Association Internationale
pour les
Technologies Objets

The AITO Dahl-Nygaard Prize

In 2004, AITO established an annual prize in the name of the Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard to honor their pioneering work on object-orientation. See the new statutes of the prize for the award process approved on November 2014.

Recipients of the Prizes

2017, Barcelona
Gilad Bracha (senior prize), and Ross Tate (junior prize)
2016, Rome
James Noble (senior prize), and Emina Torlak (junior prize)
2015, Prague
Bjarne Stroustrup (senior prize), and Alexander J. Summers (junior prize)
2014, Uppsala
William Cook (senior prize), Robert France (senior prize), and Tudor Gîrba (junior prize)
2013, Montpellier
Oscar Nierstrasz (senior prize) and Matthew Parkinson (junior prize)
2012, Beijing
Gregor Kiczales (senior prize) and Tobias Wrigstad (junior prize)
2011, Lancaster
Craig Chambers (senior prize) and Atsushi Igarashi (junior prize)
2010, Maribor
Doug Lea (senior prize) and Erik Ernst (junior prize)
2009, Genoa
David Ungar (senior prize)
2008, Paphos
Akinori Yonezawa (senior prize) and Wolfgang De Meuter (junior prize)
2007, Berlin
Luca Cardelli (senior prize) and Jonathan Aldrich (junior prize)
2006, Nantes
Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and (posthumously) John Vlissides
2005, Glasgow
Bertrand Meyer (senior prize) and Gail Murphy (junior prize)