Walter L. Reagh

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

Biography[edit source]

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.