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inventor , computer systems executive

Maxwell Kay Barnard, American inventor, computer systems executive. Achievements include patents for Inertial Energy Interchange System, 1985, Computer Programming System, 1987, Self-Fairing Wind Vane, 1987. Member American GO Association.

Background

Barnard, Maxwell Kay was born on March 8, 1946 in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States. Son of Jack D. and Carolyn (Mastenbrook) Barnard.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Washington, 1968.

Career

Systems engineer Boeing Company, Seattle, 1966-1971. Research engineer Veterans Administration Hospital, 1972-1975. Scientific programmer Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1976-1978.

Chairman Barnard Systems Company, Port Townsend, Washington, since 1978. Teacher Portland, Oregon, 1980-1981, Seattle Community College, 1971-1972.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Inertial Energy Interchange System, 1985, Computer Programming System, 1987, Self-Fairing Wind Vane, 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Without Me You're Nothing, 1980.

Membership

Member American GO Association.

Connections

Married Kathy A. Luch, October 11, 1982.

father:
Jack D. Barnard

mother:
Carolyn (Mastenbrook) Barnard

spouse:
Kathy A. Luch