MIT's Lincoln Laboratory, in Lexington, MA, is operated as a federally funded center for research and development of advanced technologies in support of national defense.
Lincoln Laboratory's activities focus on design and development of complex systems, usually incorporating new technologies, devices, and components. The Laboratory's mission areas are communication systems; space control; air and missile defense technology; intelligence/surveillance/reconnaissance systems and technology; advanced electronics technology; tactical systems; homeland protection; cyber security; and air traffic control.
Opportunities for research are available to MIT faculty members and qualified students. Inquiries may be directed to Bernadette Johnson, chief technology officer, LIN S3-132, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, 244 Wood Street, Lexington, MA 02420, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Laboratory also offers student employment opportunities, which may be viewed on its website.