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MIT Lincoln Laboratory modernization plan for advanced technology research and prototyping

Two replacement buildings are just the start to keep Lincoln Laboratory at the forefront of electronics research and advanced prototyping, addressing the most critical needs for facility modernization, and enabling next-gen technological innovations. Kriss Pettersen and Christine Carlino set out key findings from a facility/program gap analysis that started the campus modernization plan, and the outcomes of decisions on consolidated engineering spaces, clean rooms, and high-bay prototyping spaces for everything from semiconductors and microsystem to large program integration. They preview longer-term modernization plans anticipating over 2 million square feet of new space over the next 30 years.

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Monday, April 8 9:55AM - 10:20AM
Pacific Ballroom
CEU Type Units
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
0.50 Units
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
0.50 Units