Senator Elizabeth Warren visits MIT Lincoln Laboratory

On 20 March, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) visited MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She met with Director Eric Evans and members of the Laboratory's leadership, was briefed on innovative technology developments, and spoke to the Laboratory community about congressional support for research.

Senator Elizabeth Warren and members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives visited Lincoln Laboratory on 20 March. Seen here are, left to right, Eric Evans, Director of Lincoln Laboratory; Rep. Cory Atkins (D-Concord); Sen. Warren; Farzana Khatri, a technical staff member who briefed the guests on the Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration; Melissa Choi, head of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division, who briefed on the Laboratory’s 3D ladar imaging technology; Maria Zuber, MIT Vice President for Research; Rep. Thomas Stanley (D-Waltham); and Rep. Kenneth Gordon (D-Bedford).

Senator Elizabeth Warren and members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives visited Lincoln Laboratory on 20 March. Seen here are, left to right, Eric Evans, Director of Lincoln Laboratory; Rep. Cory Atkins (D-Concord); Sen. Warren; Farzana Khatri, a technical staff member who briefed the guests on the Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration; Melissa Choi, head of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division, who briefed on the Laboratory's 3D ladar imaging technology; Maria Zuber, MIT Vice President for Research; Rep. Thomas Stanley (D-Waltham); and Rep. Kenneth Gordon (D-Bedford).

 

Posted March 2015

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