Philip Emeagwali

Nine  Refugees That Made a Difference
Top Five Nigerian  Role Models
The 7  Most Respected Nigerians
Top 10 Igbo Legends That Have Put The Tribe Well High On The Map
Top Ten Inspiring Nigerians
Meet 13 Nigerians Who Got International Recognition
20 Most Influential Nigerians
Voted the Greatest Scientist of African Descent Ever
Voted the 35th Greatest Person of African Descent (pdfhtml)
Top 70 Greatest Black Achievers
Top 65 African Icons That Ever Lived
Famous Black People Who Changed the World
100 Persons That Changed the World

Philip Emeagwali:  A Father of the Internet
Philip Emeagwali’s Wife 
Philip Emeagwali’s Family
Philip Emeagwali  Quotes
Philip Emeagwali Facts
TIME: The “Unsung Hero” Behind the Internet
“The Web owes much of its existence to Philip Emeagwali” – TIME magazine

“A father of the Internet” – 

CNN

“One of the great minds of the Information Age” –

Bill Clinton

(The White House)

Ten Most-Celebrated Fathers of the Computer on Postage Stamps
Ten Most-Celebrated Mathematicians on Postage Stamps
Ten Most-Celebrated
Physicists on Postage Stamps
Ten Most-Celebrated
Black Inventors on Postage Stamps
Ten Most-Celebrated Scientists on Currencies
Ten Most-Googled Fathers of the Computer
Biggest Advance SinceNewton, Galileo (Part 1)
Biggest Advance SinceNewton, Galileo (Part 2)

 

191.
High Flier on the Fast Lane [Two decades ago]

 

190.
Wedding Article [August 15, 1981]

189.
Africa’s Best Scientist [Two decades ago]

 

188.
A Mathematician’s Research Notebook [Emeagwali, 30 years ago]

 

187.
A Genius of Our Time

186.
Man, Genius, Computer Scientist

185.
A Genius of Our Age

184.
Hyper Internets For Global Warming

183.
I Coined the Term “ Hyper Internet

182.
Internet
Will Become a Network of Humans

181.
I Found My Vision After 500 Scientific Seminars

180.
My Paradigm Shift to Parallel Communication

179.
How I Broke Two Speed Records Across An Internet

 

178.
A Speed Record is a Contribution to Civilization

177.
My Journey to the Terra Incognita of the
Internet

176.
Calculus as Instrument of Oil Recovery

175.
Mathematizing Across My Internet

174.
Computers as Numerous as the Atoms

173.
Climate Modeling Across an Internet

172.
MatheMagic Across an Internet

171.
Year Million Internet

170.
Tradition Triumphs Over Technology

169.
I Invented Three Embryonic Internets

168.
Algebra Across My Internet

 

