C. Gordon Bell
C. Gordon Bell was an extremely influential American computer scientist. Among his most important works were his contributions to DEC's two most successful computer families, the PDP-11 and the VAX lines.
He was at DEC for two periods, 1960-1966 and 1972-1983, ending up as DEC's Vice President of Research & Development, with a spell in between as an associate professor at Carnegie-Mellon University from 1966-1978, teaching computer engineering.
He was influential in the creation of the Computer History Museum.
- Gordon Bell's Home Page
- Gordon Bell's Books, Videos, and Papers & Talks
- C. Gordon Bell, J. Craig Mudge, John. E. McNamara, Computer Engineering: A DEC View of Hardware Systems Design, Digital Press, Bedford, 1978 - a detailed and interesting history for DEC's early machines
- DEC Engineering Handbook, November 1974
- Oral History of Gordon Bell
- Gordon Dell and DEC - The Mini Computer Era - a longer bio
- Gordon Bell - brief bio page at the Computer History Museum