Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
The collection, which spans the years of 1977 to 1990, primarily documents Francis E. Low's time with the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Human Rights. These materials include appeals, meeting materials, and a draft of "Scientific and Human Rights in Chile."
The collection documents the activities of Hermann Anton Haus, an Institute Professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spanning the years of 1985 to 2003.
Materials include: correspondence, course notes, presentations, awards, photographs, videotapes.
The collection documents the professional activities of Joel Moses and span from approximately 1967 to 1981.
Materials include: correspondence, journals, publications, notes, manuals, transparencies, articles, and notebooks.
The collection consists of an audio recording of an interview with Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor John Harbison on WMBR, the MIT radio station, 9 April 1986. Harbison describes his career and philosophy of music; also includes recorded performances of two of Harbison’s compositions, “Confinement” and Symphony no. 1.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Oral History Program, oral history interview with Harold E. Edgerton
In 1975 Marc Miller of the MIT Oral History Program office interviewed Harold Edgerton, Institute Professor and professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The collection contains a transcript of the interview, and background materials and notes including synopses of 18 of Edgerton's laboratory notebooks made by Marc Miller in preparation for the interview.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Oral History Program, oral history interviews with Charles Stark Draper
The collection contains supporting documents and transcripts of four interviews with Charles Draper conducted as part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Oral History Program, including discussions of the history of the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory (later renamed the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory).
Collection consists of a cassette tape of a lecture given by Mildred Dresselhaus as part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Independent Activities Period (IAP) Faculty Lecture Series on January 25, 1989 on her personal life and her life as a woman in the field of physics. The title is “Reflections on a Career in Science and Technology,”
This collection documents the career of Norbert Wiener. Wiener was a member of the faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1919 to1960 in the Department of Mathematics, and was a leader in the field of cybernetics. The material in this collection includes biographical information, correspondence, course material, manuscripts, and reprints.
The papers of Norman Levinson include notes and calculations on analytic number theory, zeta functions, prime number theory, Wiener's theorem, and linear differential equations. Also includes correspondence with colleagues at MIT and elsewhere; memoranda concerning the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Mathematics; and biographical and memorial material on Levinson written at the time of his death.