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educator , consultant , engineering executive

David Mark Rosenbaum, American engineering executive, consultant, educator. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior ), American Physical Society.


Rosenbaum, David Mark was born on February 11, 1935 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Frederick and Elizabeth (Gelman) Rosenbaum.


Bachelor of Science, Brown University, 1956. Master of Science, Renessaler Polytechnic Institute, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1964.


Assistant research professor, Boston University, 1964-1965;associate professor, Polytech. U., Brooklyn, 1969-1970;president, Network Analysis Corporation, Glen Cove, New York, 1970-1972;assistant director, Office of National Narcotics Intelligence, Washington, 1973-1974;consultant to comptroller general, General Accounting Office, Washington, 1975-1978;director Office of Radiation Programs, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1978-1981;president, Technology Analysis Corporation, McLean, Virginia, since 1981. Consultant Director of Licensing, Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, 1972-1973.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Super Hilbert Space and the Quantum Time Operator, 1969, Liquefield Energy Gases Safety, 1978, A Statistical Procedure for Testing Pacemakers, 1978, Health Effects of Low-Level Radiation, 1981, A Statistical Procedure for Cluster Recognition with Application to Atlanta Leukemia Data, 1983.


Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior ), American Physical Society.


Married Karen Jeanne Smith, December 27, 1964. Children: Benjamin Micah, Shoshana Elizabeth.

Frederick Rosenbaum

Elizabeth (Gelman) Rosenbaum

Karen Jeanne Smith

Benjamin Micah Rosenbaum

Shoshana Elizabeth Rosenbaum