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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory
    Outreach Support STEM Programs Educational Outreach Community Service and Giving Retiree Information Marshallese Community Outreach Workshops Education About Lincoln Laboratory MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a federally funded research and development center that applies 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 more Laboratory Status Doing Business with Lincoln Laboratory For Government Sponsors Customers Find information and the necessary forms for sponsoring work at Lincoln Laboratory at our users guidance page For Vendors The Laboratory conducts a significant amount of work with industry Find information and forms for vendors at the Contracting Services Department page Beaver Works Visit the Beaver Works website to learn more about project based learning collaborations between Lincoln Laboratory and MIT campus Outreach National GEM Consortium The Laboratory supports the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science GEM by helping students from underrepresented groups seeking advanced degrees in engineering and science Listen to what interns at Lincoln Laboratory say about the GEM program Guiding imagination with LEGO robotics The FIRST LEGO League global robotics competition challenges teams of children to program an autonomous robot News Dimitris Manolakis elected a Fellow of the IEEE Mordechai Rothschild receives 2015 Edwin H Land Medal Mabel Ramirez participates in elite national engineering symposium Alum is dedicated to engineering a safer nation Eric Evans is profiled in an article in The Ohio State University s College of Engineering news IEEE Cybersecurity Initiative gains new leadership Robert Cunningham named chair of the initiative Annual Report Technology News Ingestible Biosensor Watch Lincoln Laboratory biomaterials scientist Albert Swiston and MIT

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Contact Information
    MIT Lincoln Laboratory Facts Discover Your Mission Lincoln Laboratory Community Involvement Report Lincoln Laboratory History Book Outreach Support STEM Programs Educational Outreach Community Service and Giving Retiree Information Marshallese Community Outreach Workshops Education Home Contact Information COntact Information About Mission Areas Employment College Recruiting News Publications Outreach Workshops Education Contact Visitor Information Map and directions to Lincoln Laboratory Logan Airport Lincoln Laboratory map Map and directions to 3 Forbes Road facility Local hotel information Visitor Parking at Lincoln Laboratory About Lexington Massachusetts About Boston Official Address Lincoln Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 02420 9108 Map and Driving Directions Main Phone Number 781 981 5500 for all general inquiries Communications Office Lincoln Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 02420 9108 Phone 781 981 4204 David Granchelli Manager granchelli ll mit edu Press releases or inquiries about the Laboratory s news stories can be sent to llnews ll mit edu Human Resources Lincoln Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 02420 9108 Phone 781 981 7066 For information concerning career opportunities for new graduates our college recruitment program our on campus technical seminar series and summer employment contact College Recruiting Program Administrator Human Resources Phone 781 981 2465 collegerecr ll mit edu To apply for a position or for more information about employment opportunities please visit our Employment section Security Services 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 02420 9108 Phone 781 981 7110 Shawn S Daley Chief Security Officer sdaley ll mit edu General Counsel The MIT Office of General Counsel provides legal services for MIT Lincoln Laboratory Legal inquires may be sent to the onsite legal advisor at Lincoln Laboratory David A Suski Counsel 244 Wood Street Lexington MA 02420 9108 781 981 5500 David Suski ll mit edu Forbes

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Sitemap
    Interest Small Business Office Small Business Policy Statement Laboratory Status ASAP Workshop 2007 ASAP Proceedings 1995 to 2007 College Recruiting Career Opportunities On Campus Activities Recruitment Calendar Summer Research Program Student Programs Military Fellowship Program Technical Seminar Series Community Outreach Community Service and Giving Educational Outreach Ceres Connection Classroom Presentations Robotics Outreach Retiree Information Science on Saturday Marshallese Community Outreach Contact Information Status Terms of Use Employment Benefits Diversity and Inclusion Lincoln Laboratory New Employees Network Out Professional Employee Network Employment Opportunities Organization of Technical Divisions Professional Development Staff Profiles Work Life Balance Professional Societies and Activity Groups HPEC Current Workshop Agendas 1997 to 2001 Proceedings 2002 to present Workshop Web Sites 2001 present Mission Areas Air Missile Defense Technology Accomplishments Outlook Air Traffic Control Accomplishments Outlook Aviation Weather Research Ceiling and Visibility Forecasting Consolidated Storm Prediction for Aviation CoSPA Storm Forecasting Wake Vortex Systems FAA Weather Systems Integrated Terminal Weather System ITWS Corridor Integrated Weather System CIWS Multimission Phased Array Radar MPAR Next Generation Weather Radar NEXRAD Terminal Doppler Weather Radar TDWR Air Traffic Control Publications Software Communication Architecture CIWS Reengineering NextGen Architecture Surveillance and Navigation Homeland Protection Support ERSA Runway Status Lights Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System TCAS UAV Airspace Access Communication Systems Accomplishments Outlook Cyber Security and Information Sciences Accomplishments Outlook Publications Software Tools MatlabMPI pMatlab HEtest LNKnet D4M Cyber Systems and Operations Secure Resilient Systems and Technology Cyber Analytics and Decision Systems Cyber System Assessments Projects Human Language Technology Corpora Speech Publications Advanced Technology Core Technology and Capabilities Advanced Imager Technology Scientific Charge Coupled Device Imaging High Speed Imaging Photon Counting Technology Biographies Publications Patents Chemical Microsystem and Nanoscale Technologies Sensing Materials Microsystems Microfluidics Origins Lithography Biographies Publications Patents Laser Technology Applications Laser Technology Beam Combining Biographies Publications Patents Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Quantum Information

