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engineering manager , geophysicist , Mathematician

Robert Owen Winder, American mathematician, computer engineering manager, geophysicist. National Science Foundation fellow, 1956-1957; Recipient David Sarnoff award Radio Corporation of America, 1975. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.


Winder, Robert Owen was born on October 9, 1934 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Claude V. and Harriet O. Winder.


Bachelor of Arts Chicago, 1954. Bachelor of Science, University Michigan, 1956. Master of Science, Princeton University, 1958.

Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1962. Master of Science, Arizona State University, 2000.


With Radio Corporation of America, 1957-1978, group head Princeton and Somerville, New Jersey, 1969-1975, director microprocessors, 1975-1977, director systems, 1977-1978. Manager workstation development Exxon Enterprises, Inc., Princeton, 1978-1985. Vice president Syntex Computer Systems Inc., Bordentown, New Jersey, 1985-1988.

Manager product engineering, Princeton Operation, Intel Corporation, 1988-1993. Manager engineering operations video products division, Intel, Chandler, Arizona, 1993-1995. Visiting scholar department geological science Arizona State University, Tempe, 2001—2006.

Active member governor Academy Village, Tucson, since 2007.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Patentee in field.


Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. M C.


Married Kathleen C. Winder. Children by previous marriage: Katherine, Amy.

Claude V.

Harriet O. Winder

Kathleen C. Winder