VP of Manufacturing
Christopher joined Nanoramic® in 2010. After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering he started his career at a Fortune 100 company developing energy storage devices before joining Nanoramic®.
Christopher developed the high temperature ultracapacitor technology from a lab prototype into a scalable product line including a variety of sizes and models. He is the author of several granted patents in Energy Storage Devices and Systems and is an expert in energy storage assembly, methods, and design for manufacturing.