
  2. Butler Lampson[60][84] (B.A) – 1992
  3. Dennis M. Ritchie[99] (B.S, PhD) – 1983
  4. E. Allen Emerson[100] (PhD) – 2007
  5. Frederick P. Brooks[101][102] (M.S, PhD) – 1999
  6. Kenneth E. Iverson[103] (M.A, PhD) – 1979
  7. Marvin Minsky[63] (B.A) – 1969
  8. Richard Karp[89] (B.A, M.S, PhD) – 1985
  9. Stephen A. Cook[92] (M.S, PhD) – 1982
  1. Ivan Sutherland[58] (Associate Professor) – 1988
  2. Leslie G. Valiant[97][104] (Professor) – 2010*
  3. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (Professor) – 1976
  4. Kenneth E. Iverson[103] (Assistant Professor) – 1979
  5. Edmund M. Clarke[105][106] (Assistant Professor) – 2007
  1. Amir Pnueli[34] (Visiting Professor) – 1996
  2. Kenneth E. Iverson[103] (Instructor) – 1979
  3. Marvin Minsky[63][107] (Junior Fellow) – 1969
  4. Michael O. Rabin[74] (Visiting Professor) – 1976

Princeton University (5th)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Princeton University, United States  
13
  1. Allen Newell[3] (Graduate Attendee) – 1975
  2. Dana Scott[19][20] (PhD) – 1976
  3. John McCarthy[29][30] (PhD) – 1971
  4. Marvin Minsky[63][107] (PhD) – 1969
  5. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (PhD) – 1976
  6. Michael Stonebraker[64] (B.Eng) – 2014
  7. Richard E. Stearns[80][81] (PhD) – 1993
  8. Robert Kahn[66] (M.A, PhD) – 2004
  1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Professor) – 2000*
  2. Dana Scott[19][20] (Professor) – 1976
  3. John Hopcroft[6][7] (Assistant Professor) – 1986
  4. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (Professor) – 1986*
  1. Richard Hamming[42] (Adjunct Professor) - 1969
  2. Shafi Goldwasser[67] (Visiting Professor) - 2012

Carnegie Mellon University (6th)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Carnegie Mellon University, United States 
12
  1. Alan J. Perlis[51] (B.S) – 1966
  2. Allen Newell[3] (PhD) – 1975
  3. Edward Feigenbaum[25] (B.S, PhD) – 1994
  4. Ivan E. Sutherland[58] (B.S) – 1988
  5. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (B.S) – 2012
  1. Alan J. Perlis[51] (Professor) – 1966*
  2. Allen Newell[3] (Professor) – 1975*
  3. Dana Scott[19][20] (Professor) – 1976
  4. Edmund M. Clarke[106][108] (Professor) – 2007*
  5. Herbert A. Simon[93] (Professor) – 1975*
  6. Manuel Blum[56][57] (Professor) – 1995
  7. Raj Reddy[109][10] (Professor) – 1994*
  8. Robert W. Floyd[32] (Assistant Professor) – 1978
  1. Leslie Valiant[97][104] (Visiting Assistant Professor) - 2010

New York University (7th)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
New York University, United States  
7
  1. Jim Gray[36][37] (Graduate Attendee) – 1998
  2. Judea Pearl[110] (PhD) - 2011
  3. Martin Hellman[9] (B.Eng) - 2015
  1. Amir Pnueli[34] (Professor) - 1996
  1. Frances E. Allen[111] (Visiting Professor) - 2006
  2. Michael O. Rabin[74] (Visiting Professor) – 1976
  3. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (Adjunct Professor) - 1986

California Institute of Technology (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
California Institute of Technology, United States  
6
  1. Donald E. Knuth[21][22] (PhD) – 1974
  2. Fernando Corbato[52][53] (B.S) – 1990
  3. Ivan Sutherland[58] (M.S) – 1988
  4. John McCarthy[29][30] (B.S) – 1971
  5. Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (PhD) – 1993
  6. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (B.S) – 1986
  1. Donald E. Knuth[21][22] (Associate Professor) – 1974
  2. Ivan Sutherland[58] (Professor) – 1988

