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Peter Wharton: Interview

Interviewee: Peter Wharton DOB: 1941
Interviewer: John Daines
Date of Interview: November 2nd 2016
Joined LEO: 1962

Abstract: Joined as a mathematical working on linear programming transportation applications. Long career with LEO and its successor companies working at various locations including Hartree House and subsequently Kidsgrove. His work involved hardware and software design as well as applications and he finished with the title of Chief Engineer. Appointed visiting Professor at Southampton University. Regarded his early learning of CLEO as a key step in his understanding of design in his later career.

Copyright: Leo Computers Society.

Restrictions: None known

(Recording and transcript to be added.)

Date : 2nd November 2016

Creator : Leo Computers Society

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53382. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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