Arthur L. Rubin, PhD

Systems Engineer | Mathematician

Arthur Rubin Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1970

Dr. Rubin receives the Putnam Fellowship.

1971

Dr. Rubin becomes a programmer in the Computer Center at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

1972

Dr. Rubin places fourth at the NASA Technology Awards USA High School Mathematics Olympiad.

1973

Dr. Rubin becomes a senior engineer at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

1976

Dr. Rubin serves as area secretary of Mensa International Limited.

1978

Dr. Rubin receives a Doctor of Philosophy from the California Institute of Technology.

1982

Dr. Rubin becomes a senior member of the technological staff at Aerojet ElectroSystems in Azusa, California.

1984

Dr. Rubin is elected as the Libertarian Party nominee for the 55th District of the California State Assembly.

1987

Dr. Rubin marries Ronni Petitt.

1987

Dr. Rubin becomes a contract programmer for IdealSoft in Alhambra, California, and a programmer consultant for Financial New Network in Los Angeles, California.

1990

Dr. Rubin becomes an engineering specialist in software for Beckman Instruments (now Beckman Coulter, Inc.) in Brea, California.

1996

Dr. Rubin becomes a research engineer with the senior staff of Lockheed Martin Corporation in Goodyear, Arizona.

2000

Dr. Rubin becomes a principal system engineer for Raytheon Company in Fullerton, California.

2002

Dr. Rubin becomes a certified Novell Engineer.

2005

Dr. Rubin becomes a volunteer editor for Wikipedia.

2012

Dr. Rubin becomes chief scientist at Design West Technologies in Tustin, California.

2013

Dr. Rubin becomes a registered tax preparer through the California Tax Education Council.

2013

Dr. Rubin works as a system engineer in various consulting contract positions.

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