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Laurence A. Feldman, born in New Jersey, has spent over 30 years working in the field of aerospace engineering and computer science. While serving in the Air Force at a number of government laboratories including the Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and the Air Force Armament Laboratory, Larry developed computer software to analyze solid rocket design and trajectory performance, magnetohydrodynamics (energy research), and computational fluid dynamics (aerodynamics). Simultaneously, he developed supporting computer graphics, employing 2-D, 3-D, animation, and current multimedia technology. During his career, he went from the old punch tape and keypunch cards to the world's fastest supercomputers and high-speed graphics devices.


After retiring from the Air Force Reserves as a Lt. Colonel, Larry did contract work including generating a database model of Edwards Air Force Base which is currently deployed aboard the Space Shuttle to aid rehearsal of approach and landing operations prior to descent.


Larry has received five awards for his work, including first prize in an IBM supercomputing contest, two Cray Research Supercomputer "Gigaflop" awards, an Autodesk First Prize in Scientific Graphics, and first prize in MicroCad Magazine’s Engineering Graphics Contest. Larry founded a software company "Creative Visual Software" which developed a 3-D geometric modeler and scientific visualization.


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Larry has attended the University of Pennsylvania, University of Oklahoma, University of Southern California, University of California, Berkeley, Auburn University and Stanford University. He played Lacrosse at the University of Pennsylvania and briefly at the University of California, Berkeley on their club team. At Penn, he saw limited action over the four years (because he was a limited player), although he managed to score five goals on the freshman and JV teams and five goals as a varsity player. He looks back fondly on those years of watching and occasionally playing against the likes of Maryland, Syracuse, Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Lehigh, Lafayette, Swarthmore, Villanova, and others.

Larry is currently a 3-D software architect for Intel Corporation working on 3-D animation/simulation for desktop and laptop computers of the future. Prior to this position, he worked for a British game company developing a "3-D Engine" for use in games developed for the Nintendo, Sega, and PC computers. He is currently active on the Web and enjoys the opportunity to support the Lacrosse Foundation and the lacrosse community with relevant and up-to-date information.


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