Bell-Northern Research (BNR) was a telecommunications research and development organization that was eventually absorbed into Nortel. BNR was based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, with campuses at locations around the world. Bell-Northern Research pioneered the development of digital technology, and created the first practical digital PBX, (SL1), and central office (DMS).
David Pierre Leibovitz worked at BNR/Nortel between 1988 and 2002
Legalware was a Toronto based organization (now inactive) that produced expert software systems for the legal profession. Between 1987 – 1988
The University of Alberta is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was attended by David between 1981 and 1985.
- Smith, D. G. W., Omoumi, H., & Leibovitz, D. P. (1989) The MinIdent database: some recent development. 28th International Geological Congress. Abstracts 3: 138-139
- Smith, D. G. W., & Leibovitz, D. P. (1986) MinIdent: A data base for minerals and a computer program for their identification. Canadian Mineralogist. 24(4): 695-708.
- Smith, D. G. W., & Leibovitz, D. P. (1986) MinIdent User’s Manual. A FORTRAN 77 program for mineral identification. Computing Services, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
- Smith, D. G. W., & Leibovitz, D. P. (1984) A computer-based system for identification of minerals on the basis of composition and other properties. 27th International Geological Congress. Extended Abstract, 5: 169.
- Ran mathematics lab seminar (1985)
APEGA is a professional association that regulates the professions of engineering and geoscience in Alberta. David was a member between 1985 – 1998 (when it was called APEGGA).
Micronex develops the world’s leading software for mineral identification. During 1981 – 1987, David jointly worked there and for the University of Alberta.