Mark E. Dean (born March 2, 1957) is an American inventor and a computer
engineer. He was part of the team that developed the ISA bus, and he led a
Computer scientist Mark Dean developed the color PC monitor and the first
gigahertz chip. Learn more at Biography.com.
Mark Dean. (1957– ). Dean co-invented the personal computer, dramatically
changing the way people work. Background: Dean was born in Jefferson City,
Nov 26, 2012 ... Born in Jefferson City, Tennessee on March 2, 1957, Mark Dean found that
success ran in his bloodlines. His grandfather was a high school ...
Dr. Mark E Dean is a John Fisher Distinguished Professor at the University of
Tennessee College of Engineering. His research focus is in advanced computer
*Mark Dean was born this date in 1957. He is an African American computer
scientist. From Jefferson City, Tennessee, Dean's grandfather was a high school
Mark Dean (1957- ), was born on March 2, 1957 in Jefferson City, Tennessee.
His father was a supervisor at the Tennessee Valley Authority Dam and his ...
Mark E. Dean is one of the top engineering minds at the International Business
Machines (IBM) Corporation, and one of just fifty prestigious fellows at the ...
Mark Dean. Born: 1957. Birthplace: Jefferson City, Tenn. Microcomputer with bus
control means for peripheral devices—The work of these IBM scientists is what ...