If you are not immediately redirected, please click here
Miller, Harry B., 1916-
Oral history interview with Harry Miller, 1994 June 9.
Harry Bernard Miller, an amateur violinist and a chemistry major at Harvard, became a graduate student in physics and engineering upon becoming acquainted with physics professor Frederick Saunders, who was doing acoustical research on violins. After many conferences and consultations with Professor Ted Hunt, and graduate courses in electrical engineering and physics, Harry Miller was employed by Brush Development Company and did early research and development on magnetic recording. During World War II, while working on Navy hydrophones at Brush, Miller took additional graduate physics courses at Case Intitute of Technology to complete his Master's Degree in physics. He became manager of electroacoustics at Brush, and later at the Stromberg Carlson division of General Dynamics Corporation. At Brush, he made two inventions which are widely used by the Navy. Then in 1968, Miller went to the Naval Underwater Sound Laboratory where he continued to do research in underwater loudspeakers and arrays. He has authored the widely used "Handbook of Piezoelectric Transducers" for the Navy, and a book entitled "Acoustical Measurements: Methods and Instrumentation" in the Benchmark series edited by Dr. Bruce Lindsay. Miller is still active in the Engineering Acoustics Division of the Acoustical Society and is admired by his peers for his contriubtions and continuing participation.
Lindsay, Robert Bruce, 1900-
Miller, Harry B., 1916-
Acoustical Society of America
Case Institute of Technology.
General Dynamics Corporation.
Harvard University.
Acoustical measurements: methods and instrumentation.
Handbook of piezoelectric transducters.
Chemistry.
Physics.
Engineering.
Sound.
Electro-acoustics.
Underwater acoustics.
Loudspeakers.
Hydrophone.
Violists.
Oral histories. aat
Hunt, Ted.
Miller, Harry B.
Saunders, Frederick A. (Frederick Albert), 1875-1963.
Brush Development Company.
Naval Underwater Sound Laboratory.
Martin, Daniel M. interviewer.
AIP-ICOS
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA
Catalog