Chris works with multi-disciplinary teams across Meta to develop integrated next-generation data center, hardware and software solutions and associated R&D investments. He supports the Meta sustainability teams on energy and carbon reduction technology investments.
Previously, Chris was a Distinguished Engineer at Google with responsibility for data center infrastructure design, technology strategy and R&D investments. He led the development of multiple generations of Google data center designs that have been deployed globally at the gigawatt scale. Chris is an ASME Fellow, has authored numerous technical papers, and has been granted over 100 patents.
Chris received his MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA and the BEng (with Highest Honors) from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.