Vannevar Bush

1919-1938 Electrical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 1939-1955 Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC, United States 
Applied physics, electrical engineering, science administration
"Vannevar Bush"

(1890 - 1974)
Bush, Vannevar, Oscillating-curreint circuits; an extension of the theory of generalized angular velocities, with applications to the coupled circuit and the artificial transmission line, thesis (D.ENG.)--Massachusetts institute of technology, 1916
Acknowledgement on page 15: The writer wishes to express his thanks to Prof. D. C. Jackson, Dr. A. E. Kennelly, and other members of the Department of Electrical Engineering who have assisted him in the preparation of the thesis.
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Dugald C. Jackson grad student 1916 MIT (Physics Tree)
 (Oscillating-current Circuits: An Extension of the Theory of Generalized Angular Velocities, with Applications to the Coupled Circuit and the Artificial Transmission Line)
Arthur Edwin Kennelly grad student 1916 MIT (Physics Tree)


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Jayson Clair Balsbaugh grad student (BME Tree)
George Burnham Hoadley grad student MIT (BME Tree)
Edward Lindley Bowles grad student 1922 MIT (E-Tree)
Frederick E. Terman grad student 1924 MIT
Henry G Houghton grad student 1927 MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Harold Eugene Edgerton grad student 1931 MIT (Physics Tree)
Harold Locke Hazen grad student 1931 MIT (E-Tree)
John B. Russell grad student 1931 MIT
Samuel H. Caldwell grad student 1933 MIT
Ernst Adolph Guillemin research scientist 1928 MIT (E-Tree)
Lloyd V. Berkner research scientist 1940-1941 Office of Scientific Research and Development (Physics Tree)