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Workshop Sessions:

  • Tuesday, March 1 : RF Technology Workshop
  • Wednesday, March 2 : Laser Technologies & Applications Workshop

RF Technology Workshop: Next Generation Technologies for Highly Digital RF Sensors: March 1st

  • Materials, Devices, and Integration
  • Enabling Technologies
  • Mission Applications for Highly Digital RF Sensors

Laser Technology & Applications: Optical Technologies for Sensing and Beam Control: March 2nd

    • Beam Control
    • Optical Sensors
    • Advanced Technologies

    Schedule:

    • March 1st, 2022: The virtual workshop will begin at 1100 and adjourn at 1630 ,
    • March 2nd, 2022: The virtual workshop will begin at 1100 and adjourn at 1700.

     If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected]

    Attendance Requirements

    March 01:

    • You are a U.S. Person (citizen or permanent resident)
    • You are an employee of a U.S. Government agency or their contractor

    March 02: 

    • You hold an active US security clearance at the Secret or Top Secret level

    Workshop Overview

    The Advanced Technology for National Security (ATNS)  workshop is a forum for architects of future government systems to understand how new technology can have a profound impact on systems critical to national security. The Advanced Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory supports the Department of Defense and the broader national security community by identifying new phenomenology that can be exploited in novel system applications, and by developing the revolutionary advances in subsystem and component technologies that enable new systems. Attending this workshop will benefit government technology developers, industry partners, and system integrators.

    This year’s two-day hybrid event consists of three focused workshops related to national security: RF Technology: Next Generation Technologies for Highly Digital RF Sensors; Laser Technology & Applications: Optical Technologies for Sensing and Beam Control. In each workshop, invited government and industry speakers will join MIT Lincoln Laboratory presenters to discuss system needs and implications for the technology. By sharing new ideas with system architects and technology developers in an interactive workshop, we enable future national security systems and technologies that impact and change the world.