• Changing the Way We Look at the Internet | Philip Emeagwali | Nigerian Father of the Internet
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    Changing the Way We Look at the Internet | Philip Emeagwali | Nigerian Father of the Internet

    TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to launch the 2008 Kwame Ture lecture series on Sunday June 8 at the JFK [John F. Kennedy] auditorium UWI [The University of the West Indies] Saint Augustine 5 p.m. The Emancipation Support Committee invites you to come and hear this inspirational mind address the theme: “Crossing New Frontiers to Conquer Today’s Challenges.” This lecture is one…

  • Philip Emeagwali | The World’s Fastest Supercomputing Across the Internet of the Future
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    Philip Emeagwali | The World’s Fastest Supercomputing Across the Internet of the Future

    TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to launch the 2008 Kwame Ture lecture series on Sunday June 8 at the JFK [John F. Kennedy] auditorium UWI [The University of the West Indies] Saint Augustine 5 p.m. The Emancipation Support Committee invites you to come and hear this inspirational mind address the theme: “Crossing New Frontiers to Conquer Today’s Challenges.” This lecture is one…

  • Philip Emeagwali: “I Changed the Way Mathematicians Count” | Paradigm Shifts in Computer Science
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    Philip Emeagwali: “I Changed the Way Mathematicians Count” | Paradigm Shifts in Computer Science

    TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to launch the 2008 Kwame Ture lecture series on Sunday June 8 at the JFK [John F. Kennedy] auditorium UWI [The University of the West Indies] Saint Augustine 5 p.m. The Emancipation Support Committee invites you to come and hear this inspirational mind address the theme: “Crossing New Frontiers to Conquer Today’s Challenges.” This lecture is one…

  • Parallel Computing is My Contribution to Computer Science | Philip Emeagwali | Famous Inventors
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    Parallel Computing is My Contribution to Computer Science | Philip Emeagwali | Famous Inventors

    TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to launch the 2008 Kwame Ture lecture series on Sunday June 8 at the JFK [John F. Kennedy] auditorium UWI [The University of the West Indies] Saint Augustine 5 p.m. The Emancipation Support Committee invites you to come and hear this inspirational mind address the theme: “Crossing New Frontiers to Conquer Today’s Challenges.” This lecture is one…