Dr Brian Dupaix

Brian Dupaix

Thursday, December 10, 2020 | Time: 15:30 – 16:15 EST

Bio: Dr. Brian Dupaix currently serves as the Acting Data Driven Quantifiable Assurance Project Area Lead for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Trusted & Assured Microelectronics / MINSEC program, managing a research and development budget of over $250M per year. Concurrently, he serves as the Air Force Design Assurance Lead at the AFRL Sensors Directorate in Dayton, Ohio, and is an adjunct professor at The Ohio State University. Dr. Dupaix holds a BS degree Brigham Young University and MS and PhD degrees from The Ohio State University. Prior to joining AFRL, he was a Research Scientist at Ohio State’s ElectroScience Laboratory, working on high-speed DACs and ADCs, III-V power-amplifiers, mixed-signal reliability, and trusted electronic components. He also worked in industry, spending 5 years at Honeywell Air Transport Systems, designing digital ASICs for commercial flight and navigation systems and 4 years at Intrinsix creating IP blocks for extensible processors and System-on-Chip ASICs for consumer electronics. He has published over 40 papers and holds five patents with several pending.

Title: Zero Trust Microelectronics: a model for hardware security evolution