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George W. Arnold,
an American entrepreneur, electrical engineer and computer scientist, Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1978. He was the director, standards and coordination office at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) until May 2014. Before, he served as national coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability, as chairman of the board of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), as president of the IEEE Standards Association, and as vice president-policy for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). He was further vice-president at Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories where he directed the company's global standards efforts and management of intellectual property. In the early 70s at Columbia, along with Monty Newborn, he was co-developer of the chess program Ostrich.
- George W. Arnold, Stephen H. Unger (1977). A structured data base computer conferencing system. AFIPS NCC 1977
- George W. Arnold, Joseph B. Weinman Jr. (1988). A distributed applications architecture for AT&T manufacturing. ICCC 1988
- George W. Arnold (2011). Challenges and Opportunities in Smart Grid: A Position Article. Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 99, No. 6
- George Arnold's ICGA Tournaments
- Dr. George W. Arnold, Eng. Sc.D. – Smart Grid Center
- George W. Arnold | edX
- ANSI - Dr. George W. Arnold