Albrecht J. Neumann papers
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The collection consists of Albrecht Neumann's files, dating from 1947 to 1980, which document some aspects of his work with General Electric, as well as other companies in the computer industry, and at the National Bureau of Standards. Topics include: the ERA 1103 and IBM 701 computers, the Joint Numerical Weather Prediction Unit, standardization in the computer industry, and the Whirlwind Computer project.
- Creation: 1947-1980
- Neumann, Albrecht J. (Person)
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CBI does not hold the copyright to this collection. Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).
Albrecht J. Neumann received his undergraduate and master's degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University. Neumann's work history included employment at Radio Corporation of America as a research and development engineer, the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation on the UNIVAC, teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, and working on development with the Office of Naval Research before joining General Electric. From 1970-1985, he worked at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) as a specialist in standards development for computer systems. While at NBS, he taught courses on computer and information systems at American University as well as writing articles for technical publications.
2 boxes (0.8 cubic feet)
Collection consists of subject files created by Albrecht Neumann that document some aspects of his work with General Electric, as well as with other companies in the computer industry, and at the National Bureau of Standards.
The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by Mrs. Albrecht J. Neumann in 1987.
- Albrecht J. Neumann Papers, 1947-1980. Finding Aid.
- Prepared by Kevin D. Corbitt, August 1991.
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