When pioneers disappear from history
Tech leader Lynn Conway explores why women and underrepresented minorities lose credit for their contributions over time.
Lynn Conway encourages graduates to embrace coming social change
Professor emerita and transgender advocate Lynn Conway delivered the 2018 Winter Commencement address to U-M graduates.
Computing pioneer to receive honorary U-M doctorate
Lynn Conway is a leader in the microchip design revolution that made cell phones and laptops possible, and an internationally-recognized advocate for transgender rights.
Lynn Conway Receives 2015 IEEE/RSE James Clerk Maxwell MedalThe James Clerk Maxwell Medal is one of the highest awards presented by IEEE.
Thank Lynn Conway for your cell phone
Conway will be named a fellow at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
Workshop to chart the future of nano and micro manufacturing
“This workshop is a first step toward developing a roadmap for practical innovations in nano/micro-manufacturing.”
Solid-State Circuits publishes special issue with Lynn Conway’s memoir of the VLSI revolution
The issue features Prof. Conway’s 24-page memoir about the VLSI revolution and related articles by Conway’s colleagues.
Lynn Conway honored with Computer Pioneer Award by IEEE Computer Society
The award is presented to outstanding individuals whose main contribution to the computer field was made at least fifteen years earlier.