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physicist , lighting engineer

Philip Bruce Newell, American physicist, lighting engineer. Achievements include 4 patents in circuits and lamps for photography; development of criteria for design, fabrication and application of noble gas flashlamps and cw lamps for photography reprography and lasers and of high intensity metal halide lamps for specialty and general illumination. Member American Physical Society, Illumination Engineering Society.

Background

Newell, Philip Bruce was born on September 25, 1937 in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. Son of Laurence Cutler and Lois (Milbourne) Newell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959. Master of Science, Boston University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1969.

Career

Development engineer, Edgerton, Germeshauser, and Greer Inc., Salem, Massachusetts, 1959-1976;development engineer, GTE Sylvania, Danvers, Massachusetts, 1976-1986;independent consultant, Carlisle, Massachusetts, 1986-1987;development engineer, GTE Sylvania, Danvers, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 4 patents in circuits and lamps for photography. Development of criteria for design, fabrication and application of noble gas flashlamps and cw lamps for photography reprography and lasers and of high intensity metal halide lamps for specialty and general illumination.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Physical Society, Illumination Engineering Society.

Connections

Married Joan Betty Hutchinson, March 21, 1962. Children: Laurence Jeffrey, Gwendolyn Jo.

father:
Laurence Cutler Newell

mother:
Lois (Milbourne) Newell

spouse:
Joan Betty Hutchinson

child:
Laurence Jeffrey Newell

child:
Gwendolyn Jo Newell