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: About
    Service and Giving Retiree Information Marshallese Community Outreach Workshops Education Home About About History Organization Steering Committee Joint Advisory Committee JAC Executive Group Advisory Board Facilities Field Sites Lincoln Laboratory MIT Interactions Technology Transfer Professional Society Fellows Guidance for Sponsors Customers Utilizing the Air Force Contract Code of Conduct Conflicts of Interest Small Business Office Visitor Information Directions Laboratory Status More About MIT Lincoln Laboratory The Complex The MIT Lincoln Laboratory complex located in historic Lexington Massachusetts occupies 75 acres on the eastern perimeter of Hanscom Air Force Base more What is an FFRDC The Laboratory is one of nine federally funded research and development centers FFRDCs sponsored by the Department of Defense more MIT Lincoln Laboratory Facts A brief compendium of facts about the Laboratory Technical Staff Profiles Meet some of the people who have contributed to building the Laboratory s reputation for techical excellence I AM LINCOLN The in depth I Am Lincoln profiles present the Laboratory through the perspectives of staff members About Lincoln Laboratory As a Department of Defense Research and Development Laboratory MIT Lincoln Laboratory conducts research and development aimed at solutions to problems critical to national security In 2011 the Laboratory celebrated its 60th anniversary of service to the nation The areas that constitute the core of the work performed at Lincoln Laboratory are sensors information extraction signal processing and embedded computing communications and integrated sensing and decision support all supported by a broad research base in advanced electronics Research at the Laboratory includes projects in air and missile defense space surveillance technology tactical systems biological and chemical defense homeland protection communications cyber security and information sciences The Laboratory takes projects from the initial concept stage through simulation and analysis to design and prototyping and finally to field demonstration Technical staff perform tests on

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: History
    space surveillance activities and MIT Haystack Observatory astronomers involved in scientific exploration Additional Reading E C Freeman ed Technology in the National Interest Lexington Mass MIT Lincoln Laboratory 1995 W P Delaney and W W Ward Radar Development at Lincoln Laboratory An Overview of the First Fifty Years pdf Lincoln Laboratory Journal vol 12 no 2 pp 147 166 2000 R L Ferranti Widgets and Wonders Lincoln Laboratory s Unique Radar Hardware Legacy pdf Lincoln Laboratory Journal vol 12 no 2 pp 397 428 2000 History Killian Court at MIT Cambridge Mass MIT Lincoln Laboratory Lexington Mass The mission of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science technology and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world As part of this mission MIT has a long standing commitment to the furtherance of technology in support of national security MIT Lincoln Laboratory is one manifestation of MIT s ongoing involvement in this area and the origins and history of the Laboratory provide a case study of MIT leaning forward when required for the service of the nation Building 22 at MIT was constructed to house the Radiation Laboratory during World War II Photograph courtesy of the MIT Museum Lincoln Laboratory was established in 1951 to build the nation s first air defense system However its roots date back to the MIT Radiation Laboratory which was formed out of the Physics Department during World War II to develop radar for the Allied war effort The Rad Lab in collaboration with scientists from Great Britain developed the fundamental principles technologies and engineering designs for the microwave radar systems that effectively countered the Nazi airborne and submarine threats to the Allied Forces At its peak the Rad Lab employed 4000 staff

