Ryan gives a brief tour of HRL Laboratories and invites potential team members to apply. We’re hiring!
HRL Laboratories give out The HRL Awards every year to honor employees who have excelled in their positions in science, technology, engineering, administration and support. The opportunity to win an award is just one of the reasons people love working at HRL. In this video they talk about more!
Meet our DEI Specialist, Tess, who talks about a few of the highlights HRL Laboratories has to offer.
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.
HRL Laboratories, LLC, has announced the launch of its first podcast, HRL’s History of the Future, which will focus on the famed Hughes Research facility’s past and HRL’s present advancements in science and technology.
Bill was kind enough to make time for us today to talk about the history of HRL Laboratories.
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.
Researchers from HRL Laboratories are among the honorees of Popular Mechanics’ 2012 Breakthrough Awards for their development of ultralight microlattice materials.