Celebrate this milestone of the worlds first all electronic, programmable computer!
Part of the mission of ENIAC Day is to identify, locate and include in this celebration the diligent efforts of the original workers on the ENIAC in the time period 1944 through 1950.
If you know any of the women in the image shown above, please contact us so that we can include them in the ENIAC Day 75th Anniversary Celebration.
Articles – If you have news articles from your family archives mentioning these or other women who were part of the early ENIAC efforts, we seek them in scanned digital format to include in the celebration.
Mission – Part of the mission of ENIAC Day is to identify ALL the family members of those who worked on the ENIAC, both men and women.
Companies – Are there companies who provided components or services to the ENIAC who were instrumental in its success? We seek the women who were part of those companies and their key involvement in the success of ENIAC.
Executive profiles – We seek details about companies who had women in leadership position who were part of the ENIAC design, construction and operation.
ENIAC’s rich history was explored in the 2016 book ENIAC in Action by Thomas Haigh, Mark Priestley and Crispin Rope. To learn more and for free downloads of their research papers visit www.eniacinaction.com
Here below is a 4 minute video overview on the ENIAC’s Legacy which very concisely summarizes some of the key points from the book.
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