The Tony Sale Award
for Computer Conservation and Restoration

Computer ◆ Conservation ◆ Society

The Award Judges

Chairman - Prof Martin Campbell-Kelly

Juding Panel

Mr Chris Burton - Chris is an engineer, originally with Ferranti, best known for his replica of the Manchester SSEM computer - the first computer to run a stored program.

Prof Martin Campbell-Kelly - Martin is professor emeritus in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick, and is a member of the editorial board of the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing journal. He is a committee member of the Computer Conservation Society, a Specialist Group of the British Computer Society.

Mr Nigel Sale - Nigel is representing Google, who have kindly supported the award scheme, and is the son of the late Tony Sale.

Dr Doron Swade OBE - Doron is an engineer, historian and museum curator with long experience in re-telling the history of computing.

Mrs Rachel Burnett - Secretary and Chair Emeritus of the Computer Conservation Society.