University of Cambridge (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom  
6
  1. Robin Milner[45][46] (B.A) - 1991
  2. Leslie Valiant[97][104] (B.A) - 2010
  3. Maurice Wilkes[73][112] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1967
  4. James H. Wilkinson[26][113] (B.A, M.A) - 1970
  1. Maurice Wilkes[73][112] (Professor) - 1967*
  2. Robin Milner[45][46] (Professor) - 1991
  1. Leslie Valiant[97] (Visiting Fellow) - 2010
  2. Peter Naur[114] (Research Student) - 2005
  3. William Kahan[47] (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1989

University of Michigan (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of Michigan, United States  
6
  1. Frances E. Allen[111] (M.A) - 2006
  2. Edgar F. Codd[115] (M.S, PhD) - 1981
  3. Stephen A. Cook[92] (B.S) - 1982
  4. Michael Stonebraker[64] (M.S, PhD) - 2014
  1. James H. Wilkinson[26] (Visiting Professor) - 1970
  2. Richard Karp[89] (Visiting Associate Professor) – 1985

University of Oxford (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom  
6
  1. C. Anthony R. Hoare[116] (B.A) – 1980
  2. Edgar F. Codd[115] (B.A, M.A) – 1981
  3. Tim Berners-Lee[71] (B.A) – 2016
  1. C. Anthony R. Hoare[116] (Professor) – 1980*
  2. Dana Scott[19][20] (Professor) – 1976
  3. Tim Berners-Lee[71] (Professor) – 2016
  1. Donald E. Knuth[22][117] (Visiting Professor) – 1974
  2. Leslie Valiant[97] (Visiting Research Fellow) - 2010

University of California, Los Angeles (12th)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of California, Los Angeles, United States  
5
  1. David Patterson[87][88] (B.A, M.S, PhD) - 2017
  2. Fernando Corbato[52][53] (Undergraduate Attendee) – 1990
  3. Vinton Cerf[15](M.S, PhD) - 2004
  1. Judea Pearl[110][118] (Professor) - 2011*
  1. Alan Kay[33][119](Adjunct Professor) - 2003

Cornell University (13th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Cornell University, United States  
4
  1. Edmund M. Clarke[106][108] (PhD) - 2007
  1. John Hopcroft[6][7] (Professor) - 1986*
  2. Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (Professor) - 1993*
  3. Robert Tarjan[13][14] (Assistant Professor) - 1986

University of Chicago (13th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of Chicago, United States  
4
  1. Herbert A. Simon[93] (B.S, PhD) - 1975
  2. Robert W. Floyd[32] (B.A, B.S) - 1978
  3. Richard Hamming[42] (B.S) - 1968
  1. Dana Scott[19][20] (Instructor) - 1976

Columbia University (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Columbia University, United States  
Notes: 1) Frances E. Allen was a summer school attendee.[111] She is excluded from the list.
3
  1. John Backus[94] (B.S, M.A) - 1977
  1. Frederick Brooks[102] (Adjunct Assistant Professor) - 1999
  2. Michael O. Rabin[74] (Visiting Professor) – 1976

Duke University (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Duke University, United States  
3
  1. Edmund M. Clarke[106][108] (M.A) - 2007
  2. Frederick Brooks[101][102] (B.A) - 1999
  3. John Cocke[120] (B.S, PhD) - 1987
  1. Edmund M. Clarke[106][108] (Lecturer) - 2007

Hebrew University (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel  
3
  1. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (M.S) - 1976
  1. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (Professor) - 1976
  1. Richard E. Stearns[80][81] (Visiting Professor) - 1993
  2. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (Visiting Professor) - 2012

University of Toronto (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
University of Toronto, Canada  
3
  1. William Kahan[47] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1989
  1. Stephen A. Cook[92] (Professor) - 1982*
  2. William Kahan[47] (Associate Professor) - 1989
  1. Silvio Micali[69][70] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2012

Weizmann Institute of Science (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Weizmann Institute of Science, Isreal  
3
  1. Adi Shamir[59] (M.S, PhD) - 2002
  2. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (PhD) - 1996
  1. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (Professor) - 1996
  2. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (Professor) - 2012*
  1. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (Senior Research Fellow) - 1996
  2. Shafi Goldwasser[67][68] (Visiting Professor) - 2012

