Auerbach's career spans five decades as scientist and entrepreneur. After four years in the U.S. Army, he joined the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corp. in 1946, became Cheif Engineer of the Computer Division of Underwood Corp. in 1952, and founded a computer company, Digitronics Corp. in 1957. He then retired in 1967. He taught and researched electrical and chemical synapses at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine until 1972, when he founded the Medalert Corp. In 1979 he again retired, but remained a consultant in the field of medical electronics until 1989, when he began studying cosmology. Dr. Auerbach has degrees in Chemistry, Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Biophysics, and is a licensed private pilot.
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