Harvey Lehtman - Affiliate0

From http://humanitieslab.stanford.edu/2/263
Harvey Lehtman's work in the area emerging technologies focuses on the developing national and international information infrastructures, new media technology, electronic commerce, and electronic communities.

He became an Institute for the Future affiliate in 1993 after thirteen years as a manager and developer in advanced technology and product development groups at Apple Computer, Inc., and ten years as a researcher at SRI International. In those positions, he was responsible for work in strategic planning methodologies, collaborative systems, information access, and multimedia authoring, presentation, and navigation tools. At SRI International he worked in the group headed by Doug Engelbart who invented the mouse, windowed displays, hypertext, and recorded electronic mail. That group was one of the first two sites on the ARPANet in 1969.

Harvey holds master's degrees in engineering-economic systems from Stanford University, computer science from the University of California, San Diego, and physics from the University of Chicago. His bachelor of science degree in physics is from the University of California, Berkeley. He also completed the MIT Sloan School of Management executive program in corporate strategy.

From Harvey's mousesite page: He received a B.S. in Physics from the University of California, Berkeley, and did graduate work at MIT, the University of Chicago, Stanford University, and UCSD.


Articles co-authored with Doug Engelbart:

  1. Working Together. Douglas C. Engelbart and Harvey Lehtman, BYTE Magazine, December 1988, pp. 245-252 (AUGMENT,133186,).

  2. Technology Template Project - OHS Framework. Douglas C. Engelbart and Harvey Lehtman, January 1998. (ALLIANCE,980,).