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About Chris Kapsambelis

Chris Kapsambelis is a retired engineer with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from Northeastern University, Boston, MA. He is versed in the fundamentals of Physics, Mathematics and electronics.

During his long career, he was party to a large number of inventions where more than 10 credit his name on U.S. patents, and one from Japan. These patents involve both hardware and software technologies.

He is a pioneer in the development of Bar Codes. In recognition of his contributions, he was selected as a founding member of the AIDC100 organization. The AIDC100 was formed to recognize the top 100 developers of the Automatic Identification and Data Capture industry, where Bar Codes have become the most successful.

In his retirement Chris has volunteered to serve in the Selectmen’s Energy Advisory Committee for the Towne of Bourne. In that connection he has taken an interest in the development of renewable energy and in particular wind energy. He has read much of the literature on the subject and contributed a great deal of study to wind turbine sound emissions and the effects of wind turbine noise on nearby residents.

As a demonstration of his understanding of this subject, he has published a white paper titled “Acoustics and Wind Turbine Noise.

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