Keeve M. (Kip) Siegel (January 9, 1923- March 14, 1975) was a physicist. He was a professor of Physics at the University of Michigan and the founder of Conductron Corporation, a high tech producer of electronic equipment which was absorbed by McDonnell Douglas Corporation; KMS Industries and KMS Fusion. KMS Fusion was the first and only private sector company to pursue controlled thermonuclear fusion research through use of laser technology.
Timeline: Kip Siegel
March 14, 1975. Fusion Pioneer Keeve Siegel Dead At 52. Ann Arbor News.
- Wikipedia: Kip Siegel
- Keeve Milton Siegel papers, Bentley Historical Library. Materials related to Conductron are found in box 1 of the collection.