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Electrical engineering

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Carver A. Mead papers

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2016-00001

David Middlebrook

 File — Box Z24: Series II
Identifier: Z24

Interview with Gerald M. Smith

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2018-09-10-000007

Interview with Gerald M. Smith, 1992-10-10, 1994

Scope and Contents An interview in October 1992 with Gerald M. Smith, project manager for the W. M. Keck Observatory’s two 10-meter telescopes on Mauna Kea until his retirement in 1996.He recalls his early interest in electrical engineering and his work, after graduating from USC (1963), at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on vidicon cameras for the Ranger, Mariner, Viking, and Voyager missions. In 1976, he is recruited by Robert Kraemer to help build NASA’s 3.1-meter telescope on Mauna Kea. Later...
Dates: 1992-10-10; Publication: 1994

Kiyo Tomiyasu certificates and awards

Identifier: Tomiyasu

Kiyo Tomiyasu certificates and awards

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2018-00008
Dates: Majority of material found within 1980-2000

Robert Vose Langmuir Papers

Identifier: 10150-MS
Scope and Content

The Robert Vose Langmuir papers document only a small portion of Langmuir's work. Notably absent is material on the Caltech synchrotron. Files include technical reports from the General Electric period, with an acccount of the discovery of synchrotron radiation by Pollock; patent documents beginning in 1945; course notes and problem sets from Caltech; and a selection of research and writing projects from the 1940s through 1990.

Dates: 1941-1990

Carver A. Mead Papers

Identifier: 10284-MS
Abstract Carver A. Mead, Caltech Alumnus (B.S. 1956, M.S. 1957, PhD 1960) and the Gordon and Betty Moore Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, Emeritus, taught at Caltech for over forty years. Mead retired from teaching in 1999, but remains active in his research and in the Caltech community. Mead’s papers consist of correspondence, biographical material, teaching notes, notebooks, book drafts, audiovisual material, artifacts, and research material, including his work with very large scale...
Dates: 1956-2017; Majority of material found within 1968-1994

Trip the Light Fantastic

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2022-01-25-000024

Trip the Light Fantastic, 1994-02-02

Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection is arranged by chronological order. This series started in 1922, but the first recording dates back to 1971 and since it is still ongoing, the collection continues to grow, with about 9 new lectures per academic year.These lectures feature speakers from Caltech and JPL, spotlighting a small selection of the pioneering research conducted in the fields of Biology and Biological Engineering, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Engineering and Applied Science,...
Dates: 1994-02-02

Victor Wouk Papers 1934-2004

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2002-00599

Victor Wouk Papers

Identifier: 10208-MS

Papers of Victor Wouk (1919-2005). Electrical engineer. After graduating from Caltech (PhD 1942), Wouk devoted himself largely to the development of hybrid and electric motor vehicles. The range of his activities is wide, and he has consulted for several institutions and the government on a variety of issues. His papers consist of 70 boxes and include correspondence, publications (print and manuscript versions), lectures and seminars, and expert witness testimonies.

Dates: 1934-2004