TitleSlade, Albert interview
DescriptionThe recording was created on May 21, 2014 and was conducted by telephone.
In the interview, Albert Slade describes his long career in electronics and technology, with particular emphasis on his work in superconducting electronics. Slade first encountered superconducting electronics when he worked at the NSA on computer circuitry. There, Slade learned of the invention of the cryotron by Dudley Buck. Slade became a close collaborator of Buck’s, creating many of the first superconducting electronic devices and circuits at Arthur D. Little.
|Brock, David C., Interviewer|
|Slade, Albert, Interviewee|