Jony Ive honored with awards named after Professor Hawking
Yesterday, September 27th, the Cambridge Union has honored chief Director of Apple’s design jony Ive’s award named after Professor Hawking. Ive is the second person to receive the award for contribution to science, technology, engineering and math.
As the newspaper notes Varsity, sir Jonathan Ive was awarded Professor Hawking during a ceremony at the Cambridge Union.
“Designer jony Ive, responsible for the development of iMac, iPod, MacBook Air, iPhone and iPad, is an honorary fellow of Jesus College. It has more than 5,000 patents and was knighted in 2006 for his “services to the design industry”.
All “Committee of Hawking” the Cambridge Union has considered the 14 outstanding candidates in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Hawking’s award was created by the Cambridge Union in 2017 in partnership with Professor Stephen Hominem.
“The Union asked Professor Hocine with a request to establish an award in his honor for contribution to the development of Cambridge and the rights of persons with disabilities, at the end of 2017. In November 2017, Hawking gave a lecture about the approved award. It was one of his last public appearances before his death in March 2018”
The President of the Cambridge Union Society Charles Connor said that Ive is one of the most influential people in the world of modern technology.
Sir Jonathan will deliver a lecture at Cambridge University on “reflection on their activities, the more General vision of technology and design as a whole.”