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  1. Há 2 dias · Lynn Conway’s example of engineering impact and personal courage has been a great source of inspiration for me and countless others. I was privileged to know her as a colleague, and honored to hold a collegiate professorship in her name,” said Michael Wellman, the Lynn A. Conway Collegiate Professor and the Richard H. Orenstein Division Chair of Computer Science & Engineering.

  2. Há 1 dia · Lynn Conway, the tech pioneer and transgender trailblazer who helped revolutionize the microchip industry, has died at the age of 86. As a gifted computer architect in California’s Silicon ...

  3. Lynn Ann Conway (Mount Vernon, [1] 2 de janeiro de 1938) [2] [3] é uma cientista da computação, engenheira elétrica, inventora e ativista transgénero estadunidense. [4]

  4. › wiki › Lynn_ConwayLynn Conway - Wikipedia

    Lynn Ann Conway (January 2, 1938 – June 9, 2024) was an American computer scientist, electrical engineer, and transgender activist. Conway worked at IBM in the 1960s and invented generalized dynamic instruction handling, a key advance used in out-of-order execution, used by most

  5. Há 1 dia · Lynn Conway, a true pioneer, passes away at 86. Former IBM and Xerox PARC engineer Lynn Conway, who helped shape the way chips are designed, died last weekend at age 86. The big picture: Conway broke ground both for her contributions to the tech industry and for her gender transition at a time when such a move was rare among professionals. In ...

  6. Há 8 horas · Lynn Conway, a pioneering computer scientist and transgender woman, died in her home in Jackson, Michigan on June 9 due to complications of a heart condition. She was 86 years old.

  7. 21 de nov. de 2020 · In August 1968, Lynn Conway, a promising computer engineer at IBM in Sunnyvale, Calif., was called into the office of Gene Myron Amdahl, then the company’s director of advanced computing systems.