Bachelor of Arts, Middlebury College, 1883, A.M., 1886. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Würzburg, 1888. Assistant to Kohlrausch, distinguished physicist, with whom he was associated in his celebrated determination of the ohm.
(Doctor of Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1906. Doctor of Science, Middlebury College, 1911).
Assistant in physics, Harvard, 1888-1889. Professor physics and electrical engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, since 1889. President department electricity Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences.
Consulting engineer and frequently called to give expert testimony in state and federal cts. Expert of Swiss Department of Justice and Police, since 1903. Secretary section B, International Elec.
Congress, 1904; member International Elec. Jury of Awards, St. Louis Exposition, 1904.
Born March 8, 1862