The technology behind JETCOOL was developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, by a team led by Bernie Malouin. The team successfully built and characterized microjet cooling modules for advanced electronics, publishing the results in several papers. Others took note of the development going on at MIT and began funding the continued technology development, which became dubbed "Project JETS."
In 2019, two members of the Project JETS team formed JETCOOL Technologies, as a spin-off from MIT. JETCOOL set out to introduce high-performance cooling to new application areas, working with technology companies to enable their next generations of devices.
Founder & CEO
Bernie founded JETCOOL Technologies after 8 years at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. There, he served as the Chief Engineer leading the technical development of a $100M+ airborne payload program for the US Government. Bernie received a BS in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering (RPI) and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering (RPI). You may find him fixing a tractor, flying an airplane, or bicycling a rail trail.
Director of Technology
Jordan joined JETCOOL Technologies after working on several high power technologies at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, including high energy lasers and subsea communication systems. Jordan received a BS in Mechanical Engineering (MIT) and a MS in Mechanical Engineering (UC-Berkeley). He was a member of the MIT Track and Field team, competing in the pole vault and the decathlon, and continues his sports interest by following Boston sports teams. Jordan also enjoys tutoring and educational development for low income students, especially in the STEM fields.