Fernando J. Corbató
Fernando José Corbató
|Alma mater||California Institute of Technology (B.S., 1950) |
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D., 1956)
|Awards||Turing Award (1990) |
Computer History Museum Fellow (2012) 
|Institutions||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Thesis||A calculation of the energy bands of the graphite crystal by means of the tight-binding method (1956)|
|Doctoral advisor||John C. Slater|
|Doctoral students||Jerome H. Saltzer|
Among many awards, Corbató received the Turing Award in 1990, "for his pioneering work in organizing the concepts and leading the development of the general-purpose, large-scale, time-sharing and resource-sharing computer systems".
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Quotations related to Fernando J. Corbató at Wikiquote
- Oral history interview with Fernando J. Corbató at Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota. Corbató discusses computer science research, especially time-sharing, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
- Oral history interview with Fernando J. Corbató at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Fernando Corbató reviews his early educational and naval experiences in the Eddy program during World War II, including the Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS), Project MAC, and Multics.
- Computer Networks: The Heralds of Resource Sharing, documentary ca. 1972 about the ARPANET. Includes footage of Fernando Corbató.
- 1964 TV episode of John Fitch, Science Reporter at YouTube, featuring MIT's CTSS time-sharing system and an interview with MIT Professor Fernando J Corbato.