Our mission is to continuously innovate next-generation cooling solutions to enable the devices that fuel a more sustainable tomorrow. JetCool designs and delivers innovative cooling modules that focus on decreasing energy consumption, water usage, and carbon footprints. Our technology creates a ripple effect, enabling the businesses we serve to become more sustainable, profitable, and efficient. We are a driven community focused on making improvements that will fuel the future of cooling high-powered electronics.
Responsible Innovation Fuels a Sustainable Tomorrow
How did we get here? It all started at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Noticing a considerable gap in status quo liquid cooling solutions, a team of engineers led by Bernie Malouin spent five years developing and refining the next-generation cooling technology behind JetCool. The technology advances kept gaining momentum and visibility, prompting the project, dubbed “Project JETS,” to receive support and funding.
In 2019, two Project JETS team members formed JetCool Technologies as a spin-off from MIT. The JetCool team started introducing high-performance cooling to new application areas, working with leading innovators worldwide to transform next-generation product development, focusing on improving high power electronic efficiency and performance.
❝We seek to positively impact society through technological innovation. Electronics with amazing capabilities are emerging in performance computing applications, fueling a sustainable revolution. We strive to make these technologies run more efficiently by using a new paradigm to manage their heat, accelerating their adoption towards a more sustainable future.❞
Bernie Malouin, Founder & CEO
Meet Our Founder
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 Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (RPI). You may find him fixing a tractor, flying an airplane, or bicycling a rail trail.