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SWAC at UCLA [message #339899] Mon, 20 March 2017 21:48 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: acheternow

I started working with SWAC beginning my freshman year in 1955, first as a key punch operator, then as electronics tech maintaing SWAC. I often was on call on the weekends since the big number crunchers such as Ken Trueblood's crystallography program and Mike Melkanoff's atomic structure work. I continued working with SWAC until I started graduate school in Math (numerical analysis) at UCLA and received my PhD in 1963.. Regards, Ed Sallin
Re: SWAC at UCLA [message #339921 is a reply to message #339899] Tue, 21 March 2017 11:48 Go to previous message
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On 3/20/17 6:48 PM, acheternow@gmail.com wrote:
> I started working with SWAC beginning my freshman year in 1955, first as a key punch operator, then as electronics tech maintaing SWAC. I often was on call on the weekends since the big number crunchers such as Ken Trueblood's crystallography program and Mike Melkanoff's atomic structure work. I continued working with SWAC until I started graduate school in Math (numerical analysis) at UCLA and received my PhD in 1963.. Regards, Ed Sallin
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I'm curious if you ever heard the word "software" there in reference to a computer program.
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