Capes ’88 heads HPC, liquid cooling innovator Bitfury Allied Control

Electrical engineering alum Joseph Capes ’88 has been named head of Allied Control Limited, a subsidiary of the Bitfury Group, according to a press release. 

Allied Control provides high-performance computing and liquid cooling technologies that are used in data centers globally, including Bitfury’s high-performance transaction processing centers. Its proprietary two-phase immersion cooling solution is covered by multiple patents globally and significantly reduces data center size and environmental footprint while delivering increased computing capabilities. 

Pacicco ’84 appointed CEO of MatrixCare

Chemical engineering alum Steve Pacicco '84 has been named president and CEO of MatrixCare, a healthcare software company specializing in skilled nursing care services and senior living providers.

MatrixCare is the largest long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) technology provider in the country; its software solutions used in more than 13,000 facility-based care settings and 2,500 home care/home health and hospice organizations.

Jewell ’03 Receives Presidential Early Career Award

Chemical engineering and molecular biology alumnus Christopher M. Jewell ’03 has been named by the White House as a recipient of the 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. PECASE is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government to recognize outstanding early-career scientists and engineers who show exceptional potential for leadership in their fields. 

ISE remembers Everett Van Hoesen '55

Everett Van Hoesen, Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) department alumni, passed away on September 3, 2019 in Naples, Florida. He is survived by his wife Alice and five children: Richard, Mark, Karen, Kimberly, and David. He earned his B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University in 1955. He also held executive degrees from Columbia and Harvard Business Schools.