Groups of the Homeland Protection R&D Area

Homeland Protection

Developing technology to keep the nation safe

A vital mission of the U.S. government is to secure the nation from the many threats it faces. We support this mission by assessing, prototyping, and deploying innovative technology that helps reduce the nation's vulnerability to terrorism, facilitate recovery from disasters, protect infrastructure, and improve the health of civilians.

The ERSA system uses cameras to track aircraft flying too close to the capital’s no-fly zone.

Homeland Protection Groups

We view molecular-scale phenomena as critical to many future and emerging national security challenges. To address these challenges, our group develops tools that collect, manipulate, and process materials and information derived from the molecular domain.

Advancing Our Research

Events

Nov
13 - 15
MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA

Leadership

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Our Staff

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Career Opportunities

Discover the exciting and challenging opportunities in Homeland Protection.