167.
Calculus Came From Within Me

166.
The Spark that Sets Internet on Fire

165.
Paradigm Shift in Supercomputing

164.
Solving the Toughest Math Problems on an Internet

163.
My Earliest Vision of the Fastest Internet

162.
That Internet is My Signature

161.
The Terra Incognita of My Primordial Internet

160.
I Envisioned Two Internets

159.
My Primordial Super Internet

158.
I Left Africa as a Human Computer

157.
Internet is a Superinternet-in-Progress

156.
We Forever Reinvent Humanity

155.
My Super Internet

154.
65,000 Internet Dancers

153.
The Discoverer’s Voice, Part 2

152.
The Discoverer’s Voice

151.
The Hero’s Journey

150.
The Inventor Made the Unknown Known

149.
The Discoverer Made Darkness Visible

148.
My Eureka! Moment

147.
The Eighth Internet Continent

146.
Notes of an Internet Papa (Pt. 2)

145.
Notes of an Internet Papa

144.
I Am Not a Human Being!

143.
Internet Facts (32-Nodes)

142.
HyperCube Internet Facts

141.
Polycentric Internet Facts

140.
Little Known Facts

139.
Fast Facts

138.
Set High Goals, Achieve Them

137.
Supercomputing Serendipity

136.
African Contributions to Russia

135.
The Debt America Owes Africa

134.
On Unsung Black SuperHeroes

133.
AIDS Was Discovered in England, Not Africa

132.
Decolonizing the African Mind

131.
Globalization Not New; Look at Slave Trade

130.
Highlife Songs From Emeagwali’s iPOD

129.
Ten Highest IQs
in the World

128.
World AIDS Day Conversations

127.
Bio for Kids: Early School

126.
Bio for Kids: Childhood

125.
Bio for Kids: Introduction

124.
Photos (for kid’s projects)

123.
Questions Sheet (for teachers only)

122.
Homework (for teachers only)

121.
Emeagwali Week (for teachers only)

120.
Emeagwali’s Box (for teachers only)

119.
Quotes (for kids’ school projects)

118.
Facts (for kids’ school projects)

117.
Timeline (for kids’ school projects)

116.
Honors, Awards and Prizes

115.
United Nations: “Emeagwali is a Prominent Refugee

114.
World’s Top Five Smartest People

113.
Kudos to Biafran Inventors

112.
Emeagwali Family Celebrates Kwanzaa

111.
The Man That Fought For Biafra

110.
Nigeria: Fighting for Peace

109.
Correspondence on Biafra

108.
Nigeria-Biafra Civil War

107.
Dear Biafra

106.
They Called Me “Biafra

105.
War Stories by a Peace Corp Volunteer

104.
Requiem Biafra

103.
Cries in the Dark

102.
Memories of Biafra

101.
War Letters to an Internet Scientist

100.
Emeagwali Listed Amongst 100 Greatest Africans

99.
After the Nigerian Civil War Was Over

98.
Chronicles From a Biafran War Camp

97.
Africa’s Bloodiest War in Letters

96.
A Soldier’s Story

95.
For Most of It I Have No Words!

94.
War Letters from Biafrans

93.
From Soldier to Scientist

92.
Interview With a Brazilian Writer

91.
Profile in Brazil’s O Estado de S. Paulo

90.
O Bill Gates Africano (in Portuguese, Brazil)

89.
SuperBrain of Africa (Drum magazine, in Zulu, Johannesburg)

88.
II nigeriano considerato uno dei padri di internet (Italy)

87.
A Fuga de Cérebros (Portuguese)

86.
¿Alguna vez un negro ha inventado algo?
(Latin America)

85.
Reversing the Brain Drain
(in Bengali, Bangladesh and India)

84.
Toyota Ad Uses Emeagwali as Celebrity Icon

83.
A Father of the Internet (TIME magazine)

82.
Un génie africain de l’informatique

81.
Profile of Dale Emeagwali (Kingston, Jamaica)

80.
World Bank Honors Emeagwali

79.
Technologie vergrobert die Kluft zwischen Arm und Reich (German)

78.
La difficile missione del Bill
Gates africano
(Sicily, Italy)

77.

The Future of the Internet Lecture (Ottawa, Canada)

76.

Cape Town, South Africa Profile

75.

L’Africa
Deve Produrre O
Perira’ (Valencia, Spain)

74.

Beyond the Internet
(Lecture, Trinidad)

73.

Computer Genius
Thrills at Lecture (University of the West Indies)

72.

Open Letter
to Emeagwali

71.

Humanity’s Eighth Continent

 

70.

Denzel Washington
Asked to
Star as Emeagwali

 

69.
Making Strides in a Sixteen Dimensional Universe

68.
Photos for Students and Journalists

 

67.
An Intellectual Inspiration

 

66.
Black Historical Figures

 

65.
Our Children’s Children Will Be Cyborgs

64.
Simulating Atomic Bombs

 

63.
Is There a God?

62.
The Supercomputer Inside An Internet

61.
The Global SuperBrain

 

60.
My Sixteen-Network-Deep Internet

59.
Wie können wird den „brain drain“
umkehren?

58.
The Perfect School Visit Request Email

 

57.
Emeagwali Conference: Keynote Speech

 

56.
EL PAIS – Madrid ¿Fichaje de inmigrantes o fuga de
cerebros?

55.
Update in progress

54.
Nigeria is Owing Me

53.
Update in progress

52. Update in progress

51.

Oil Tanks Exhausted, Think Tanks Needed
(Paris, France)

50.
50th Anniversary
of the Computer

 

49.
Embassy Lecture Series: A Nigeria Without Oil

48.
Lecture in
Paris (France)

47.
Nigeria’s “
50th Anniversary Lecture

46.
Poetry: “A Father of the Internet

45.
Tribute: “A Living Hero Moment”

44.
Poetry:
Emeagwali Had an Idea

43.
Poetic Portrait of
Dale Emeagwali
42.
Poetry: Ikenga For Philip Emeagwali
41.
“One of the great minds of the Information Age” –
Bill Clinton

40.

“Digital Giant” –
BBC
39.

Africa’s Golden Moment Will Come
38.

Internet Worth ‘Worth Billions‘ to Africa

37.

I Am an
Artist

36.

Technology is the
First Pillar of Progress

35.

Innovation is
Africa’s New Frontier

34.

How I Reached
Internet Frontier

33.

I Am
Well Known
But Not
Known Well

32.

Can Brain Gain
Alleviate Poverty
? – Part 8

31.

Can the Brain Drain be
Reversed
? – Part 7

30.

Can the Brain Drain be
Reversed
? – Part 6

29.
Can the Brain Drain be
Reversed
?
28.
How Do We Turn Brain Drain into
Brain Gain
?
27.
Can Outsourcing Reverse the
Brain Drain
?

26.
How Do We Reverse the Brain Drain of
Nurses
?

25.
How Do We Reverse the
Brain Drain
?
24.

Conversations
with Emeagwali
23.
The Internet of the
Future

22.
My Quest for the
Holy Grail

21.
On the
Fathers of the Internet

20.
Out-of-the-Box Thinking

19.
Ideas, Not Money,
Alleviate Poverty

18.
Chronicles From A Refugee Camp
17.
Africa Must Produce or Perish

16.
Africa Must Innovate or Perish
15.
How Technology Fuelled the
Slave Trade
14.
Technology Widens
Rich-Poor Gap

13.

Where Did Mathematics Come From?

12.
I Am a Black Mathematician

11.
Last Speaker of Igbo Has Died!

10.
Out of Africa
9.
A Book That Influenced Me
8.
Technology is Africa’s Next Resource

7.
The Reinvention of the Internet

6.
I Reinvented My Internet

5.
My Internet is in the Wind
4.
They Call Me “Calculus
3.
My Supercomputer is a Superinternet

2.
Solve the Problem, Not the Formula!

1c.
The Discoverer is the First Teacher
1b.
To Discover is to See the Unseen

1a.
Who Are the
First Teachers of Humanity?

 

 

Advertisements