Brief reports on the Laboratory's technical capabilities
Lincoln Laboratory is committed to giving back to the community through fundraising and service events. Several Laboratory teams participated in annual charity walks this fall.
Heart Walk - The MIT Lincoln Laboratory Heart Walk Team walked in the Boston Heart Walk on September 7 to support the American Heart Association in raising awareness of cardiovascular disease. The team raised $4,117.
Harbor to the Bay Bike Ride - For the first time, Team Lincoln participated in the Harbor to the Bay Bike Ride, a one-day bike ride from Boston to Provincetown, on September 21. This team raised $2,437.
Walk to End Alzheimer's - The Lincoln Laboratory Alzheimer’s Team joined the Walk on September 29. The 52-member team raised $30,924, surpassing their goal of $25,000 this year, and ranking them as the #1 team in the region.
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.
Runway Status Lights
Protecting aircraft when they are most vulnerable—during takeoff and landing.
Explore this publication to learn about the Laboratory's legacy of innovation.
- 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
- MIT students develop novel energy source for undersea systems
- Green Computing Is Super: MIT Lincoln Laboratory's new supercomputing facility reduces energy impacts
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory welcomes 2013 Military Fellows
- Laboratory selected for 2013 Dwight D. Eisenhower Award
- Lincoln Laboratory earns seventh consecutive Superior security rating
- Hsiao-hua Burke named 2013 Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- Paul Juodawlkis elevated to Fellow of the Optical Society
- 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