Paul Charles Michaelis
Michaelis was born June 18, 1935, received BSEE and MS Physics from Newark College of Engineering (currently known as New Jersey Institute of Technology).
He was primarily dealing with mechanics, magnetics, fiber optics, electrical circuits, and device packaging. He also worked with underwater listening devices and equipment silencing for the United States Navy.
Michaelis retired from Bell Labs in 1996 as Technical Manager of the Advanced Vibration Reduction Design Group.
Michaelis received the 1975 IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award "for the concept and development of single-walled magnetic domains (magnetic bubbles), and for recognition of their importance to memory technology."
- Bonyhard, P.; Geusic, J.; Bobeck, A.; Yu-Ssu Chen; Michaelis, P.; Smith, J., "Magnetic bubble memory chip design", IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 9, Issue 3, pages 433-436. September 1973.
- Michaelis, P.; Richards, W., "Magnetic bubble mass memory", IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 11, Issue 1, pages 21–25. January 1975.
- Letter from Paul Michaelis, Reader Feedback, Design News, November 13, 2007
- United States Patent 4027298: Magnetic bubble memory bias magnet arrangement
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 4275459: Magnetic Bubble Detector Arrangement
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3735370: Input for Single-Wall Domain Arrangement
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 4164790: Magnetic Bubble Packaging Arrangement
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3675298: Micromanipulator for Multilevel Assembly
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3454939: Magnetic Domain Propagation Device
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3471819: Thermally Activated Bistable Switch
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3508222: Readout Implementation for Magnetic Memory
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis United States Patent 3480925: Asynchronous Magnetic Circuit
- Paul+Charles+Michaelis Canadian Patent 2011561: Apparatus and Method for Making Low-loss Permanent Optical Fiber Splices
- Paul+C+Michaelis Canadian Patent 824830: Asynchronous Magnetic Circuit