Bachelor of Science, City University of New York, 1944. Master of Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1948. Doctor of Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1964.
Project manager Radio Corporation of America, 1951-1956. Associate professor electrical engineering City College of New York, 1956-1965. Professor University Houston, 1965-1966, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 1966-1975, 76-87, chairman department electrical engineering, 1969-1975.
Professor electrical engineering, computer science Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1975-1976, dean, 1975-1976. Visiting professor electrical engineering Stanford (California) University, since 1983. Consultant Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University California, since 1978.
Member engineering education accreditation committee Engineers Council for Professional Development, 1975-1980. Consultant to industry.
1st lieutenant Army of the United States, 1944-1946. fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (director Asilomar conr. circuits and systems 1966-1974, member technical activities board 1973-1977), vice president circuits and systems society, 1973, president 1973, associate editor transactions on circuits and systems, 1975-1977, co-editor Special Issue on Adaptive Signal Processing, 1981, Harry Diamond Memorial award 1984). Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Electrical Engineers (board directors Pacific region 1974-1975, editor transactions on Computers in Engineering Education, 1975), New York Academy of Sciences, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu (board directors 1977-1978, vice president 1979, president 1980).
Married Dorothy Begg, January 25, 1947. Children: Stephen Bruce, Susan Margaret.