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Organization
    Calendar Summer Research Program Student Programs Military Fellowship Program Organization of Technical Divisions Technical Seminar Series News Awards Lincoln Laboratory in the News Publications Annual Report Lincoln Laboratory Journal Lab Notes Tech Notes MIT Lincoln Laboratory Facts Discover Your Mission Lincoln Laboratory Community Involvement Report Lincoln Laboratory History Book Outreach Support STEM Programs Educational Outreach Community Service and Giving Retiree Information Marshallese Community Outreach Workshops Education Home About Organization About History Organization Steering Committee Joint Advisory Committee JAC Executive Group Advisory Board Facilities Field Sites Lincoln Laboratory MIT Interactions Technology Transfer Professional Society Fellows Guidance for Sponsors Customers Utilizing the Air Force Contract Code of Conduct Conflicts of Interest Small Business Office Visitor Information Directions Laboratory Status Organization Lincoln Laboratory is organized into technical divisions and service departments under the governance of a Director Associate Director Assistant Director for Operations and the Director s Office Staff The Laboratory reports to the MIT Office of the President Descriptions of Lincoln Laboratory Technical Divisions and Groups and Service Departments are found at the Organization of Technical Divisions page Biographies Lincoln Laboratory Eric D Evans Director Marc D Bernstein Associate Director C Scott Anderson Assistant Director for Operations John E Kuconis Executive Officer

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Facilities
    is used for rapid prototyping of airborne sensors and communications RF System Test Facility The antenna and radar cross section measurements facility constructed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory on Hanscom Air Force Base was designed with a rapid prototyping focus for radar and communications systems development There are five indoor test ranges a small shielded chamber for EMI measurements two small utility ranges consisting of a tapered anechoic chamber covering the 225 MHz to 18 GHz band and a millimeter wave anechoic chamber covering the 4 to 100 GHz band a compact range covering the 400 MHz to 100 GHz band and a systems development chamber that covers the approximate 150 MHz to 20 GHz band and that works in conjunction with an instrumentation laboratory In addition to the chambers multipurpose signal generation data acquisition and control and recording instrumentation in a systems integration laboratory provide a supporting role in the rapid prototyping of RF systems A high bay staging area and machine shop are used in supporting the development of rapid prototype antennas The smaller utility chambers are used in developing antennas and subsystems that can be tested in an integrated RF system in the larger compact range and system test chambers The 12 2 m long tapered chamber is EMI shielded and has a range length of 8 5 m with a rectangular cross section 4 3 m by 4 3 m with a length of 5 1 m The tapered chamber features an ultrawideband dual polarized conical tip that is intended to cover approximately the 225 MHz to 18 GHz band for both antenna and radar cross section measurements The millimeter wave chamber is EMI shielded and is used for antenna testing of small feed antennas and arrays from 4 to 100 GHz The chamber has interior dimensions 9 1 m length by 6 1 m width by 5 5 m height and a range length of 6 7 m between the source antenna and antenna under test The compact range facility is composed of an EMI shielded large anechoic chamber with interior dimensions 20 1 m length by 13 4 m width by 11 6 m height The compact range reflector is a composite structure with a projected aperture of 7 3 m by 7 3 m and a central parabolic section 3 m by 3 m with a blended section to generate a 3 7 m by 3 7 m by 3 7 m test zone The adjacent target handling room antechamber has dimensions 9 1 m length by 13 4 m width by 11 6 m height Large double doors provide a target access opening 9 1 m high by 4 7 m wide The temperature of the anechoic chamber is accurately maintained to ensure a stable environment for maintaining the reflector surface shape and for RCS background subtraction The reflector feed and target support structures are located on a common isolated concrete slab to mitigate vibration effects The System Test Chamber is EMI shielded

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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Field Sites
    Interactions Technology Transfer Professional Society Fellows Guidance for Sponsors Customers Utilizing the Air Force Contract Code of Conduct Conflicts of Interest Small Business Office Visitor Information Directions Laboratory Status Field Sites Lincoln Laboratory performs field work and consulting at a number of sites within the continental United States and the Pacific region Reagan Test Site Kwajalein Atoll Marshall Islands Lincoln Laboratory serves as the scientific advisor to the Reagan Test Site at the U S Army Kwajalein Atoll installation located about 2 500 miles WSW of Hawaii Twenty staff members accompanied by their families work at this site serving two to three year tours of duty The site s radars and optical and telemetry sensors support ballistic missile defense testing and space surveillance The radar systems provide test facilities for radar technology development and for the development of ballistic missile defense techniques The Laboratory also supports upgrades to the command and control infrastructure of the range to include applications of real time discrimination and decision aids developed as a result of research at the Laboratory Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll The Experimental Test Site at White Sands Missile Range The Experimental Test Site is an electro optical test facility located on the grounds of the White Sands Missile Range WSMR in Socorro New Mexico Situated next to the U S Air Force s Ground Based Electro Optical Deep Space Surveillance field site the ETS is operated by the Laboratory for the Air Force The principal mission of the ETS is the development evaluation and transfer of advanced electro optical space surveillance technologies It is a national resource that supports measurements and operational surveillance tasking for programs such as those involving near Earth and deep space objects In addition the sensitive wide field sensors of the ETS can be used

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