Awards. IRE Medal of Honor, 1951, IEEE Edison Medal, 1952. Vladimir Kosma Zworykin [b] (1888/1889 [a] – July 29, 1982 ) was a Russian-American inventor, engineer, and pioneer of television technology. Zworykin invented a television transmitting and receiving system employing cathode ray tubes.
Vladimir Zworykin, Russian-born American electronic engineer and inventor of the iconoscope and kinescope television systems. Zworykin’s other developments in electronics included innovations in the electron microscope, night vision devices, and the scintillation counter.
Vladimir Kosma Zworykin, Vladimir Kosma Zworykin The Russian-American physicist and radio engineer Vladimir Kosma Zworykin (1889-1982) made important contributions to the dev… Philo Taylor Farnsworth , Philo T. Farnsworth (1906-1971) is known as the father of television by proving, as a young man, that pictures could be televised electronically.
Vladimir Zworykin (1889 - 1982) Zworykin at age nine started spending summers as an apprentice aboard the boats his father operated on the Oka River. He eagerly helped repair electrical equipment, and it soon became apparent that he was more interested in electricity than anything nautical. At the Imperial Institute of Technology, Boris Rosing ...
Keonjian declined the new position. Shortly after arriving in the US, Keonjian had written to Dr. Vladimir Zworykin, the chief scientist at RCA. Zworykin was a television pioneer, and he was also part of New York City’s Russian community. Keonjian inquired about employment at RCA.
In the 1940s, Vladimir Zworykin, an American inventor, made significant contributions to the development of surveillance cameras. Zworykin is known for his work on the iconoscope, an early television camera tube that played a crucial role in the advancement of CCTV technology.
Evelyn M. Witkin ( née Maisel; March 9, 1921 – July 8, 2023) was an American bacterial geneticist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (1944–1955), SUNY Downstate Medical Center (1955–1971), and Rutgers University (1971–1991). Witkin was considered innovative and inspirational as a scientist, teacher and mentor. 
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Vladimir Kosma Zworykin Ingeniero electrónico estadounidense de origen ruso (Murom, 1889 - Nueva York, 1982). Se le considera el padre de la televisión, por sus dos inventos: el Iconoscopio (1923), primera cámara electrónica, y el kinescopio (1924), primer receptor electrónico, así como un sistema de televisión en color patentado en 1928 ...
The president of the respected Institute for the Study of War has given her thoughts on Kyiv's counteroffensive, saying the Ukrainians have made "important gains". And jailed Putin critic Alexei ...