Howard Hathaway Aiken (March 8, 1900 – March 14, 1973) was an American
physicist and a pioneer in computing, being the original conceptual designer ...
Sep 6, 2016 ... Mathematician who invented the Harvard Mark I, forerunner of the modern
electronic digital computer. Aiken did engineering work while he ...
May 3, 2006 ... Fascinating facts about Howard Aiken inventor of the Mark I computer in 1944.
History of Computers and Computing, People, Howard Aiken. ... Computer
science and invention had become a young man's game. Even in the years just
Electrical engineer, physicist, and computing pioneer, Howard Hathaway Aiken,
was ... The inventor, Grace Murray Hopper, worked with Aiken on the computer, ...
Aug 24, 2016 ... Howard Aiken and Grace Hopper designed the first of the MARK series of
computers in 1944. It was 55 feet long and eight feet high.
Biography of pioneer Aiken, Howard Hathaway from J.A.N. Lee's 1995 book ...
put in charge of Aiken's project, was a distinguished inventor who came to IBM in
Howard AikenHoward Aiken realized that one way to reduce human error in
calculations was to reduce human involvement. In 1937 he proposed an
Howard Aiken showed that a computer could provide the world with high-
powered, speedy mathematical solutions to a plethora of problems. Aiken
The machine was also called Mark I. Howard Aiken was born in Hoboken, New
Jersey, and grew up in Indianapolis. In 1923 he received adegree in electrical ...