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History of the ENIAC Teaching - Lecture/Presentation
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering NEEDS
Lecture slides (PowerPoint) on the ENIAC. Part of slide collection of Tim Bergin's lectures from the class CSIS 550, History of Computing. We are providing two formats of lecture slides - MS PowerPoint for download and HTML to vie  ... more
02-14-1946 ENIAC and Women in Computing Community - Blog
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering NEEDS
Engineering Pathway's "Today in History" blog for February 14 by Lucinda (Lucy) Sanders, CEO and Founder for the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT). Excerpt: "Today in History - February 14, 1946 - EN  ... more
We've Come a Long Way, Baby!: But Where Women and Technology are Concerned, Have We Really? Reference - General
(9 - College Senior)
Computer Science Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC)
Women have been making an impact on computing since the days of the Electronic Numerical Integrator Analyzer and Computer (ENIAC). Yet, the contributions of women in information technology (IT) have been largely down-played or ign  ... more
ENIAC Museum Online Reference - Article/Document
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering NEEDS
"Happy Birthday, ENIAC! This year marks 60 years since ENIAC launched the world into the Computing Age. Today, it is difficult to imagine how we could manage without the myriad electronic devices that we utilize each day. From our  ... more
Small Beginnings: From Tubes to Transistors Teaching - Laboratory/Experiment/Field Activity
(5 - Continuing Education)
Electrical Engineering NEEDS
IEEE's Virtual Museum special exibit on microelectronics. Excerpt: "Electronics have become so prevalent in our world—in computers, cell phones, airplane control systems, space ships, DVD players, coffeemakers, etc., that it  ... more
The Women of ENIAC Reference - Article/Document
(10 - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
A group of young women college graduates involved with the ENIAC are identified. As a result of their education, intelligence, as well as their being at the right place and at the right time, these young women were able to perfor  ... more
ENIAC-on-a-Chip Reference - General
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
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" A group of students at the Department of Electrical Engineering have designed "ENIAC(TM)-on-a-Chip", under supervision of Professor J. Van der Spiegel, in collaboration with Dr. F. Ketterer. This was done as part of Eniac's 50th  ... more
The Role of Women in the History of Computing Reference - Article/Document
(6 - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: Long before the electronic computing era, women were already a part of the information processing industry. For the first fifty years of information processing, women had an important role to play-from the women data en  ... more
The ENIAC Programmers Reference - Article/Document
(6 - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
The first programmers, then called "computers," were over 80 women at the University of Pennsylvania during World War II calculating ballistics trajectories. "When the Army agreed to fund an experimental project, the first all-  ... more
John W. Mauchly and the Development of the ENIAC Computer Reference - Article/Document
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering NEEDS
" The year 1996 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the ENIAC computer, the first large-scale general-purpose electronic computer. Built at the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Electrical Engineering, ENIAC is an acronym  ... more
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