The MIT Lincoln Laboratory, located in Lexington, Massachusetts, is a United States Department of Defense research and development center chartered to apply advanced technology to problems of national security. Research and development activities focus on long-term technology development as well as rapid system prototyping and demonstration. These efforts are aligned within key mission areas. The laboratory works with industry to transition new concepts and technology for system development and deployment.

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  • MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute is a rigorous STEM program for rising high school seniors that emphasizes project-based learning. In this second year of the four-week summer program, 98 students from all over the U.S. participated in three courses that taught the foundations of robotics and autonomous systems. This year, four teams (including two from Mexico) followed the course remotely at thei...

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  • At the Defense Fabric Discovery Center (DFDC), engineers develop advanced fiber technologies for a range of applications for national security. The facility houses state-of-the-art equipment for functional fiber and fabric design, fiber device drawing, textile production, and system integration. Opened in October 2017, the DFDC represents a partnership between MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the U.S. Arm...

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MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • Melanie Chen, a sophomore at MIT, describes her experience as a teaching assistant for Cog*Works, part of Lincoln Laboratory’s Beaver Works Summer Institute. Melanie mentored high school students throughout the four-week program that introduced machine learning, natural language processing, and other core concepts that allowed students to customize their own cognitive assistants, similar to Apple'...

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  • See the umbra (shadow cast by the moon on the earth during the solar eclipse) as viewed from 57,000 ft above the earth. MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff camped in Ft Laramie in the path of totality and launched a High Altitude Balloon with a MIT Lincoln Laboratory custom-built payload for a field test during the eclipse on August 21, 2017.

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s Laser Aircraft Strike Suppression Optical System, or LASSOS, is a novel solution to the problem of laser pointers being aimed at pilots during flight. The system uses ground-based sensors to cover a region, quickly locates the origin of a laser strike, and transmits the coordinates of the perpetrator to local law enforcement.

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  • GEM is a network of leading corporations, laboratories, and research institutions that enables qualified students from underrepresented communities to pursue graduation education in applied science and engineering. GEM Fellows gain high-level research experience, networking opportunities, and financial support for advanced education. Through GEM, Lincoln Laboratory attracts a diverse group of tale...

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory proudly presents Commodore Grace Hopper’s landmark lecture* on the future of computing. Hopper (1906–1992) is known for finding the first computer bug, inventing compiler design, and creating high-level languages. She inspired leadership and education, famously using the 11.8” wire prop to represent how far electricity can travel in one nanosecond. In this amazing video pos...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • *Updated* The animation demonstrates a method under development at Lincoln Laboratory for using individually trapped ions as quantum information carriers. Each ion is manipulated using laser beams that emerge from waveguide and grating structures within the chip. Metal electrodes above the waveguides allow movement of the ions by means of varying the voltage sent to each segment. Ions, initially ...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • *Updated* The animation depicts the process used at Lincoln Laboratory to confine single atomic ions near chips. In an ultra-high vacuum system, a hot atomic vapor is created by heating metal in an oven. This hot vapor is cooled at the intersection of six laser beams in a region in which a pair of copper coils produces a spatially varying magnetic field. The cooled, slowed atoms are then acceler...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • See Lincoln Laboratory’s take on Carpool Karaoke. GEM Fellows discuss their internships at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. MIT Lincoln Laboratory supports the National GEM Consortium. The Consortium is a network of leading corporations, government laboratories, top universities, and top research institutions that enables qualified students from underrepresented communities to pursue graduate education i...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The MIT Lincoln Laboratory Localizing Ground-Penetrating Radar (LGPR) demonstrated centimeter-level localization on snow-covered roads during daytime and nighttime snowstorms. This system enhances an autonomous vehicle’s ability to know its position on a roadway even when other approaches fail. See http://www.ll.mit.edu/news/Highly-accurate-vehicle-localization-under-adverse-weather.html

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory is developing high-tech tools to improve situational awareness during emergency response operations. Under the Next-Generation First Responder Apex program, researchers are developing technologies that enable drones to provide emergency responders with the information needed to establish situational awareness at disaster sites that are inaccessible or dangerous. See https:/...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The Laboratory supports the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science (GEM) by offering summer internships to graduate students from underrepresented groups who are seeking advanced degrees in science and engineering fields. See https://www.ll.mit.edu/college/studentprograms.html or http://www.gemfellowship.org/

