DoD Microelectronics Innovation for National Security & Economic Competitiveness (MINSEC) Initiative
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Dr. Jeremy Muldavin will describe the DOD Microelectronics Innovation for National Security & Economic Competitiveness (MINSEC) initiative and related advanced secured electronics foundry challenges. MINSEC provides assured access and enhancement to U.S.-based design, foundries and packaging ecosystem to generate/protect intellectual property and U.S. competitiveness. It invests in disruptive R&D to develop materials, devices, architectures, and design tools for complex next generation computing, strategic applications, and enhanced fabrication.
Dr. Muldavin is a member of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering, and Senior Staff member of MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He received his BSE in engineering physics and MSE and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, where he studied high-energy spin physics, nuclear and biomedical engineering, communications, electromagnetics, and radio frequency micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS).
Since 2001, Muldavin has worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory researching advanced microeloectronics, semiconductor fabrication, embedded systems, and open and distributed architectures. He received the 2011 MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award "For outstanding early career contributions to the microwave profession."