Brief reports on the Laboratory's technical capabilities
Explore this publication to learn about the Laboratory's legacy of innovation.
High-school juniors: apply now for our STEM summer program, LLRISE. Student applications are due by March 31.
LLRISE is a free, two-week residential program focusing on radars. The program will be held July 13-26 at MIT campus and Lincoln Laboratory.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have completed physics and pre-calculus by the end of this school year to be eligible.
To find our more about the LLRISE program or to apply, see the LLRISE page.
Officer Collier Memorial Fund
A Laboratory member of the MIT Strong Team is raising donations for the Sean Collier Memorial Fund, honoring the life of the fallen MIT Police Officer. Funds go toward a memorial on campus, a police academy scholarship, and establishing the Collier Medal. Please visit Sarah Lewis' personal fundraising site to make a donation.
The award recognizes Dr. Rothschild's "contributions made to the advancement of lithography through exploration and demonstration of DUV/VUV materials, lasers, and systems."
Articles on intriguing technical innovations
All Versus All Conjunctions
Weaving through a minefield of objects in Earth orbit is getting more difficult.
Nanowire Single-Photon Detector Arrays
Detect a billion photons per second with low noise and high efficiency.
- Printing in a New Dimension: 3D printers bring new potential to MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- Meeting a VAST challenge: MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff create a winning information visualization
- Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration achieves world-record data download speeds from the moon
- Taking Games Seriously: MIT Lincoln Laboratory is exploring games to improve decision making
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory wins two R&D 100 Awards
- Green Computing Is Super: MIT Lincoln Laboratory's new supercomputing facility reduces energy impacts
- Keith Doyle elected a 2014 SPIE Fellow
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory welcomes 2013 Military Fellows
- Laboratory selected for 2013 Dwight D. Eisenhower Award
- Hsiao-hua Burke named 2013 Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- Confronting the Challenges of Graphs and Networks
- Detection Theory for Graphs
- Network Discovery with Multi-intelligence Sources
- Covert Network Detection
- Social Network Analysis with Content and Graphs
- Taming Biological Big Data with D4M
- Novel Graph Processor Architecture
- 3D Exploitation of 2D Imagery