Bruce Myatt, PE is a registered Mechanical Engineer, Founder of Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Round Table (CFRT), and National Director of Mission Critical Facilities at M+W Group in San Francisco. He has over 25 years of engineering consulting experience working with critical facilities such as data centers, clean rooms semiconductor fabs, nuclear power plants, and DOE’s nuclear weapons production facilities. He has recently led work for LBNL and PG&E related to data center energy efficiency benchmarking, technology demonstration, new construction and retrofit design assistance, and retro-commissioning.
Bruce has actively pioneered server cooling solutions that isolate air flow in order to prevent the “recirculation” and “short-circuiting” of chilled air in data center environments. He has been selected as a technical advisor to DOE, EPA, CEC, LBNL, and PG&E Committees focused on Data Center Energy Efficiency.
He has provided data center energy efficiency presentations and panel discussions for audiences at Data Center Dynamics, Uptime Institute’s Global Symposium, Next Generation Data Centers, The Data Center Summit, Data Centers 21, Cisco’s Executive Green Data Center Round Table, HP Executive Briefings, Intel’s Great Eco Debates, 7x24 Exchange National Conference, IFMA, Building Automation, Converging Technologies Conference, IMN’s Data Center Developers Conference, and several PG&E Customer Energy Efficiency conferences.
Bruce is Co-Chairman of the CFRT Energy Committee, member of the Board of Advisors and Technical Columnist for “Mission Critical” Magazine; member of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group Data Center Energy Committee; Board Advisor to 6Connect Inc., Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Sigma Phi Delta International Social-Professional Engineering Fraternity; and, recently, a member of the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of the Bay Area.
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