Jacobson, Albert H., Jr. (1917-2004)
Industrial & Systems Engineering; Co Founder & Coordinator, Cybernetic Systems Graduate Program
Year Retired from SJSU
Stanford Univ., Ind. Engineering & Business, NSF Fellow, 1976 Ph.D.
Univ. of Rochester, Applied Physics, 1954 M.S.
MIT, Sloan Fellowship for Exec. Dev., 1952 S.M.
Yale (Industrial Engineering & Administration), 1939 BS (Honors)
San Jose State University, 1962-1988
Penn State University, 1959-1961 (Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Dean College of Engineering & Architecture)
Administrative and Professional Experience
Yale Univ., Personnel Assistant (1939‑40).
RCA, Industrial Engineer (1940‑43).
U.S. Naval Officer on Radio Proximity Fuze Project (1943‑46).
U.S. Navy Chief Engr. & Director Quality Control on Proximity Fuze Project (194557).
Staff Engineer, Eastman Kodak, Space Satellite Program (1957‑59).
Executive V.P. to Pres., Knapic Electro‑Physics Co. (1961‑62).
Three summers at Lockheed (Space Satellite Prog.).
Consultant at Motorola, 20th Century Fox, ALCAN‑Aluminum Corp., Northern Telecom, Banner Container, Science Management Corp., Santa Fe Railroad.
Military and Civilian Personnel in Naval Administration.
Railroad Consolidations and Transportation Policy.
Engineering Education in Pennsylvania.
Engineers as Entrepreneurs.
Determining the Emissivity of Certain Glasses in the NEAR Infrared Region, and others.