Glenn M. Carl

Being part of the FFRDC community allows me to easily team with respected researchers and to diligently support the defense of our nation via engagement in forward-looking, risk-rewarding research across many diverse mission areas such as defense, intelligence, and homeland security.

Glenn Carl

Dr. Glenn M. Carl is a technical staff member in Lincoln Laboratory’s Secure Resilient Systems and Technology Group. Dr. Carl is responsible for researching, developing, and evaluating hybrid information processing architectures, i.e., those composed of classical and quantum computing elements. He finds excitement in the potential of newly discovered quantum advantages to solve "hard" national security problems, i.e., those that are computationally and/or data intensive. His strong experience in software and hardware development allows for detailed modeling and analysis of such architectures, as well as the building and demonstration of operational prototypes.

Dr. Carl received his PhD and BS degrees in electrical engineering from Penn State University in 2008 and 1991, respectively, and an MS degree in electrical engineering from Wilkes University in 1995. Long before joining Lincoln Laboratory, he worked for 10 years as an electrical engineer developing hardware, embedded software, and EDA software for commercial microelectronics and telecommunications companies.