Monty M. Denneau

Award Recipient
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Dr. Monty M. Denneau has been involved in the architecture, design, construction, and programming of parallel computers since he joined the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in 1978.

He has received many IBM awards for high performance machines designed to target science, mathematics, logic simulation, and general purpose parallel computation.

Most recently Dr. Denneau helped to initiate the Blue Gene project and is currently the architect for the Blue Gene Cyclops computer.


2002 Seymour Cray Award
“For ingenious and sustained contributions to designs and implementations at the frontier of high performance computing leading to widely used industrial products.”
Learn more about the Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award