Designers and operators of ENIAC computer

Designers and operators of ENIAC computer

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Caption: Designers and operators of ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer). ENIAC was an early electronic computer, designed and built in the 1940s by the University of Pennsylvania for the US Army's Ballistics Research Laboratory (BRL). It solved ballistics calculations. From left to right are: J. P. Eckert (Chief Engineer), J. G. Brainerd (Supervisor), S. Feltman (Chief Engineer for Ballistics, Ordnance Department), H. H. Goldstine (Liason Officer), J. W. Mauchly (Consulting Engineer), D. H. Pender (Electrical Engineer, University of Pennsylvania), G. M. Barnes (Chief of the Ordnance Research and Development Service), P. N. Gillon (Chief, Research Branch of the Army Ordnance Research and Development service).

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