Michael Scott Quotes and Biography 2022
Michael Scott is an American. He is a professor of computer science at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. He was born in the year 1959 and he is 63 years of age as of the year 2022.
Early life, Family and Relationship
Michael Scott got his PhD in the year of 1984 from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has got to the Rochester the same very year as an assistant professor in the department of computer science.
Micheal Scott was the chair of the computer science department starting from the year of 1996 to the year of 1999 and after him, it was taken as Mitsunori Ogihara had succeeded him in the position. Later of which Michael Scott again served as the interim Chair starting from the July of the year 2007 till the December of the year 2017.
Later in the year of 2001, he has received the award called Robert and Pamela Goergen Award for Distinguished Achievement and Artistry in Undergraduate Teaching from the University of Rochester. He has also published Pragmatics in the year of 2000 which is a text Programming Language. Its second edition was out published in the year of 2005 and its third came too in the year of 2009 and the fourth edition was published in the year of 2015.
This book has also been translated into Greek and simplified Chinese for those natives to get benefitted from this book. He is said to be known as a Unitarian Universalist. Michael has also served as a secretary of the New York State Convention of Universalists starting from the year of 1991 to the year 1999. He has also been the President for the same starting the year of 2001 till the year of 2005. In the June of 2004, he spoke at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in support of the electronic voting machines, as they had retained a paper backup.
Michael Scott Success and career
Michael Scott in the year of 2006 along with John Mellor-Crummey was awarded the Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in the Distributed Computing as the paper they wrote in the 1991 Algorithms for Scalable Synchronisation on Shared-Memory Multiprocessors gained its value. In the year of 2005, he with his mates William Scherer III and Doug Lea developed a set of algorithms in order to handle synchronous queues and lock-free concurrent exchanges.
Michael Scott Quotes and Biography