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Christopher Weaver
Alma mater Wesleyan University
MIT
Occupation software and technology innovator, entrepreneur
Known for founder of Bethesda Softworks

Christopher Weaver is a software developer, innovator and entrepreneur, and the founder of Bethesda Softworks. He spearheaded the development of the first physics engine for realtime sports simulation, culminating in the creation of the original John Madden Football for Electronic Arts, as well as many other gaming innovations [1].

Education and Career

Dr. Weaver received a Master of Science (SM) degree from MIT and was the initial Daltry scholar at Wesleyan University, where he earned dual Masters Degrees in Japanese and Computer Science and a CAS Doctoral Degree in Japanese and Physics [2]. He was also a former member of the MIT Media Lab, Fellow of the MIT Communications and Policy Program, and a current member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [1].

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Christopher Weaver
Alma mater Wesleyan University
MIT
Occupation software and technology innovator, entrepreneur
Known for founder of Bethesda Softworks

Christopher Weaver is a software developer, innovator and entrepreneur, and the founder of Bethesda Softworks. He spearheaded the development of the first physics engine for realtime sports simulation, culminating in the creation of the original John Madden Football for Electronic Arts, as well as many other gaming innovations.[1]

Education and career

Dr. Weaver received a Master of Science (SM) degree from MIT and was the initial Daltry scholar at Wesleyan University, where he earned dual Masters Degrees in Japanese and Computer Science and a CAS Doctoral Degree in Japanese and Physics.[2] He was also a former member of the MIT Media Lab, Fellow of the MIT Communications and Policy Program, and is a current member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.[1] He is also a Visiting Scholar at MIT.

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