Belady discusses his early life and education in Hungary, escape to West Germany during the 1956 revolution, and work as a draftsman at Ford Motor Company in Cologne and as an aerodynamics engineer at Dassault in Paris. Belady covers his 1961 immigration into the United States, where he joined International Business Machines and did early work in operating systems, virtual machine architectures, program behavior modeling, memory management, computer graphics, Asian character sets, and data security. He also discusses his tenure as Vice President and Program Director of the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC); as Chairman, CTO, and CEO of the Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Inc. (MERL); and as Executive Director of the Austin Software Council.
Laszlo A. Belady, OH 352. Oral history interview by Philip L. Frana, 21 November 2002, Austin, Texas. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107110
Transcript, 38 pp.
Belady, L. A. (Laszlo A.), 1928-.
Oral history interview with Laszlo A. Belady.
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