Walter L. Reagh


Walter L. Reagh
Death date
Associated organizations
Georgia Institute of Technology
Fields of study
Nuclear physics, Radiation


Walter L. Reagh did not complete high school but taught himself engineering through a correspondence course. He joined the Manhattan Project, a program that developed the first atomic bomb during World War II in Oak Ridge, Tenn., USA After the war, he researched radiation as a cancer treatment later, Mr. Reagh joined the Georgia Institute of Technology's Research Institute in Atlanta from which he retired.

Reagh was a life member of the IEEE. He died on November 4th, 2001.