Bachelor of Science, University Denver, 1949; Master of Sciences, University Denver, 1951; Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1958.
Engineer with development MIDAC and MIDSAC computers, University of Michigan, 1951-1955;
instructor electrical engineering, University of Michigan, 1955-1958;
assistant professor, University of Michigan, 1958-1960;
associate professor, University of Michigan, 1960-1963;
professor, University of Michigan, 1963-1970;
director, Information Systems Laboratory, 1960-1964;
director, Systems Engineering Laboratory, 1964-1966;
acting department chairman communications science, Systems Engineering Laboratory, 1965-1967;
professor computer and communications science, Systems Engineering Laboratory, 1967-1970;
professor electrical engineering, Moore School Elec. Engineering, 1970-1986;
director, Moore School Elec. Engineering, 1970-1976;
director, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, 1984-1988;
consultant in system design and computer arithmetic, since 1988.
General chairman 1st National Computer Conference and Exhibition, New York City, 1973. General chairman Islands Applications Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1972.
Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1946. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Member Association Computing Machinery (appointed national lecturer 1965), American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association Artificial Intelligence, Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Pi Sigma.
Married Yvonne Lillian King, August 7, 1949. Children: Susan Ann, Harvey Thomas.