Oral history interview with Jack S. Kilby [videorecording] / conducted by Donald E. Meyer for the History Committee of the AVS at the 44th Symposium, 1997 October.

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Kilby, Jack S., 1923-. Oral history interview with Jack S. Kilby [videorecording] / conducted by Donald E. Meyer for the History Committee of the AVS at the 44th Symposium, 1997 October.

Oral history interview with Jack S. Kilby [videorecording] / conducted by Donald E. Meyer for the History Committee of the AVS at the 44th Symposium, 1997 October.

The interview focuses on the history of the monolithic integrated circuit which Kilby invented in 1958. He discusses his work at Texas Instruments and the growth of the semiconductor industry.

1 digital videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 2.5 in.

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