Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1943. Master of Arts, Princeton University, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1957.
Staff,, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Langley Field, Virginia, 1943-1944;
head aerophysics section, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1946-1952;
general aerodynamics, Universal Service Administrative Company, Wright Field, Ohio., 1945-1946;
aerodynamic evaluation, Bell Aircraft, Niagara Falls, New York, 1946;
senior consultant, president, Aero Research Associates of Princeton, New Jersey, 1954-1979;
Chairman of the Board, Aero Research Associates of Princeton, New Jersey, 1979-1986;
group general manager, Aero Research Associations Princeton Inc., 1986-1987;
vice president, Titan Systems, Inc., 1986-1987;
retired, 1987. Consultant missile guidance and control General Precision Equipment Corporation, 1957-1968. Consultant magnetohydro-dynamics Thompson Ramo Wooldridge, Inc., 1958-1961.
Consultant aerodynamic heating, general aerodynamics Martin Marietta Corporation, 1955-1972. General editor Princeton series on high speed aerodynamicsand jet propulsion, 1955-1964. Consultant boundary layer stability, aerodynamic heating, missile and ordnance systems department General Electric Company, 1956-1972.
Consultant Grumman Aerospace Corporation, 1959-1972. Robert H. Goddard visiting lecturer with rank of professor Princeton University, 1970-1971. Member research technical advisory county panel on research National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969-1976, hypersonic technical committee, 1986-1990.
Member industrial professional advising committee Pennsylvania State University. Member President' Air Quality Advisory Board, 1973-1974. Chairman laboratory advisory board for air warfare Naval Research Advisory Committee, 1986-1989, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Technology Advisory Panel on Hydrodynamics and Acoustics, 1991-1994.
Chairman advisory county department aerospace and mechanic science Princeton University, 1973-1978. Consultant Center for Naval Analysis, 1990-1998. Advisory development and technical operations Martin Marietta Corporation, 1989-1996.
Member of advisory panel National Aeronautics and Space Administration Center Turbulence Research, 1993-1995.
Fellow: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (general chairman 13th aerospace science meeting 1975, Dryden Research lecturer award 1971). Member: National Academy of Engineering, American Physical Society, Delta Phi, Sigma Xi.
Married Barbara Goldsmith, January 17, 1945. Children: B. Beirne, Coleman duPont, Evan F., Alexander M., William M.