Engineering at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory relies on multidisciplinary collaboration to achieve breakthroughs in fields vital to national security, notably materials engineering and manufacturing, bioengineering, data analytics, machine learning, sensing, and autonomous systems.
Many of our leading-edge concepts and innovations have been translated by R&D firms into commercial products that improve everyday life in novel and practical ways.
Pulsed power, plasma physics, and other electromagnetic technologies sense, measure, and create extreme environments.
Biology and engineering intersect through nano-scale implantable devices, biocompatible materials, and electro-bio interfaces.
Modeling and simulating complex physical systems, processing unique signals, and applying computational power to autonomous systems.
Developing new materials, designs, and processes for next-generation manufacturing.
Addressing the need for new robust, sustainable, and secure power technologies.
Inventing optical systems for the world's most powerful lasers, ultrafast events, and national security.
We work with industrial, university, and agency partners to transform discoveries into applications for national security and the marketplace. Got ideas? Need labs or expertise?
SPIE honors Richard Leach with senior member designation
August 11, 2020
Research engineer Richard Leach has been elected a senior member of SPIE for notable technical and scientific contributions in optics and photonics.Read article
Our Response to COVID-19
June 25, 2020
From ventilators to facemasks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is fully committed to helping protect the U.S. from COVID-19 and to speed the recovery of those affected.View video
LLNL Researchers and UC Berkeley Collaborators Featured on CBS News Report
March 31, 2019
New role for the Warm-Electron-Beam Ion Trap: NSED technicians Ed Magee, Angelique Mangoba, Harrison Flores-Alimboyoguen, and David Layne, with engineering support from Jeff Klingmann, put WEBIT on wheels and tested and readied it for departure.Read article
Jim Candy Writes New Textbook
Jim Candy has announced the release of a new graduate text, Model-Based Processing: An Applied Subspace Identification Approach, John Wiley & Sons, 2019.Read article
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