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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Horst_ZuseHorst Zuse - Wikipedia

    Horst Zuse (born November 17, 1945) is a German computer scientist. Life. Horst Zuse was born in 1945 as the son of the computer pioneer Konrad Zuse. He first studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Berlin and later on completed his PhD on software metrics.

  2. zuse.de homepage from Horst Zuse (son of Konrad Zuse) with much information about the Zuse computers; zuse.de {English} English homepage from Horst Zuse (son of Konrad Zuse) Pictures of the Z4 at the ETH Zürich (with German text) "Textual and pictorial description of the Z4: history, instruction set and hardware features". Konrad Zuse's Computer.

    • 1945; 78 years ago
    • SFr 30,000 for five years
  3. Horst Konrad Zuse (* 17. November 1945 in Hindelang) ist ein deutscher Informatiker . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Werdegang und Tätigkeiten. 2 Publikationen. 3 Weblinks. 4 Einzelnachweise. Werdegang und Tätigkeiten. Zuse ist Sohn des Erfinders des ersten binären Digitalrechners, Konrad Zuse.

  4. 7 de set. de 2010 · Do G1, em São Paulo. O Museu Alemão de Tecnologia, em Berlim, apresenta o Z1, o primeiro computador do mundo. Ele teve o início do seu desenvolvimento na década de 1930, criado por Konrad Zuse. A peça foi destruída durante um bombardeio na Segunda Guerra Mundial e foi reconstruída pelo próprio Zuse.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Konrad_ZuseKonrad Zuse - Wikipedia

    Konrad Ernst Otto Zuse (German: [ˈkɔnʁaːt ˈtsuːzə]; 22 June 1910 – 18 December 1995) was a German civil engineer, pioneering computer scientist, inventor and businessman.

  6. www.computerhistory.org › profile › horst-zuseHorst Zuse - CHM

    Horst Zuse Professor of Computer Science, Technische Universitat Berlin, (And son of Konrad Zuse) Dr. Zuse will address Konrad Zuse's later machines as well as the Zuse company.

  7. Horst Zuse Konrad Zuse founded the world’s first computer company – Zuse-Apparatebau (Zuse Apparatus Construction) – in Berlin in 1941. In 1949 the newly formed Zuse KG, located in Hesse, began developing mainframe computers for academic, administrative, and business use.