Drew Matter serves as Product Development Manager for Mikros Technologies, a local designer and manufacturer of high-performance microchannel liquid cooling systems for supercomputers, A.I. processors, lasers and other high-power systems that shape our future. Drew oversees the efficient development of new designs and the application of Mikros’ core thermal management and micromachining technologies in emerging fields. He also syncs Mikros’ design efforts with the evolving needs of clients to ensure that Mikros excels as a strong development partner with large scale computing companies.
Drew began his engineering career at NASA-Johnson Space Center, where he developed tooling for spacewalks still in use on board the International Space Station. Prior to Mikros, Drew worked as one of the first employees at FreshAir Sensor, a Dartmouth-based startup developing novel air quality sensors, coordinating the development of FreshAir’s first sellable product. Drew lives in Hanover with his wife Susie and three children and serves on the board of the Friends of Hanover-Norwich Schools.
Drew holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Divinity Degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. He received his Master of Engineering Management Degree from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth in 2015.