Jeffrey David Ullman

The Turing Award 2020 is based on the foundation of several programming areas, in particular, compiler design and computer-related textbook.

Jeffrey was born on November 22, 1942, in New York City.

1963 Bachelor of Elements of ML Programming, 1993 in Mathematics Engineering from Columbia University

She graduated from Princeton University in 1966, after which he worked at the Bell Laboratories.

1969 was awarded the position of Assistant Professor at Printon.

1974 received the position of professor.

1977 wrote The Principles of Compiler Design

1979 moved to Stanford (Stanford University)

1994 received a position of professor (S. W. Ascherman Profressor) Engineering

2003 retired and served as Stanford's lecturer until now.

Established Gradiance Corp. (gradiance.com), which provides training in computer programming, operating systems, automation systems, etc.

2007 Writes Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools in partnership with Alfred Aho

2020 has won the Turing Award in conjunction with Alfred Ehoe.

Jeffrey has over 16 books and 200 technical publications.

Partial writings

Mining of Massive Datasets, 2020Database Systems: The Complete Book, 2009A First Course in Database Systems, 2008Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools, 2007Elements of ML Programming, 1993Foundations of Computer Science, 1992Principles of Database and Knowledge -Base System, 1988Data Sructures and Algorithms, 1983The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithm, 1974Introduction to Automata Theory, 1969