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Computer science educator

James Clayton Browne, American computer science educator. Fellow American Physical Society, British Computer Society, Association Computing Machinery (chairman special interest group on operating systems 1975-1977); member Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Background

Browne, James Clayton was born on January 16, 1935 in Conway, Arkansas, United States. Son of Walter E. and Louise (James) Browne.

Education

Bachelor, Hendrix College, 1956; Doctor of Philosophy, University Texas, 1960.

Career

Assistant professor physics, University Texas, Austin, 1960-1964; professor, Computer Science Department University Texas, Austin, since 1968; acting chairman, Computer Science Department University Texas, Austin, 1968-1969; chairman, Computer Science Department University Texas, Austin, 1971-1975, 85-87; regents centennial chairman # 2, Computer Science Department University Texas, Austin, since 1987; postdoctoral fellow, Queen's U., Belfast, Ireland, 1964-1965; professor computer science, director computer laboratory, Queen's U., Belfast, Ireland, 1965-1968. Chairman of the Board Information Research Associations, Austin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor Computer Physics Communications, since 1987. Author over 150 papers in computer science and physics.

Membership

Fellow American Physical Society, British Computer Society, Association Computing Machinery (chairman special interest group on operating systems 1975-1977). Member Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: skiing, jogging.

Connections

Married Gayle Moseley. Children: Clayton Carleton, Duncan James, Valerie Siobhan.

father:
Walter E. Browne

mother:
Louise (James) Browne

spouse:
Gayle Moseley

children:
Duncan James Browne

Valerie Siobhan Browne

Clayton Carleton Browne