Grad students Kristen Railey and Alexander Feldstein were named to the Aviation Week Network’s “20 Twenties” for 2017.
Lincoln Laboratory’s imaging system can uncover what's under the trees.
Walter Morrow, pioneering electrical engineer and former MIT Lincoln Laboratory director, dies at 88
A leader in the development of advanced satellite communication systems, Morrow led Lincoln Laboratory for 21 years.
Professor James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson SM '84, and collaborators lauded for optical coherence tomography.
Infrared digital-pixel focal plane arrays are deemed a groundbreaking technology.
New Dell EMC petaflop-scale supercomputer has 6 times more processing power and 20 times more bandwidth than its predecessor.
Innovations in air traffic safety, biomedical devices, and magnetic field detection earn accolades.
Former School of Engineering and Lincoln Laboratory computing pioneer among 21 recipients of the nation’s highest civilian honor.
Prize winners include faculty, students, and alumni from all divisions.