Issue No. 01 - Jan.-Mar. (2015 vol. 37)
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Jack Copeland , University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Andre A. Haeff , A.V. Haeff Papers
Prolific, yet neglected inventor Andrew Vasily Haeff (1905-1990) made numerous contributions to vacuum tube art, including the traveling wave tube, the inductive-output tube, the electron-wave tube (or "double-stream" amplifier), the resistive wall tube, and many others. Haeff's contributions to computing history include his pioneering computer monitor technology, his high-speed electrostatic computer memory tube, and his early work in the display and storage of text and graphics.
Electron tubes, Laboratories, Biographies, Haeff, Andrew Vasily Haeff, Computer industry, Patents
J. Copeland and A. A. Haeff, "Andrew V. Haeff: Enigma of the Tube Era and Forgotten Computing Pioneer," in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, vol. 37, no. 1, pp. 67-74, 2015.