Warren E. Bulman

BA ’48 Physics, Berea College
MS ’51 Physics, Purdue University
PhD ’58 Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University
(Nominated by: Nominated by Physics and Astronomy)

"Ohio Semitronics, Inc., has been in business for 50 years and employs just under 100 people. OSI is a leader in the field of power instrumentation."

Warren E. Bulman taught Physics at Purdue University and Electrical Engineering at The Ohio State University.

He has several publications and has presented many papers at technical meetings. He has participated in the Distinguished Lecture Series and has presented a keynote-invited paper at the International Hall Effect Applications Conference.

Bulman is a member of many technical and professional societies including IEEE, American Physical Society and the Electrochemical Society. He is listed in American Men of Science, Who’s Who in Industry and Finance in the World, and Who’s Who in the Midwest.

Dr. Bulman’s community activities have included Chairman of Blue Cross of Central Ohio, Board of Mercy Hospital, Board of St. Anthony Hospital, Board of Marburn Academy, Board of the United Methodist Children’s Home and Whitehall Planning Commission. He has been a member of the Columbus Rotary Club for over 30 years.

Bulman is a veteran of World War II. He was a pilot and instructor in the US Army Air Force and served in the China-Burma-India theatre.


  • 1964 - Started Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
  • 1960-64 - Vice president, Tecumseh Products
  • 1956-60 - President and chairman, Ohio Semiconductors, Inc.
  • 1952-55 - Principal physicist and group leader in solid-state devices division, Battelle Memorial Institute

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