Eric Evans to step down as director of MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Eric Evans will step down as head of MIT Lincoln Lab on July 1, 2024, following 18 years driving a lab that has served the country through its innovation innovative work beginning around 1951.

Evans will progress into the job of individual in the chief’s office at Lincoln Research center. Additionally, he will hold the position of senior fellow in the Security Studies Program on the MIT campus. He will help Lincoln Laboratory and the MIT campus grow their collaborative research and development, including in climate change-related fields and the Security Studies Program’s investigation of advanced technology applications.

The progress will stamp the finish of an effective residency in which Evans drove the research facility to adjust and reinforce during a period of huge change for public safety needs. He has likewise filled in as a critical counselor on innovation technique to senior government pioneers.