John HennessyStanford University
H-Index & Metrics
|Number of Google Citations||39,621|
|Guide2Research World Ranking||465th|
|Guide2Research National Ranking (United States)||312th|
|Number of Articles on DBLP||106|
Awards & Achievements
- 2001 - ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award For being the founder and chief architect of the MIPS Computer Systems and contributing to the development of the landmark MIPS R2000 microprocessor.
- 1997 - ACM Fellows John L. Hennessy is a pioneer of RISC technology and a founder of MIPS Computer Systems. His work demonstrated to the field the symbiosis possible among compiler technology, instruction set architecture and processor design.
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