Chris thinks like a particle.
He appreciates that it takes balance to solve problems. Chris enjoys the elegance of a mathematical derivation from first principles, but knows that it can’t be effective without the creative vision to apply it. He has applied this balance of analysis and creativity to the development of complex electro-mechanical systems and medical devices ranging from an innovative mobility platform to a robotic, prosthetic arm, and enjoys working with talented, quirky teams to solve real problems that matter.
Chris added his quirk to the team at Cooper Perkins after tenures at DEKA Research and Development, AGFA Corporation, and Hampshire Instruments. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rochester, and an M.S. in Robotics and Control Systems from Boston University.