Wolfgang J. Poppelbaum Papers, 1955-1989 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 11/15/21
Volume: 13.5 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Wolfgang J. Poppelbaum (1924-1994), professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (1955-1989), including correspondence, manuscripts, chronological files, manuscripts, publications, text book and photographs. Includes manuscripts Computer Hardware Theory, 1972; research reports for the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation, and Atomic Energy Commission; patents; descriptions, photographs, grant proposals, transparencies and slides of diagrams and figures for book, projects, research and presentations of class experiments, the ILLIAC (I-III, and V) computers, circuits, transistors, monitors, graphics and other computer hardware; committee reports for the Department of Computer Science and Digital Computer Laboratory, IEEE, Conferences, Los Alamos research, and other projects; master's and doctoral theses; and film: "Far-Out" (1969), profiling research and development in display systems in the Department of Computer Science. Correspondents include Arlyle Irwin, William Kubitz, Los Alamos, Ryszard Michalski, National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, Princeton University, Colan M. Robinson and Willis Wave.