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Software engineer

Carl George Davis, American software engineer. Recipient Performance awards Department Army, 1977, 80, 82, Research and Development Achievement award Department Army, 1982; 150th Anniversary Distinguished Engineering fellow University Alabama, 1988.

Background

Davis, Carl George was born on November 30, 1937 in St. Louis. Son of Raymond Jefferson and Margaret (Peacock) Davis.

Education

B.Aero. Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1961. Master of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, University Alabama, 1966. Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics, University Alabama, 1972.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Alabama, 1972.

Career

Engineer, United States Army Missile Command, Huntsville, 1964-1969;research assistant, instructor, U. Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1969-1972;senior project engineer, BMD Advanced Technology Center, Huntsville, 1972-1981;director data processing directorate, BMD Advanced Technology Center, Huntsville, 1981-1985;director battle management division, Strategic Defense Command, 1986;chairman computer science Department, University Alabama, Huntsville, since 1986;director Artificial Intelligence Learning Center, U. Alabama, Huntsville, 1986;instructor, Southeastern Institute Technology, 1981-1982. Adjunct associate professor of University Alabama, Huntsville, 1982-1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Entity Relationship Approach to Software Engrineering, 1983. Contributor articles to various publications.

Membership

Member advisory committee University Alabama, 1982. Member software committee Huntsville City School System, 1983. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (Outstanding Contribution award 1990).

Connections

Married Joallen Guin, June 24, 1967. Children: Jonathan, Allan, Steven.

father:
Raymond Jefferson Davis

mother:
Margaret (Peacock) Davis

spouse:
Joallen Guin

children:
Jonathan Davis

Allan Davis

Steven Davis