As a Millennium Technology Prize
winner, Arnold joins the likes of Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web; Shuji Nakamura, who invented bright blue and white LEDs; and Shinya Yamanaka, who pioneered ethical stem-cell research protocols.
IBM Researchers based at Almaden and alumni have been celebrated with prestigious science and technology awards including the Nobel Prize for Chemistry (2014), Millennium Technology Prize
(2014), Kavli Prize in Nanoscience (2010), A.
Besides these highly informative lectures, 08 lectures were delivered by Field Medallists Cedric Villani (2010), Stephen Smale (1966); Millennium Technology Prize
holders Michael Gratzel (2010), Stuart Parkin (2014) andTuring Award holders (sometimes referred to as the "Nobel Prize" of Computing) Andrew Chi-Chih Yao (2000), Leslie Lamport (2013), Leslie Valiant (2010) and Richard Karp (1985).
He has received more than 200 honors and awards, including his recent Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, as well as the Breakthrough Prize, the Wolf Prize in chemistry, the Kyoto Prize, the Charles Stark Draper Prize, the Millennium Technology Prize
, and 25 honorary doctorates.
This was first demonstrated by Shuji Nakamura and he was awarded the 2006 millennium technology prize
for his blue and white LED inventions.
G24i has made my vision of mimicking nature's photosynthesis a commercial reality", said Professor Graetzel, recipient of the 2012 Albert Einstein World Award of Science and the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize
for inventing dye-sensitised cells.
Gratzel was awarded the Millennium Technology Prize
for inventing the dye-sensitized solar cell called Gratzel cell.
Three finalists have been shortlisted for the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize
, the world's largest award for technological innovation.
Helsinki, June 11, 2008 - (ACN Newswire) - The 2008 Millennium Technology Prize
was presented to Professor Robert Langer today in Helsinki for developing innovative biomaterials for controlled drug release.
But yesterday, he received the first Millennium Technology Prize
, a pounds 663,000 cash award, in Helsinki, in recognition of his revolutionary contribution to communication.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the British inventor credited with creating the World Wide Web, has been awarded the Millennium Technology Prize
in recognition of his contribution to humanity.
The "Father of the Web" was the first winner of the Millennium Technology Prize
from the Finnish Technology Award Foundation.