Work for two years at the center of one of the world's most formidable research and innovation ecosystems.
Over two years, Activate Fellows will collaborate with scientists at state-of-the art research facilities and university labs across the Boston ecosystem.
Our anchor partner in Boston, MIT Lincoln Laboratory researches and develops a broad array of advanced technologies that can help keep our nation safe and aid in international humanitarian efforts. Lincoln Lab’s advanced technology division focuses on inventing new materials, devices, and components to enable revolutionary system capabilities by pursuing innovation in a wide set of areas, including imagers, lasers, quantum computing, microsystems, RF technology, and chemical sensors.
Note: While only U.S. citizens are able to work onsite at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, we are building additional partnerships to support otherwise eligible fellows in Boston across all of our Activate Areas.
FACILITIES, RESOURCES AND RESEARCH AREAS
Advanced technology groups focused on: Advanced imaging technology ; advanced materials and microsystems; laser technology and applications ; quantum information and integrated nanosystems ; RF technology
Microelectronics laboratory with expertise and support for a range of research areas including advanced imaging technology; silicon & silicon nitride integrated photonics; and superconducting integrated circuits
8,100 square feet of class-10 and 10,000 square feet of class-100 cleanroom areas in the microelectronics laboratory