Biographical entry Wallace, Christopher Stewart (1933 - 2004)
- 26 October 1933
Bowraville, New South Wales, Australia
- 7 August 2004
- Computer scientist
Chris Wallace worked on the engineering design for the SILLIAC computer resource sharing network in the late 1960s.
Born Bowraville, New South Wales, 26 October 1933. Educated University of Sydney (BSc, PhD). Research Associate, University of Illinois 1961-62; Lecturer in Physics, University of Sydney 1960-64, Senior Lecturer, Basser Computing Department 1965-68; Professor of Information Science, Monash University from 1968. Wrote Atoms to Andromeda (co-author, 1966) and Advancing with Science (co-author, 1966).
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