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MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory has pioneered in advanced electronics since its origin in 1951 as a Federally Funded Research and Development Center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Laboratory's fundamental mission is to apply science and advanced technology to critical problems of national security. The scope of the problems has broadened from the initial emphasis on air defense to include communications, space surveillance, missile defense, tactical surveillance systems, air traffic control as well as air defense. Throughout its history, the Laboratory has had an extensive program in advanced electronics technology which has led to major advances across the breadth of its programs. MIT Lincoln Laboratory has maintained a consistent approach to problem solving. The approach emphasizes following a project from the concept stage, through simulation and analysis, to the development of hardware and the ultimate demonstration of an integrated system. The Laboratory's environment of dedicated people, in well-equipped state-of-the-art facilities, motivates excellence and innovation. Programs involving new graduates and experienced professionals provide opportunities to work with experimental systems in the field, as well as to conduct laboratory investigations and theoretical studies, from fundamental component development to complex system design.

  • Company Industry:Defense
  • Company Type:Non-Profit Organization
  • Number of Employees:501-5000
  • Stock Exchange:N/A
  • Stock Symbol:N/A
  • Line of Business:

    Research and development of advanced technology solutions for DOD, FAA, Homeland Security, and othjer government agencies

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