Grant H. Stokes

TITLE: Division Head, Space Systems and Technology
EMAIL: [email protected]

Grant H. Stokes
Grant H. Stokes

Dr. Grant H. Stokes is the Head of the Space Systems and Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He is responsible for the Laboratory's programs in space control and electro-optical systems and technology. He supervised the demonstration and transition of the first space-based space surveillance system to Air Force operations and has initiated programs to develop next-generation technology for establishing space situational awareness.

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D. Marshall Brenizer

TITLE: Assistant Division Head, Space Systems and Technology
EMAIL: [email protected]

D. Marshall Brenizer
D. Marshall Brenizer

D. Marshall Brenizer is an Assistant Head of the Space Systems and Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Mr. Brenizer joined Lincoln Laboratory in 2002 as a technical staff member in the Space Control Systems Group, where he helped develop technologies and techniques for space control and space surveillance missions, as well as for terrestrial applications.

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Lawrence M. Candell

TITLE: Assistant Division Head, Space Systems and Technology
EMAIL: [email protected]

Lawrence M. Candell
Lawrence M. Candell

Lawrence M. Candell is an Assistant Head of the Space Systems and Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He specializes in signal processing, electro-optical systems, and optical communications. Mr. Candell started at Lincoln Laboratory in 1986 as an MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department VI-A Program intern. In 1989, he joined the Laboratory full time in the Countermeasures Technology Group, designing jammers, specialized "set-on" receiver systems, and high-performance RF direction-of-arrival systems.

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Craig E. Perini

TITLE: Assistant Division Head, Space Systems and Technology
EMAIL: [email protected]

Craig E. Perini
Craig E. Perini

Craig E. Perini is an Assistant Head of the Space Systems and Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Mr. Perini started at Lincoln Laboratory in 1985 as a member of the Aerospace Engineering Group. His early work included complex fluid dynamics computations, reentry ablation simulations, plume flow field analyses, and impulse response predictions for surface blow-off forces from nuclear events in support of the Air Force's Reentry System program.

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