The Steven J. Wallach papers document Wallach's career as an engineer and technology manager specializing in high-performance
computing and supercomputers. The papers, dating between 1965 to 2010, consist of published manuals and documentation, technical
reports, memoranda, engineering notebooks, course and presentation materials, conference proceedings, and a small amount of
audio-visual material. Much of the material is related to the various machines, hardware, and computer languages that Wallach
worked with during his career. The collection also contains material from Wallach's work at Raytheon, Data General, and Convex
Computer Corporation. Government, committee, and task force technical reports from groups such as PITAC, NSF, and NCSA, are
a significant part of the collection as well.
Steven J. Wallach is an engineer, consultant, and technology manager specializing in high-performance computing and supercomputers.
Born in Brooklyn in September 1945, Wallach received a B.S.E.E. from the Polytechnic University, New York (formerly Polytechnic
Institute of Brooklyn) and an M.S.E.E. from the University of Pennsylvania. He also received an MBA from Boston University.
41.67 Linear feet,
33 record cartons and 1 manuscript box
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