HRL has received an award from DARPA to develop and demonstrate high-efficiency MMICs for RF bands in the 50 to 110-GHz frequency range.
HRL has received an award from the NGA through a competitive bid under their BIG program to research artificial intelligence capabilities, specifically the SLICK-AVA project.
HRL Laboratories, LLC has been awarded $654,965 by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence under Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) to study security of stored biometric data.
HRL Laboratories, LLC, was represented at the 3rd Annual Brain Initiative Investigators meeting by Dr. Praveen Pilly, who presented Improving Memory Performance by Augmenting Consolidation with Transcranial Stimulation in the plenary session on “Applications of BRAIN Technologies”.
HRL Laboratories, LLC has received an award from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) under its Diverse Accessible Heterogeneous Integration (DAHI) program to develop a novel multichip integration technology using HRL’s Metal Embedded Chip Assembly (MECA) process.
HRL researchers originally made headlines with a famous image of a metal microlattice structure resting atop an unaffected dandelion. Now the material has been vetted and confirmed by the Guinness book as having no peer among metals when it comes to weight.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded HRL Laboratories, LLC, $ 1.5 million to develop an ultra-low power oven controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) for use as a frequency reference for new high-performance, low-power atomic clocks.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded HRL Laboratories, LLC, funding to research novel ways to synthesize semiconductors for sensing in the infrared spectrum, and methodologies to cost effectively integrate the infrared materials with silicon read-out integrated circuits (ROIC).
An HRL Laboratories, LLC, research team has published a paper in the March issue of MRS Bulletin, a journal of the Materials Research Society, that sits squarely at the intersection of materials science and quantum computing. The paper, “Metamorphic Materials for Quantum Computing,” explores the demands that silicon-germanium (SiGe) quantum dot heterostructures impose on the underlying substrate, the ways in which the metamorphic substrate’s properties impact device performance, and how performance limitations may be overcome.