Dan Sievenpiper earned his PhD in 1999 from UCLA, where he invented the high-impedance electromagnetic surface. Dan joined HRL Laboratories later that year, and during the next 11 years, Dan and his team developed new electromagnetic structures with an emphasis on small, conformal, tunable, and steerable antennas.
Penguins count on heat exchange to keep their feet warm. Cars rely on heat exchange to keep their engines cool. Researchers at HRL Laboratories, LLC, have announced that they have developed a miniaturized, high-performance heat exchange method that could be the first breakthrough in creating artificial organs.