HRL Laboratories Aims at Unprecedented High-Frequency Performance in Gallium Nitride MMICs Based on Traditional Silicon Semiconductor Fabrication Techniques. HRL Laboratories, LLC, is developing Efficient GaN Integrated G-band Monolithic Arrays (ENIGMA), a project funded by DARPA.
HRL Laboratories (formerly Hughes Research Laboratories) is a research center in Malibu, California, established in 1960. Formerly the research arm of Hughes Aircraft , it is currently owned by General Motors Corporation and Boeing .
INNOVATION WITH PURPOSE. For more than 70 years, HRL's scientists and engineers have been on the leading edge of technology, conducting pioneering research, providing real-world technology solutions, and advancing the state of the art. We continue to be recognized as one of the world's premier physical science and engineering research laboratories.
CURRENT OPENINGS. If you are interested in a career at HRL, you may submit your resume online by following the appropriate job below. Due to the large number of resumes that we receive from various sources, HRL has chosen to only accept employment inquiries submitted through our web-site.
HRL’s Sensors and Electronics Laboratory (SEL) develops state-of-the-art radio-frequency (RF), millimeter-wave, and electro-optical sensor subsystems and components for rapid end-use in the field. Core Competencies. Advanced Apertures.
GREAT CAREERS, AMAZING COLLEAGUES. We're looking for the best and brightest scientists and engineers to help us develop the most innovative technologies for aerospace, automotive and defense applications. You'll have the opportunity to conduct basic and applied research as well as contribute to product development.
HRL Laboratories is a world leader in developing solid-state technology for quantum computing and networking. We are advancing a variety of technologies including silicon quantum-dot qubits, silicon carbide photonics, superconducting nanowire single photon detectors, chip-scale atom-optics components, and microwave-dot hybrid systems. These ...