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  2. Faculty – MIT Chemical Engineering

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    Robert T. Haslam (1911) Professor of Chemical Engineering, Singapore Research Professor, Graduate Officer ... Robert N. Noyce Career Development Professor of Chemical ...

  3. CS | Computer Science

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    Computer science is a branch of engineering that encompasses the design, modeling, analysis, and applications of computer systems. Its study at UCLA provides education at the undergraduate and graduate levels necessary to understand, design, implement, and use the software and hardware of digital computers and digital systems.

  4. Tommy Flanagan - Biography - IMDb

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    Tommy Flanagan was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland. In his twenties, Flanagan made his living as a DJ for local dance clubs and during this time, his friend Robert Carlyle, persuaded Flanagan to give acting a try.

  5. Robert (imię) – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Robert, Rupert – imię męskie pochodzenia germańskiego, z imienia Hrodebert. Wywodzi się od słów hrod (sława) oraz beraht (jasny, bystry), co oznacza „ ten, który jest sławny ”, „ ten, który żyje w chwale ” oraz „ ten, który oświeca noce ”.

  6. Financial Analyst Day :: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)

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    In 2020, Fortune named Dr. Su #2 on its “Business Person of the Year” list, she was elected to the American Academy of Arts & Science, and she received the Semiconductor Industry Association’s highest honor, the Robert N. Noyce Award. Dr. Su has been a member of the board of of Cisco Systems, Inc., since January 2020.

  7. Computer Processor History

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    Intel Corporation was founded by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1968. 1969: AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) was founded on May 1, 1969. 1971: Intel, with the help of Ted Hoff, introduced the world's first microprocessor, the Intel 4004: 1972: Intel introduced the 8008 processor on April 1, 1972. 1974