CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
B.S., M.S. Chemistry with Univ. and Dept. Honors concentration in Computer Science
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
Ph.D. Theoretical / Computational Chemistry - Adviser: Martin Head-Gordon
Chris joined Bell Labs in 1997 after graduating with a Ph.D. in theoretical quantum chemistry from the University of California in Berkeley, California. His research interests include the development of computational models and methods for the simulation and control of interesting physical systems. This has included work in areas ranging from linear scaling quantum chemistry simulations, to the design of new optical devices, to the global control of transparent optical mesh networks and to understanding and facilitating the propagation of ideas in organizations.
Bell Labs Teamwork Award 2005,2006, 2010
ALTA Membership 2010
Lucent Chairman’s Award 2006
Bell Labs President’s Gold Award 2005
Friedman Award in Applied Mathematics, 1996.
Graduate Teaching Award, 1995.
Andrew Carnegie Presidential Scholar, 1993.
Barry S. Goldwater Fellow, 1993.
DOE Honors Research Program, BNL, 1990.
Delivery Method for Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) (12,195,559)
Transient Control In Optical Transmission Systems (7,251,071)
Method and Apparatus for Controlling Pump Powers Of Broadband Raman Amplifiers in Optical Transmission Systems Incorporating Virtual Channels to Reduce Noise (7,167,299)
Manufacture of depressed index optical fibers (6,715,322)
Microstructured multimode fiber (6,594,429)
Device for tuning the propagation of electromagnetic radiation (6,452,713)
Process for Fabricating Article Comprising Photonic Band Gap Material (6,392,787)
Process for Determining Characteristics of Suspended Particles (6,119,510