Yale University (15th, Tie)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
Yale University, United States  
3
  1. Ronald Rivest[11][12] (B.A) - 2002
  1. Alan Perlis[51] (Professor) - 1966
  1. Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (Visiting Professor of Mathematics) – 1976

Other Universities (21st)Edit

Affiliations Graduate and Attendee Long-term Academic Staff Temporary Academic Staff
City College of New York, United States  
2
  1. Robert Kahn[66] (B.E.E) - 2004
  1. Richard Hamming[42] (Adjunct Professor) - 1969
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel  
2
  1. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (B.S) - 1996
  2. Judea Pearl[110] (B.S) - 2011
Tel Aviv University, Israel  
2
  1. Adi Shamir[59] (B.S) - 2002
  1. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (Associate Professor) - 1996
University of Aarhus, Denmark  
2
  1. Kristen Nygaard[38] (Visiting Professor) - 2001
  2. Robin Milner[45][46] (Visiting Professor) – 1991
University at Albany, SUNY, United States  
2
  1. Frances E. Allen[111] (B.A) - 2006
  1. Richard E. Stearns[80][81] (Professor) - 1993*
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands  
2
  1. Edsger W. Dijkstra[121] (PhD) - 1972
  1. Dana Scott[19][20] (Visiting Professor) - 1976
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom  
2
  1. Leslie Valiant[97][104] (Reader) - 2010
  2. Robin Milner[46][45] (Professor) - 1991*
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States  
2
  1. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (PhD) - 2000
  2. Richard Hamming[42] (PhD) - 1969
  1. Richard Hamming[42] (Instructor) - 1969
University of Oslo, Norway  
2
  1. Kristen Nygaard[38] (M.S) - 2001
  2. Ole-Johan Dahl[122] (M.S) - 2001
  1. Kristen Nygaard[38] (Professor) - 2001
  2. Ole-Johan Dahl[122] (Professor) - 2001
University of Pennsylvania, United States  
2
  1. Charles Bachman[123] (M.S) - 1973
  1. Amir Pnueli[34][35] (Visiting Associate Professor) - 1996
University of Texas at Austin, United States  
2
  1. E. Allen Emerson[100] (B.S) - 2007
  1. E. Allen Emerson[100] (Professor) - 2007*
  2. Edsger W. Dijkstra[121] (Professor) - 1972
University of Utah, United States  
2
  1. Alan Kay[33] (M.S, PhD) - 2003
  1. Ivan Sutherland[58] (Professor) - 1988
University of Virginia, United States  
2
  1. Edmund M. Clarke[106][108] (B.A) - 2007
  2. John Backus[94] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1977
University of Warwick, United Kingdom  
2
  1. Leslie Valiant[97][104] (PhD) - 2010
  1. Adi Shamir[59] (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2002

