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Edward Charles Dixon Molina

Edward Charles Dixon Molina, American engineer. Awarded Elliott Cresson medal Franklin Institute, 1952.

Background

  • Molina, Edward Charles Dixon was born on December 13, 1877 in New York City. Son of Antonio Mariano and Therese (St. Remy) Molina.

  • Education

    • Student in public schools. Honorary Doctor of Science, Newark College Engineering, 1952.

    Career

    • With engineering department American Tel. & Tel. Company, 1901-1918, department development and research, 1919-1933. Switching theory engineer Bell Telephone laboratories, New York City, 1934-1942.

      Special lecturer mathematics Newark College Engineering, 1946-1958, adjunct professor, from 1958. Alternate on John Fritz Medal Board of Award, 1958. Division war research Columbia, 1943-1945.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Fellow Institute Mathematics Statictics, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Royal Economics Society London, American Statis Association, American Institute of Elctrical Engineering (board examination from 1952), American Society Quality Control. Member American Mathematics Society, Mathematics Association American, American Astronomical Society, Econometric Society, Metropolitan Museum Art, Telephone Pioneers of America, Acoustical Society American, American Society Engineering Education, Omicron Delta Kappa, Eta Kappa Nu (eminent. Clubs: Railroad Machinery (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Virginia Costales, November 29, 1900. Children: Antonio Edward, Virginia Teresa.
    • father: Antonio Mariano Molina
    • mother: Therese (St. Remy) Molina
    • spouse: Virginia Costales
    • children: Antonio Edward Molina
    • Virginia Teresa Molina
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    Born December 13, 1877
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