Isaac L. Auerbach
Isaac L. Auerbach (October 9, 1921–December 24, 1992) was an early advocate and pioneer of computing technologies, holder of 15 patents, founding president of the International Federation for Information Processing (1960–1965), a member of the National Academy of Science, an executive at the Burroughs Corporation and a developer of first computers at Sperry Univac.   International Federation for Information Processing established Isaac L. Auerbach Award in his name.
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- "Isaac L Auerbach". IT History Society. Retrieved April 12, 2012.
- "IFIP’s Presidents". International Federation for Information Processing. Retrieved April 12, 2012.
- New York Times:Isaac L. Auerbach Is Dead at 71; Was Early Advocate of Computers;By SETH FAISON;Published: December 26, 1992
- National Academy of Engineering, Memorial Tributes: Volume 7 (1994);L. AUERBACH;BY JORDAN J. BARUCH
- IFIP Awards
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