Evans has likewise been a part and bad habit seat and is presently seat of the Guard Science Board (DSB). The DSB explores science and innovation needs for the U.S. Branch of Protection and endeavors to tackle profoundly unstructured issues and foster new open doors for the safeguard of the country.
“Eric’s leadership at Lincoln Laboratory has demonstrated what an ambitious R&D laboratory and a major institute can accomplish together over the course of his two decades of service: groundbreaking enhancements to the frameworks that keep the world safe, and an enduring effect on the act of development itself,” says Maria Zuber, MIT’s VP for research.
Eric has been a trusted advisor on science and technology strategy and has been ahead of the curve in recognizing the global implications of emerging technology areas. The way of life of greatness, coordinated effort, and innovativeness that Eric has supported at Lincoln Lab guarantees its prosperity well into what’s to come. I’m appreciative for his administration and thankful that he will stay at MIT in his new jobs.”
Zuber declared Evans’ choice in a letter to workforce and staff today. She will designate a pursuit panel to inform on the choice with respect to the research center’s next chief.