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National Science Foundation (NSF) Oral History Project

In the early 1990s, The IEEE History Center conducted a series of oral history Interviews to document the history of National Science Foundation (NSF)  funding for computing and computer science research.  The oral histories listed below were done as part of this project, and thus document as  well as the influence of funding on the interviewees' individual careers.  In addition to the interviews done for this project, additional oral histories on the Global History Network  include discussion of NSF funding.


Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe Oral History

Wayne Cowell Oral History

Martin Davis Oral History

Robert M. Gray Oral History (1991)

David Gries Oral History

Juris Hartmanis Oral History

Martin Hellman Oral History

Walter Karplus Oral History

David Kuck Oral History

Barbara Liskov Oral History

Saburo Muroga Oral History

Bertram Raphael Oral History

Daniel Siewiorek Oral History

Theodore Van Duzer Oral History