Isaak BRUK, USSR Electronic engineer. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1939; Director, Institute of Electronic Control Machines, USSR Academy of Science, since 1959.
BRUK, Isaak was born in 1902.
1925 graduated Moscow Higher Technology School.
Since 1935 at Power Engineering Institute, USSR Academy of Science. 1936-1938 drafted design for first Soviet machine for integration of ordinary differential equations. 1945-1947 supervised design and construction of “alternating current network analyser” computer for the study of electrical system.
1950-1955 designed M-l, M—2 and M-3 electronic highspeed digital computers.
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