Marvin Wunderlich received a Ph.D in Mathematics in 1964 from the University of Colorado. He taught mathematics at State University at Buffalo, New York for three years and at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois for seventeen years specializing in number theory and computer science. While in Illinois, he served as a computer consultant for the Illinois State Board of Elections and designed sampling software for petition certification which was used for several voter initiatives. For five years, he was the University Science Coordinator and assisted in the acquisition of many science research grants from the Federal Government. He taught database management and used his expertise to design a home budget management system which has been used by himself and many others for over twenty years.

He was a government employee from 1984 until 1997 living in the Washington, D.C. area. He designed and implemented many computer based systems which were used throughout the world. For three years, he served as the director of the Mathematical Sciences Program, a DOD grants program that annually awarded three million dollars in grants support to young mathematicians throughout the country. Since his retirement in 1997, he has been involved in database design and has been webmaster for a number of charitable organizations.


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