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The Lincoln Laboratory Radar Introduction for Student Engineers (LLRISE) program is a summer workshop on how to build small radar systems. This summer STEM program is a two-week residential project-based enrichment program for 18 outstanding students who apply in their junior year of high school. Students build Doppler and range small radar systems. This workshop is held in July. See https://www...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The Haystack Ultra-wideband Satellite Imaging Radar (HUSIR) provides very-high-resolution images to the Space Surveillance Network to identify and assess orbiting satellites. Realization of HUSIR required several major technology innovations including development of a very accurate and very large 120-foot-diameter antenna that has a surface tolerance approximately equal to a human hair diameter. R...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute (BWSI) is a summer program for high school seniors that champions project-based learning. In 2016, its first year, the program offered a robotics course which challenged the students to program a small autonomous vehicle. Students developed algorithms to teach a miniature robot to navigate, map a course, detect objects, and win a race. The 4-week program hosted...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The Girls Who Build - Cameras workshop for high-school girls is a one-day, hands-on introduction to camera physics and technology at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Center. The 40 participants learned the basics of camera technology and image processing, how to build a Raspberry Pi camera, and how to code Instagram filters and Photoshop tools. Keynote speakers from the camera technology in...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • The Haystack Ultra-wideband Satellite Imaging Radar (HUSIR) provides very-high-resolution images to the Space Surveillance Network to identify and assess orbiting satellites. Realization of HUSIR required several major technology innovations including development of a very accurate and very large 120-foot-diameter antenna that has a surface tolerance approximately equal to a human hair diameter. R...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory proudly presents Commodore Grace Hopper’s landmark lecture* on the future of computing. Hopper (1906–1992) is known for finding the first computer bug, inventing compiler design, and creating high-level languages. She inspired leadership and education, famously using the 11.8” wire prop to represent how far electricity can travel in one nanosecond. In this amazing video pos...

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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  • Concept for a quantum information processor based on individual trapped atomic ions

    *Updated* The animation demonstrates a method under development at Lincoln Laboratory for using individually trapped ions as quantum information carriers. Each ion is manipulated using laser beams that emerge from waveguide and grating structures within the chip. Metal electrodes above the waveguides allow movement of the ions by means of varying the voltage sent to each segment. Ions, initially ...

  • Single-ion trapping from a cooled, accelerated cloud of neutral atoms

    *Updated* The animation depicts the process used at Lincoln Laboratory to confine single atomic ions near chips. In an ultra-high vacuum system, a hot atomic vapor is created by heating metal in an oven. This hot vapor is cooled at the intersection of six laser beams in a region in which a pair of copper coils produces a spatially varying magnetic field. The cooled, slowed atoms are then acceler...

  • Lincoln Laboratory GEM Fellows - 2016

    See Lincoln Laboratory’s take on Carpool Karaoke. GEM Fellows discuss their internships at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. MIT Lincoln Laboratory supports the National GEM Consortium. The Consortium is a network of leading corporations, government laboratories, top universities, and top research institutions that enables qualified students from underrepresented communities to pursue graduate education i...

  • Enabling Autonomous Vehicles to Drive in the Snow with Localizing Ground Penetrating Radar

    The MIT Lincoln Laboratory Localizing Ground-Penetrating Radar (LGPR) demonstrated centimeter-level localization on snow-covered roads during daytime and nighttime snowstorms. This system enhances an autonomous vehicle’s ability to know its position on a roadway even when other approaches fail. See http://www.ll.mit.edu/news/Highly-accurate-vehicle-localization-under-adverse-weather.html

  • Next Generation First Responder

    MIT Lincoln Laboratory is developing high-tech tools to improve situational awareness during emergency response operations. Under the Next-Generation First Responder Apex program, researchers are developing technologies that enable drones to provide emergency responders with the information needed to establish situational awareness at disaster sites that are inaccessible or dangerous. See https:/...

  • The National GEM Consortium 2015

    The Laboratory supports the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science (GEM) by offering summer internships to graduate students from underrepresented groups who are seeking advanced degrees in science and engineering fields. See https://www.ll.mit.edu/college/studentprograms.html or http://www.gemfellowship.org/

  • Lincoln Laboratory - Radar Introduction for Student Engineers

    The Lincoln Laboratory Radar Introduction for Student Engineers (LLRISE) program is a summer workshop on how to build small radar systems. This summer STEM program is a two-week residential project-based enrichment program for 18 outstanding students who apply in their junior year of high school. Students build Doppler and range small radar systems. This workshop is held in July. See https://www...

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