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  2. Michael O. Rabin - Wikipedia

    Michael Oser Rabin ( Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל עוזר רַבִּין; born September 1, 1931) is an Israeli mathematician, computer scientist, and recipient of the Turing Award . Biography Early life and education Rabin was born in 1931 in Breslau, Germany (today Wrocław, in Poland ), the son of a rabbi. In 1935, he emigrated with his family to Mandate Palestine.

  3. Michael O. Rabin - A.M. Turing Award Laureate

    Subjects. Video Interview. Oral History Interview. Michael Rabin was born in 1931 in Breslau, Germany, now Wroclaw, Poland. His father, a rabbi, moved the family to Palestine in 1935. Michael was given a very good primary education and attended the best high school in Haifa.

  4. Michael O. Rabin - Harvard John A. Paulson School of ...

    Michael O. Rabin. Thomas J. Watson Sr. Research Professor of Computer Science Harvard University SEAS. M.Sc., Mathematics, Hebrew University Ph.D., Mathematics, Princeton University. H. B. Fine Instructor, Princeton University Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor and Professor (1965), Hebrew ...

  5. Michael O. Rabin | Harvard John A. Paulson School of ...

    Michael O. Rabin Thomas J. Watson, Sr. Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus Primary Teaching Area Computer Science Contact Maxwell Dworkin 110A (617) 496-6294 Websites Assistant Roisin J. Dowling 150 Western Ave, Sci&Eng SEC 3.404 (617) 496-6108

  6. Michael Oser Rabin | Israeli-American ... - Britannica

    Michael Oser Rabin, German-born Israeli American mathematician and computer scientist and cowinner of the 1976 A.M. Turing Award, the highest honour in computer science. Rabin and the American mathematician and computer scientist Dana S. Scott were cited for their early joint paper “Finite Automata

  7. Michael O. Rabin - Association for Computing Machinery

    ACM Honors & Ethics. Michael O. Rabin. USA - 2020. For fundamental, pioneering contributions to the theory of computation, probabilistic algorithms, and cryptography. USA - 2003. citation. Development of efficient randomized tests of primality. Gary Miller, Michael Rabin, Robert Solovay, Volker Strassen.

  8. Michael O. Rabin - Dan David Prize

    Prof. Michael O. Rabin, Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University, Boston, and at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, is one of the world’s most prominent computer scientists. His contributions during the course of his decades-long career have been deeply significant, and touched many areas in the foundations of computer science.

  9. Affiliation. Mathematics. From the American Philosophical Society: …Dr. Rabin's research interests include complexity of computations, efficient algorithms, randomized algorithms, DNA to DNA Computing, parallel and distributed computation and computer security. Among his inventions are (with Y. Aumann and Y.Z. Ding) Hyper-Encryption, the ...

  10. Michael O. RabinGoogle Research

    From 82 to 94 he served on the IBM Science Advisory Committee. In Spring 2009 he was Visiting Researcher at Google His contributions were recognized by awards including: The ACM Turing Award in Computer Science The ACM Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award The Rothschild Prize in Mathematics The Weizmann Prize in Exact Sciences

  11. Michael O. Rabin - Wikiwand

    Michael Oser Rabin is an Israeli mathematician, computer scientist, and recipient of the Turing Award.