The award honors the immediate and long term impact that Dr. Kaminski has had on the United States precision strike combat advantage. His visionary recommendations focusing on a dramatically changing security landscape in the 1970s, 80s and 90s provided us with the force multiplying technologies that have set us apart over the last two decades; networked precision strike, stealth attack and persistent surveillance capabilities for maneuver forces.
On February 6th, 2015, HRL Laboratories dedicated one of their laboratory spaces to the memory of Dr. Joseph Colburn. His family was invited to receive this honor in his name and they were able to visit the new space, which will now influence and hopefully inspire new generations of scientists.
Congratulations to Bill Carter who has been identified as a “2014 key player,” working on materials whose structures can be precisely tailored so they are strong yet flexible and extremely light.
HRL Laboratories LLC, announced today that it has obtained its 900th patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The landmark patent was issued for the invention titled “Dynamic Damping in a Quartz Oscillator” (8,933,759).
HRL’s scientists have successfully mapped HRL’s neuromorphic video object recognition algorithms developed previously under the DARPA Neovision2 program to a spike-domain neural computational framework under the DARPA SyNAPSE program.
Researchers from HRL Laboratories are among the honorees of Popular Mechanics’ 2012 Breakthrough Awards for their development of ultralight microlattice materials.
In a step toward computers that mimic the parallel processing of complex biological brains, researchers from HRL Laboratories, LLC, and the University of Michigan have built a type of artificial synapse.
Researchers at HRL Laboratories, LLC, announced today they have developed the world’s lightest material with a density of 0.9 mg/cc, approximately one hundred times lighter than Styrofoam™.
HRL Laboratories, LLC, announced today it will continue groundbreaking work developing electronics that simulate the cognitive capabilities of biological intelligence in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics, or SyNAPSE program. Since October 2008, HRL has been leading an industry/academic team of experts in a fundamentally new approach …
Amazing new materials that could spawn an entire generation of lightweight technologies have been generated by HRL Laboratories, LLC in collaboration with the University of Southern California’s Composites Center.