Computer People - I

Below is a listing of computer pioneers, inventors, and other people who have contributed to the computer industry that have a first or last name beginning with the letter 'I'. Clicking on any of the below links will open a biography for that person.

I Bernard Cohen
Professor of the history of science at Harvard and author of numerous books on the history of science and computers.
Category: Professor and Writer
Igor Aleksander
Emeritus professor of Neural System Engineering and Electronics Engineering at Imperial College.
Category: Professor and Writer
Igor Sysoev
Russian software developer known for creating Nginx.
Category: Founder, Twitter, and Writer
Isaac Asimov
American author and professor known for his science fiction books.
Category: Professor and Writer
Isaac Newton
English mathematician and physicist known for Universal gravitation and Calculus.
Category: Mathematician, Physicist, Scientist, and Writer
Ivan Sutherland
Inventor of the Sketchpad and co-founder of Evans and Sutherland.
Category: Founder, Inventor, Programmer, Scientist, and Writer
Izrael Staffel
Inventor of the Staffel's calculator.
Category: Inventor and Writer
Alexey Ivanov
Russian computer programmer and hacker.
Category: Convict, Hacker, Programmer, and Writer
Daniel Ingalls
Pioneer of object-oriented computer programming.
Category: Inventor, Programmer, and Writer
Fredrik Idestam
Finnish businessman and engineer known for founding Nokia.
Category: Engineer, Founder, and Writer
Jean Ichbiah
Designed the keyboard layout of FITALY.
Category: Scientist and Writer
John Impagliazzo
Historian, author, and professor of the computing sciences.
Category: Editor, Professor, and Writer
Jonathan Ive
English designer and the Senior Vice President of Industrial Design at Apple Inc.
Category: President and Writer
Kenneth Iverson
Canadian computer scientist noted for the development of the APL programming language in 1962
Category: Mathematician, Programmer, Scientist, and Writer
Miguel Icaza
Mexican free software programmer, best known for starting the GNOME and Mono projects.
Category: Manager, Programmer, Twitter, and Writer
Ross Ihaka
Associate Professor of Statistics and one of the creators of the R programming language.
Category: Professor, Programmer, and Writer
Sellam Ismail
Operator of VintageTech, a consultancy specializing in obsolete computers.
Category: Founder and Writer
Toru Iwatani
World's most popular arcade game.
Category: Programmer and Writer
Vida Ilderem
Vice president of Intel Labs and director of the Integrated Platform Research Lab
Category: Director, President, and Writer
William Inmon
American computer scientist Often referred to as the father of the data warehouse.
Category: Coined, Father, Scientist, and Writer

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