Doctor Amar Bose, founder of Bose audio products company, died on Friday at his home in Wayland, Mass. He died at the age of 83. His death appears to be natural causes.
A sophisticated engineer with a knack for classical music, doctor Bose for his revolutionary research was known as acoustical engineering. His unique expertise to the company’s products, including the concert hall-quality speakers and built-in noise canceling headphones.
His company, founded in 1964, and the MS degree in electrical engineering at the MIT. Unlike most business days, he kept private financial information company declined to offer public shares, allowing him to concentrate on his research without the burden of earnings announcements.
Doctor Bose received his BA, MA and PhD from MIT, all in electrical engineering, as well as a faculty member from 1956 to 2001 served. In 2011, he donated the majority of Bose Stock to MIT, according to the school’s agreement not to sell any shares in the company or management company.
He was born Amar Gopal Bose on Nov. 2, 1929, in Philadelphia, Pa. to a Bengali father and American mother. He has two children with his ex-wife, Prema: Dr. Vanu Bose, owner of the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company Vanu, Inc. and Maya Bose. His second wife, Ursula, and a grandchild also survive him.
Bose died on July 12, 2013 at the age of 83 in Wayland, Massachusetts.