Robert A. Malone, Chairman

  • Graduate of Wesleyan University in Connecticut which honors, High Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa, Graduate of Yale University with a commend. Wrote well-received article on zoo design at Yale. Studied with Josef Albers, Fredrick Kiesler, and Buckminster Fuller.
  • Ran design program at Parsons School of Design.
  • First published by 'Industrial Design' magazine - 'Notes From Under the Drawing Board.' It was a controversial view of American design.
  • Became editor-in-chief of 'Industrial Design' now ID magazine.
  • Practiced as an industrial designer - designed a car, people mover, automatic banking system, airport passenger handling systems, machine tools, exhibits, furniture, graphics.
  • Designed 'The Expanding Universe' for West Hartford's Children's Museum examination of the philosophy of museum display.
  • A consultant with the New York State Council on the Arts, played a key design role in 'Harlem On My Mind' at the Metropolitan Museum.
  • Dean of Art and Design School at Pratt Institute.
  • Wrote Rocketship a Harper & Roe young people's book
  • Wrote The Robot Book for Harcourt Brace
  • Editor and spokesman for 'Omni' magazine
  • Wrote 'Automation' paper on John Diebold for World Future Society
  • Major speaker for New Line Cinema on science and technology
  • White papers on information technology, automation and robotics
  • Author and curator of 'The Robot Exhibit' at the American Craft Museum, NY. This exhibit toured U.S. and was very successful.
  • Editor-in-chief of 'Automation News'
  • Editor-in-chief of Managing Automation' magazine
  • Lectured in Spain, France, Germany, and Czech Republic on information technology and automation.
  • Author of the 'Integrated Manufacturing Map'
  • Interviewed for History Channel's 'Timeline:Robots'
  • Wrote a Random House book on robots.
  • Wrote "The Ultimate Robot" published by DK

 

 

 
   

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