Thanks for your question. You threw me with Santa Clara, but since the
URL you gave led to Santa Cruz, I'm assuming that was a typo.
According to his entry in "American Men & Women of Science," Allen
Frederick Kelley, Jr. was born in New Hampshire on July 1, 1933. He
obtained his PhD from University of California at Berkeley in 1963,
where he was an instructor from 1963 to 1964. He became an assistant
professor at University of California at Santa Cruz in 1966. In 1969,
he became an associate professor. According to this web site, he gave
a presentation on Computational Mathematics on May 13, 2004, so it
seems reasonable to assume he's still with us.
Mathematics Colloquium Series, Spring 2004
American Men & Women of Science, New Providence, New Jersey, 20th ed.,
vol. 4, 1998-99, p. 319.
"al kelley" santa cruz
American Men & Women of Science
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