Why is Stanley Mazor Important?:
Stanley Mazor Role on the Intel 4004:
Stanley Mazor Biography:
Stanley Mazor studied mathematics at San Francisco State College. However, as a hobby he was interested in the building and designing of helicopters. In 1962, he married a fellow student Maurine.
In 1964, he joined Fairchild as a programmer and computer designer. At Fairchild, he helped specify and implement the Symbol high-level language computer, for which he received a patent.
From 1969 to 1984, Stanley Mazor worked for Intel on several of Intel's early microprocessors including the first, the Intel 4004.
From 1984 to 1988, Mazor was employed as the Director of Customer Engineering Services at Silicon Compiler Systems (SCS), wand developed application-specific IC's. In 1988, he joined Synopsys, where he was Technical Training Manager.
Stanley Mazor, has been a professor at several universities including: University of Santa Clara and Stanford University.
Stanley Mazor is in the Inventor's Hall of Fame. He has received the American Innovator Award, the Kyoto Price, the Robert Noyce Award, the SFSU Wall of Fame, a PC Magazine Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Best Paper Award. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
Today, Stanley Mazor spends his time designing environmentally-friendly French chateaux and has even written a book on the topic called Design an Expandable House