Dustin W. Demetriou

Development Engineer
Advanced Thermal Energy Efficiency Lab
Systems & Technology Group
IBM

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Dr. Demetriou is a Development Engineer at IBM in the System and Technology Group's Advanced Therman Energy Efficiency Lab focusing on advanced cooling technologies, cross brand thermal development and state-of-the-art data center designs.  He received a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Syracuse University in 2012.  His research is focused on the analysis, application and optimization of energy conversion systems, particularly in the area of high-density data centers and high-performance buildings and the development of advanced cooling technologies for IT hardware. He has authored or coauthored a number of journal and peer-reviewed conference publications in the areas of building simulation and energy efficient data centers.  His work has been awarded numerous honors, including the 2012 All-University Doctoral Prize at Syracuse University, 2011 ASME InterPACK best paper in Data Centers and Energy Efficient Electronic Systems and the 2009 best paper in the International Journal of Building Simulations.  He also holds a MS in Mechanical and Aerospaace Engineering from Syracuse University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Manhattan College.

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