Ernest Cohen

Dr. Cohen received a B.S. in electrical engineering from MIT. For his bachelor’s thesis, he designed operation amplifiers using discrete transistors, a design later used in the Electronic System Laboratory at MIT. In 1963, large-scale integrated circuit microprocessors did not exist, except as a subject of research. Dr. Cohen was awarded a Masters in Instrumentation from Case Institute of Technology in 1967. His thesis was entitled, Identification of a Large-Scale Nonlinear Model of a Hear Exchanger. While at Case Insititute of Technology, Dr. Cohen served in the Cleveland Tutorial Project, which aided minority high school students. After graduation, he began his professional career with the Foxboro Company Research Center. He subsequently became a Senior Application Consultant.