Charles W. Kelley
Dr. Charles Kelley is the director and founder of the Interscience Research Institute (currently Interscience Workshop). Connecticut, a scientific research organization employing more than 150 scientists. From 1950 to 1957 he was an assistant professor and then director of the Applied Visual Research Department of the Faculty of Psychology at North Carolina State University. 1950 to 1953 participated in the Dunlap scientific research program, achieving good results and being the principal researcher; in fact, he directed the development of 10 scientific projects. He is also the author of 8 of the most important technical publications. His training and most of his professional experiences have been carried out in the field of experimental psychology, while his training as a researcher and as a filmmaker has resulted in an important series of studies on meteorology and engineering, which are reported in the present text.He is 38 years old; he graduated in 1949 from the University of Hawaii, in 1950 he obtained his specialization at the Ohio State University, in 1958 he obtained a degree in Philosophy attending the New School for Social Research; each title was awarded with academic distinction. Previously he had done 3 years of military service as a meteorological forecaster at the Air Force. He has two inventions to his credit: a training apparatus and a spatial exposure technique, both known by the specialists in design and practical technicians of natural control systems. Member of the Association for the Development of Science and of the American Association of Psychology; he is also a founding member of the Radioengineering Institute.