Technical Director for leading manufacturer of gas-phase air filtration media, filters, equipment, and air monitoring instrumentation.
Global Mission Critical Technology Manager for development and implementation of market strategies; working with IT equipment manufacturers, data center owners/operators to develop and apply environmental monitoring and control programs assuring reliable operation of critical datacom equipment.
Expert on environmental air quality and application/use of gas-phase air filtration. 150+ peer-reviewed papers and articles, 75+ seminars. Wrote chapter on gas-phase air filtration for the NAFA Air Filtration Handbook and for Carrier Corporation's Applications Technical Development Program.
Authored chapter on airborne molecular contamination in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Handbook and chapter on Contamination Control for ASHRAE’s Handbook on Particulate and Gaseous Contamination in datacom Environments.
Testified before OSHA on Indoor Air Quality Standards and consulted on Dutch and Italian governmental standards for indoor environments. Work with many state and international agencies to develop and implement indoor environmental control strategies.
Former Chair of ASHRAE SSPC 145 that developed the first standards for assessing the performance of media/equipment used in gas phase air filtration systems. Member of SSPC 62.1 "Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality,"and co-authored the Standard 62.1 User's Manual. Member of TC 2.3 "Gaseous Air Contaminants and Gas Contaminant Removal Equipment."
Yield Enhancement Technical Working Group and the Wafer Environment Contamination Control subgroup for the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors. Working to develop requirements for ITRS 2.0
Member of ISIAQ Task Forces on IAQ and climate in cultural and heritage collections, A&WMA's IAQ Committee, and ASTM committees on Indoor Air and Activated Carbon. Senior Faculty member of the IEST Contamination Control Institute.