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May 18, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM celebrated technical achievements of its employees in San Francisco Tuesday night by distributing $1.55m in corporate awards and naming three new IBM Fellows: highest cash award, $80,000, went to Mike Cowlishaw, an IBM employee in the UK, for developing a new, high-quality and versatile computer programming language; the three new Fellows are Bernard Aken, Jr of Poughkeepsie, who is cited as a key technical leader in developing operating system software; Michael Hatzakis, Yorktown Heights, a prime contributor in resist technology used in fabricating semiconductor circuits; and James Walsh, East Fishkill, a leader in the field of high-performance switching technology who pioneered the development of IBM’s first transistor circuits.

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