On May 12, 13, and 14, 1959, the Thirteenth Annual Frequency Control Symposium sponsored by the Frequency Control Division of the US Army Signal Research and Development Laboratory was held at Asbury Park, New Jersey. Besides 700 participants of industrial, educational, and governmental organizations from the US, the Symposium was attended by a sizeable number of engineers and physicists from foreign countries, many of them participating actively in the discussions. Representatives of Canada, England, the Netherlands, West Germany, and Japan also presented papers. The Symposium covered the physical and technical aspects of frequency control with a high degree of completeness. Subjects under discussion ranged from a consideration of how the aging of the universe may affect gravitational and atomic time scales to a report on a mechanized plant for producing quartz crystals.

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