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physicist , computer consultant

Daniel Allan Naymik, American Computer consultant, physicist. Achievements include patents for Silicon Mosaic for Integrating Devices; Extension of the Silicon Mosaic for Achieving Electrical Isolation Between Components. First lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, European Theatre of Operations.

Background

Naymik, Daniel Allan was born on March 8, 1922 in Lorain, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Joseph Bert and Catherine (Lute) Naymik.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics, University of Michigan, 1947; Master of Science in Physics, University of Michigan, 1948; Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University of Michigan, 1958.

Career

Assistant professor physics, Eastern Michigan U., Ypsilanti, 1948-1951; teaching fellow in physics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1951-1958; member technical staff, Bell Telephone laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, 1958-1964; senior research staff member, General Dynamics/Electronics, Rochester, New York, 1964-1966; principal engineer, General Dynamics/Electronics, Rochester, New York, 1966-1969; staff research scientist, Amoco Production Research Center, Tulsa, 1970-1986; small business computer programmer, consultant, Tulsa, since 1986. Presenter at professional conferences.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Silicon Mosaic for Integrating Devices. Extension of the Silicon Mosaic for Achieving Electrical Isolation Between Components.

Membership

First lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, European Theatre of Operations.

Connections

Married Anne Merry Podoley, April 15, 1944.

father:
Joseph Bert Naymik

mother:
Catherine (Lute) Naymik

spouse:
Anne Merry Podoley