WIKIPEDIA: Hayes, Jeremiah F. [MC1956 RIP] on a new Wikipedia entry

2019-Feb-20

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremiah_F._Hayes

Jeremiah F. Hayes
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Prof. Jeremiah F. Hayes was an American professor of electrical engineering. He received the Canadian Award for Telecommunications Research in 1996.[1] Jeremiah Francis Hayes was born on July 8 in New York NY USA, 1934 and passed away on May 8, 2018 in Victoria BC CANADA.

Hayes received his B.E.E Degree from Manhattan College 1956 with honors. He later received a M.Sc. Mathematics degree from New York University. From 1956 to 1959, Hayes received professional training under Bell Telephone Laboratories Communications Development Training Program. He graduated with a PhD from University of California, Berkeley with distinction in 1966; his Ph.D supervisor was George L. Turin.

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Hayes, Jeremiah F. [MC1956 RIP]

[JR: Posted this February by a User “J Steed Huang” who has no page himself.]

[JR: If anyone has anything they can add, then it’s important to do that to preserve the entry.  I tried to create one but failed.]

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