Kerry Bernstein joined DARPA in September 2012 as a program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office. His interests are in the areas of hardware assurance, hardware-based cybersecurity capabilities, and supply chain risk management, including anti-counterfeit and anti-tampering issues. His interests also include emerging post-CMOS device technologies for supporting future defense computing workloads.
Mr. Bernstein came to DARPA from IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center where from 2002 until 2012 he was a research staff member working in the areas of high-performance, low-power devices, circuits and architectures; emergent post-CMOS logic switch technologies and architectures; 3D chip integration; and radiation-induced upset modeling. From 1978-2002, he was an electrical engineer at IBM Microelectronics working in microprocessor circuit design, high performance product development and technology development applications. During his time at IBM he supported DARPA's IRIS and TRUST programs.
Mr. Bernstein has co-authored four textbooks, holds 155 patents and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Mr. Bernstein received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.
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