We would like to thank all who participated in this year’s Advanced Research and Technology Symposium.

If you missed the event you can view a brief overview from our CTO or stay tuned as the presentations will be posted to MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s YouTube channel in the near future.


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Data-starved artificial intelligence
Smart super vehicles
The future of advanced (secure) computing
Revolutions in biotechnology
Materials integration: from nanoscale to waferscale



MIT Tang Center
Wong Auditorium
(Building E51)
70 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02144


The Tang Center is located in Building E 51 on the MIT campus. This interactive map is a great way to get around MIT and will take you directly to Building E 51. The Tang Center is a short walk from the Kendall/MIT stop on the Red Line of the MBTA. On weekdays, there is no public parking available on the MIT campus. Visitors may find information on off-street parking in the local area here.



Attendees in need of overnight accommodations, please visit the MIT campus Where to stay webpage. All individuals are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. Guests are individually responsible for all room, tax, and incidental charges, in addition to room deposits and guarantees for late arrival, as appropriate.



Mr. Robert Bond
Dr. Deborah Campbell
Dr. Peter Schulz


Ms. Joan Meehan-Dion
Office: 781-981-4842