Who was Walter G. Roman?
Walter Guy Roman, was born in Aspen, Colorado and died in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Walter was a son of Erick Roman and Selma Coles.
Roman graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1928 with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering. He married in 1934 and had two daughters.
1928-1929 - Roman worked for Westinghouse Electric Corporation as a tester.
1929-1931 - Roman was an electrical engineer at Westinghouse in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
1931-1934 - Roman was in charge of the high voltage lab at Westinghouse.
1934-1940 - Roman did impulse design engineering at Westinghouse.
1940-1941 - Roman was manager of switch and fuse design at Westinghouse.
1942-1945 - Roman was manager of calutron uranium isotope separator design for the Manhattan Project under a contract with Westinghouse Electric..
1945-1951 - Roman left Westinghouse and worked for the Mototrol Engineering division in Buffalo, New York.
1951-1959 - Roman returned to Westinghouse and was an advisory engineer at Westinghouse's Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory in suburban Pittsburgh.
1959-1970 - Roman was manager of nuclear reactor engineering for the Nerva Project at the nearby Westinghouse Astronuclear Laboratory.
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