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  • 15:43, 23 April 2014William H. Huggins (hist)[1,030 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == William H. Huggins received the 1966 IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal. He served on Johns Hopkins faculty in the department of electrical engineering...")
  • 14:01, 23 April 2014Hugh H. Skilling (hist)[208 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Hugh Hildreth Skilling received the 1965 IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal. He served on the faculty of Stanford University's electrical engineering d...")
  • 18:31, 22 April 2014William G. Dow (hist)[1,638 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == William Gould Dow was born in Faribault, Minnesota. He attended the University of Minnesota, where he received his bachelor's degree in engineering. After servi...")
  • 13:15, 14 April 2014Marine turboelectric drive (hist)[3,885 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Marine turboelectric drive == Marine turboelectric drive was an advance in the design of steam turbine power systems. In the 1910s, the United States Navy built a series of t...")
  • 13:11, 14 April 2014Fathometer (hist)[3,403 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Fathometer == In 1925, the Submarine Signal Company of Boston developed the first fathometer, known as the 312 fathometer, to chart the depth of water while a ship was moving...")
  • 13:07, 14 April 2014Fessenden's underwater ice finder (hist)[3,974 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Fessenden's underwater ice finder == In 1913, [http://ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Reginald_A._Fessenden Reginald Fessenden] reshaped the maritime industry through his inventio...")
  • 12:59, 14 April 2014Geiger counter (hist)[3,029 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Geiger counter == Hans Geiger invented his eponymous counter for measuring radioactivity in 1911. Radioactivity is the emission of radiation by certain elements, which result...")
  • 20:00, 11 April 2014Amaldo M. Angelini (hist)[153 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Amaldo M. Angelini received the 1986 IEEE Simon Ramo Medal. ")
  • 17:08, 11 April 2014George F. Corcoran (hist)[243 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == George F. Corcoran received the James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal in 1961. ")
  • 16:40, 11 April 2014J. F. Calvert (hist)[289 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == J.F. Calvert received the James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal from the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1958. ")
  • 21:47, 10 April 2014Robert H. Goddard (hist)[4,179 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Robert Goddard == Robert Hutchings Goddard is regarded as the father of modern rocket propulsion who conducted both theoretical and experimental research on rocket motors an...")
  • 19:25, 10 April 2014L. C. F. Horde (hist)[97 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == L. C. F. Horde received the IRE Medal of Honor in 1948. ")
  • 19:18, 10 April 2014J. Guy Woodward (hist)[2,074 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Dr. J. Guy Woodward was born on November 19, 1914 in Carleton, Michigan. He grew up in different areas of Michigan as well as Naperville, Illinois. He moved fre...")
  • 17:35, 8 April 2014Jamie Fenton (hist)[3,218 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Jamie Fenton == Jamie Fenton is a software engineer and one of the pioneers of game programming. Fenton was born as Jay Fenton in 1964. He was drawn to computer technology ...")
  • 13:26, 28 March 2014Pavel Nikolayevich Yablochkov (hist)[8,579 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Electric lighting was one of the most profound technological advancements of the 19th century. Early demonstrations of arc lighting were made in 1809 by Sir Hump...")
  • 13:15, 28 March 2014List of Topics Related to Women (hist)[2,516 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Topic articles == *Did the Telegraph Broaden Women's Sphere? *Electricity and the Housewife *Hello Girls *Household Appliances and Women's Work *[[Japanese Wo...")
  • 21:59, 27 March 2014Scientific American (hist)[3,031 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Headline Goes Here == Scientific American is a popular monthly science magazine that has a long history spanning almost one hundred and seventy years. It is the oldest conti...")
  • 20:54, 27 March 2014Fairchild Semiconductor (hist)[3,440 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Fairchild Semiconductor == Fairchild Semiconductor, a pioneering company in transistor and integrated circuit manufacturing, was also the birthplace of the modern semicondu...")
  • 17:05, 27 March 2014John G. Webster (hist)[2,266 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== John G Webster == John G. Webster is Professor Emeritus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering. He is one of the founding fathers of the field of bio...")
  • 19:03, 26 March 2014Eugene O. Keizer (hist)[1,177 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Eugene O. Keizer was the co-recipient of the 1983 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award, with Jon K. Clemens "For outstanding contributions to the development of an e...")
  • 11:43, 22 March 2014C (hist)[1,506 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Thompson and Ritchie develop C == C is a multi-purpose programming language that [http://ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Dennis_Ritchie Dennis Ritchie] and Ken Thompson developed ...")
  • 11:38, 22 March 2014FORTRAN (hist)[1,487 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== John Backus develops FORTRAN, 1954 == Fortran stands for “formula translation,” and it was the first high-level programming language that [http://ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.p...")
  • 11:35, 22 March 2014Sun Microsystems (hist)[2,594 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Sun Microsystems founded, 1982 == When Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle in 2010, it marked the end of one of the pioneering hardware and software developers of the pas...")
  • 11:30, 22 March 2014UNIX (hist)[3,505 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Thompson and Ritchie Design UNIX, 1969 == A small team of researchers at [http://ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Bell_Labs Bell Labs ]released the first version of the UNIX comput...")
  • 16:24, 20 March 2014Jon K. Clemens (hist)[1,523 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Jon K. Clemens was a co-recipient of the 1983 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award, with Eugene O. Keizer for "For outstanding contributions to the development of an...")
  • 14:46, 10 March 2014Frank Gray (hist)[376 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Frank Gray is known for pioneering mechanical television technology. He received the 1953 Vladimir K. Zworykin Award "For recognition of the fundamental importa...")