Other Universities (36th)Edit

University Number Description of Affiliation
  Brandeis University 1 Leslie Lamport[54][55] (M.A, PhD) - 2013
  Carleton College 1 Richard E. Stearns[80][81] (B.A) - 1993
  Case Institute of Technology 1 Donald E. Knuth[21][22] (B.S, M.S) - 1974
  Chinese University of Hong Kong 1 Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Professor-at-large) - 2000
  City University of Hong Kong 1 Manuel Blum[56][57] (Visiting Professor) - 1995
  City, University of London 1 Robin Milner[45][46] (Lecturer) - 1991
  Dartmouth College 1 John McCarthy[30][124] (Assistant Professor) - 1971
  École Normale Supérieure 1 Adi Shamir[59] (Invited Professor) - 2002
  Eindhoven University of Technology 1 Edsger W. Dijkstra[121] (Professor) - 1972*
  Haverford College 1 John Backus[94] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1977
  Illinois Institute of Technology 1 Herbert A. Simon[93] (Professor) - 1975
  Imperial College London 1 Leslie Valiant[97][104] (M.S) - 2010
  King's College, London 1 Michael O. Rabin[74] (Visiting Professor) - 1976
  Kyoto University 1 Alan Kay[33][72] (Visiting Professor) - 2003
  Leiden University 1 Edsger W. Dijkstra[121] (B.S) - 1972
  Marlboro College 1 Leslie Lamport[54][125] (Professor) - 2013
  Michigan State University 1 Charles Bachman[123] (B.S) - 1973
  Moscow State University 1 Tony Hoare[116] (Graduate Attendee) - 1980
  National Taiwan University 1 Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (B.S) - 2000
  National Technical University of Athens 1 Joseph Sifakis[126][127] (BEng) - 2007
  New Jersey Institute of Technology 1 Judea Pearl[110] (M.S) - 2011
  Ohio State University 1 Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (Assistant Professor) - 1993
  Oregon State University 1 Douglas Engelbart[23][24] (B.S) - 1997
  Portland State University 1 Ivan Sutherland[58][128] (Visiting Scientist) - 1988
  Purdue University 1 Alan J. Perlis[51] (Researcher) - 1966
  Queen's University 1 Kenneth E. Iverson[103] (B.A) - 1979
  Queen's University of Belfast 1 Tony Hoare[116] (Professor) - 1980
  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1 Richard E. Stearns[80][81] (Adjunct Professor) - 1993
  Rutgers University 1 Judea Pearl[110] (M.S) - 2011
  Sapienza University of Rome 1 Silvio Micali[69][70] (B.S) - 2012
  Seattle University 1 John Hopcroft[6][7] (B.S) - 1986
  Stony Brook University 1 John L. Hennessy[27][28] (M.S, PhD) - 2017
  Swansea University 1 Robin Milner[45][46] (Senior Research Assistant) - 1991
  Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne 1 Joseph Sifakis[126][127] (Professor) - 2007
  Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich 1 Niklaus Wirth[31] (B.S) - 1984, Niklaus Wirth[31] (Professor) - 1984*
  Technical University of Denmark 1 Peter Naur[129][130] (Lecturer) - 2005
  Tsinghua University 1 Andrew Chi-Chih Yao[17][18] (Professor) - 2000
  Université Laval 1 Niklaus Wirth[31] (M.S) - 1984
  University of California, Irvine 1 Richard Hamming[42] (Adjunct Professor) - 1969
  University of California, Santa Cruz 1 John Backus[94] (Adjunct Professor) - 1977
  University of Colorado at Boulder 1 Alan Kay[33] (B.S) - 2003
  University of Copenhagen 1 Peter Naur[114] (B.A, PhD) -2005, Peter Naur[114] (Professor) - 2005*
  University of Grenoble 1 Joseph Sifakis[126][127] (M.S, PhD) - 2007
  University of Leeds 1 Leslie Valiant[97][104] (Lecturer) - 2010
  University of Linz 1 Dana Scott[19][20] (Professor) - 1976
  University of Louisville 1 Richard Hamming[42] (Assistant Professor) - 1968
  University of Madras 1 Raj Reddy[10] (BEng) - 1994
  University of Marburg 1 Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1993
  University of Missouri-Kansas City 1 Juris Hartmanis[78][79] (M.A) - 1993
  University of Nebraska–Lincoln 1 Richard Hamming[42] (M.A) - 1968
  University of New South Wales 1 Raj Reddy[10] (MTech) - 1994
  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1 Frederick Brooks[101][102] (Professor) - 1999*
  University of Oslo 1 Donald E. Knuth[22] (Guest Professor) - 1974
  University of Paris 1 Michael O. Rabin[74][75] (Visiting Lecturer in Computer Science) - 1976
  University of Pittsburgh 1 John Backus[94][131] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1977
  University of Southampton 1 Tim Berners-Lee[71] (Professor) - 2016
  University of Southern California 1 Leonard Adleman[62] (Professor) - 2002
  University of Sydney 1 Ken Thompson[95][132] (Visiting Professor) - 1983
  University of Tennessee 1 Edgar F. Codd[115] (Lecturer) - 1981
  University of Washington 1 Richard Karp[89][133] (Professor) - 1985
  University of Zurich 1 Niklaus Wirth[31] (Assistant Professor) - 1984
  Vassar College 1 Frederick Brooks[101][102] (Visiting Instructor) - 1999
  Villanova University 1 John L. Hennessy[27][28] (BEng) - 2017

See alsoEdit

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