Gordonus E. Moore

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Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Nativitas: 3 Ianuarii 1929; Franciscopolis (California)
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae
Nomen nativum: Gordon Earle Moore

Officium

Munus: conductor, computer scientist, chemicus, philanthropist, ingeniarius, physicus
Patronus: Universitas Californiensis

Familia

Coniunx: Betty I. Moore

Memoria

Laurae: National Medal of Technology and Innovation, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, John Fritz Medal, IEEE Frederik Philips Award, Perkin Medal, IEEE Medal of Honor, National Inventors Hall of Fame, Computer History Museum fellow, Nierenberg Prize, Dan David Prize, W. Wallace McDowell Award, IEEE Founders Medal

Gordonus E. Moore (vulgo Gordon E. Moore, natus Franciscopoli 3 Ianuarii 1929) est negotiator, ingeniarius, et creator Intel, societatis quae semiconductra fabricatur.

Alma mater sua est Institutum Technologiae Californiense. Legem Moorianam, theoriam claram, excogitavit.

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