Education & Titles

Uri Weiser - Emeritus Professor

IEEE/ACM Computer Society Eckert-Mauchly Award, 2016

“For leadership and pioneering industry and academic work in high performance processors and multimedia architectures”
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ChipEx Global Industry Leader Award, 2016

“For leadership in superscalar and multimedia architectures”

ACM Fellow, 2005

“For leadership in superscalar and multimedia architectures.”

EE Distinguish Fellow, Electrical Engineering Department, Technion, 2004

“For his pioneering R&D activities in the area of computers and microprocessors architecture promoted under his leadership at RAFAEL, National Semiconductors and Intel. For his technological breakthroughs in the development of NS32532 microprocessor, Intel Pentium Definition, the Intel MMX technology and the invention of the Trace Cache.”

IEEE Fellow, 2002

“For Contributions to Computer Architecture.”

IEEE Senior member, 1999

Intel Fellow, 1996

Intel’s 12th Fellow

Ph.D., 1981

Computer Science Department, University of Utah S.L.C. Utah.

  • Areas of Interest: Processing; Digital Hardware; VLSI Computer Architecture
  • Thesis Title:          “Mathematical and Graphical Tools for the Creation of Computational Arrays”
  • Advisor:                 Professor Alan L. Davis

M.Sc., 1975

Department of Electrical Engineering, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.

  • Specialization: Analog Circuits, Electronics; Circuit Theory; Control; Signal Processing
  • Thesis Title:      “A Logarithmic Preamplifier for Laser Signal Detection”
  • Advisor:             Professor Arie F. Arbel, Amnon Adin

B.Sc., 1970

Department of Electrical Engineering, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.

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