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Currently, Tom Kramer works on metrology interoperability, STEP-NC, and
Tom is the builder of:
Tom's burning interest is in getting computers to program themselves.
He has been active since 1996 in helping develop the Dimensional Measuring Interface Standard and active since 1989 in helping develop STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data).
Tom is the author or co-author of several dozen publications.
Intelligent Systems Division
Knowledge Systems Group
Summer 1961 and 1962, IBM, computer programmer (IBM 1401)
1969-1971, Duke U., instructor (sophomore level calculus)
1971-1975, National Research Council, executive director, Division of Mathematical Sciences
1975-1984, Committee on Sci. & Tech., U.S. House of Reps, subcommittee staff director
1984-present, Catholic U. of America, research associate and guest researcher at NIST
Swarthmore College, B.A. 1965, physics (high honors)