Category:Robert E. Kahn

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English: Robert Elliot Kahn (born 1938) is an American computer scientist; he invented the TCP protocol, and along with Vinton G. Cerf created the IP protocol.
Deutsch: Robert E. Kahn (* 1938) ist Informatiker und zusammen mit Vint Cerf einer der Entwickler des Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)

Bob Kahn 
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American Internet pioneer, engineer and computer scientist
Date of birth 24 December 1938
New York City
Educated at
  • City College of New York
  • Princeton University
  • Princeton University
  • computer scientist
  • engineer
  • electrical engineer
  • professor
  • patent inventor
Member of
  • National Academy of Sciences
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • National Academy of Engineering
  • Association for Computing Machinery
Field of work
  • computer science
Notable work
Award received
  • Turing Award
  • Webby Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Princess of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research
  • Harold Pender Award
  • EFF Pioneer Award
  • Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
  • Charles Stark Draper Prize
  • Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • National Medal of Technology and Innovation
  • IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal
  • SIGCOMM Award
  • Marconi Prize
  • IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal
  • National Inventor Hall of Fame
  • Internet Hall of Fame
  • Computer History Museum fellow
  • Computer Pioneer Award
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