  • 22:56, 6 March 2014Raytheon (hist)[4,184 bytes]Satyasikha (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Raytheon == Raytheon is an American arms industrial corporation and the world’s largest producer of guided missiles. Raytheon was founded as the American Appliance Compa...")
  • 19:23, 3 March 2014Ohio Brass High Voltage Laboratories (hist)[5,091 bytes]Administrator4 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Ohio Brass High Voltage Laboratories<br> == ==== Laboratory Number One -- 1910 to 1926 ==== The first laboratory was located in Building 3 at the Ohio Insulator Plant at Par...")
  • 16:09, 3 March 2014The Kodak Camera (hist)[13,750 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "125 years ago, George Eastman introduced the “Kodak” camera. He had identified a yet-untapped human desire to record the images of everyday life. In so doing, Eastman transfo...")
  • 16:06, 3 March 2014Bulk Data Collection (hist)[8,449 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "Massive government data collection programs with intimidating names such as “Prism,” “Magic Lantern,” “Stormbrew,” “Bullrun,” and “Carnivore” may be the stuff...")
  • 15:57, 3 March 2014Wrist-Wearable Electronics (hist)[18,092 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "With the debut of Samsung’s smart watch in September of 2013 and speculation about Apple’s applications for an iWatch trademark in the summer of 2012, some writers have trace...")
  • 15:50, 3 March 2014Electric Boats (hist)[5,760 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "Jacobi’s electromotor [[Image:Electric boats 2.png|thumb|right|An early electric boat designed by William Sargeant, from Electricity...")
  • 15:27, 3 March 2014Grand Central Terminal (hist)[16,183 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Introduction == A landmark in architecture, urban planning, and rail transport, New York’s Grand Central Station celebrated its 100th anniversary this year. Superlatives fo...")
  • 15:22, 3 March 2014Palmer Putnam's 1.5 MW Wind Turbine (hist)[5,569 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "Supplying electrical power generated from wind to the commercial supply grid has a long history. Although wind power began to make great strides towards industrial scale installa...")
  • 15:20, 3 March 2014Edwin Moses and the Engineering of World Records (hist)[13,557 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "[[Image:Moses-499.png|thumb|right| 1984 Summer Olympics, USA Edwin Moses (924) in action during hurdle race, Los Angeles, Calif., 28 July - 12 August 1984 (Photo by Manny Millan/...")
  • 14:51, 3 March 2014Arthur Oswin Austin (hist)[3,576 bytes]Administrator4 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Arthur Oswin Austin == Arthur Oswin Austin was one of the pioneers and leading authorities on high-voltage transformers, insulators, and lightning effects on power transmissi...")
  • 15:14, 28 February 2014Stuart Tewskbury (hist)[957 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Stuart K. Tewksbury was born in Manchester, New Hampshire. Tewksbury grew up in upstate New York and after he earned a doctoral degree in Physics from the Unive...")
  • 19:50, 25 February 2014B. D. Loughlin (hist)[294 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == B. D. Loughlin received the Vladimir K. Zworykin Award in 1952 "For his outstanding contributions to the theory, the understanding and the practice of color tel...")
  • 19:06, 25 February 2014A. V. Bedford (hist)[318 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == The Institute of Radio Engineers awarded A.V. Bedford with the Vladimir K. Zworykin Award in 1954 "For his contributions to the principle of mixed highs and its...")
  • 19:01, 25 February 2014C. P. Ginsburg (hist)[293 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == C.P. Ginsburg received the 1958 Vladimir K. Zworykin Award "For pioneering contributions to the development of video magnetic recording." ")
  • 18:56, 25 February 2014Keiji Suzuki (hist)[465 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Keiji Suzuki received the 1967 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin award "For his outstanding technical contribution in the field of television and engineering leadership...")
  • 17:22, 25 February 2014Kurt Schlesinger (hist)[293 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Kurt Schlesinger received the 1968 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award "For sustained and pioneering contributions to television circuitry and electron optical devi...")
  • 11:36, 22 February 2014UNIVAC (hist)[4,988 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== UNIVAC == UNIVAC, the UNIVersal Automatic Computer, was the first computer built for general commercial use and used magnetic tape, rather than punch cards, to input and stor...")
  • 15:40, 21 February 2014Albert Macovski (hist)[2,565 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Dr. Albert Macovski received the 1973 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award "For contribution to single tube encoded color cameras and color television receiving circ...")
  • 14:42, 21 February 2014Sam H. Kaplan (hist)[603 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Sam H. Kaplan received the 1978 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin award "For contributions to the theory and development of shadow mask tubes." ")
  • 20:31, 20 February 2014Walter Bruch (hist)[268 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Walter Bruch received the 1980 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award "For the development of the Phase Alternating Line (PAL) color television system." ")
  • 15:44, 20 February 2014Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) (hist)[378 bytes]Administrator1 (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "The Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) was founded in 1970 as a division of Xerox corporation and made a number of advancements in laser printing, networking, personal comput...")
  • 22:07, 19 February 2014ETAK, an early vehicle navigation system (hist)[20,468 bytes]Stanhoney (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "The ETAK Story: How we built the first car navigation system Contributed by Stan Honey Origin of Etak In 1983, I was working at SRI and ocean navigating professionally. I’d...")
  • 21:59, 19 February 2014Chih-tang Sah (hist)[2,363 bytes]Miyacarey (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== Biography == Dr. Chih-tang Sah is recognized widely for his contributions to transistor physics and technology. He received the IEEE Jack Morton Award in 1989 for these cont...")
  • 13:19, 15 February 2014ASCII (hist)[2,788 bytes]Awolkoff (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "== ASCII == Before 1963, computer manufacturers had over sixty different ways of representing characters in computers. Machines could not communicate with one another. This prob...")
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