Company Overview of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, LLC
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, LLC operates a multi-program national security laboratory that develops science and technology solutions for counterterrorism and nonproliferation, defense and intelligence, basic science, biosecurity, weapons, and energy and environmental security applications in the United States. It provides research programs in the areas of computation, engineering, physics and life sciences, global security, lasers, user facilities, internally funded research, research ethics, and weapons. The company was founded in 1952 and is based in Livermore, California.
7000 East Avenue
Livermore, CA 94550-9234
Founded in 1952
Key Executives for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, LLC
Deputy Director of Media & Communications and Acting Director of Public Affairs
Principal Associate Director of Global Security
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, LLC Key Developments
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Appoints Lara Leininger as Director of Energetic Materials Center
May 1 15
Lara Leininger has been selected to lead Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) Energetic Materials Center. Leininger will provide leadership, guidance and facilitate the execution of LLNL programs involving the Energetic Materials (EM) Enterprise. The EM Enterprise is the set of projects, programs, facilities and personnel involved in energetic material research and development at LLNL. Leininger began her career in 1997 at LLNL, and has held various positions including engineer in the Defense Systems Analysis Group and Thermal Fluids Group, deputy group leader of the Computational Geosciences Group, program manager and group leader within the Security Applications Program Element, and is serving as program manager and group leader of the Energetic Materials Group.
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Announces Executive Changes
Mar 16 15
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory announced that Patricia Falcone, has been selected as the lab's new Science and Technology deputy director. She begins April 7. During her tenure at the White House, Falcone worked with President Barack Obama's senior adviser on science and technology, John Holdren, on national security science and technology issues. She replaces Greg Suski, who held the position on an interim basis after former Science and Technology deputy director Bill Goldstein was named lab director last May.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Receives $5.6 Million to Develop Next Generation Neural Devices
Jun 11 14
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory received $5.6 million from the Department of Defense's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop an implantable neural interface with the ability to record and stimulate neurons within the brain for treating neuropsychiatric disorders. The technology will help doctors to better understand and treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic pain and other conditions. Several years ago, researchers at Lawrence Livermore in conjunction with Second Sight Medical Products developed the world's first neural interface (an artificial retina) that was successfully implanted into blind patients to help partially restore their vision. The new neural device is based on similar technology used to create the artificial retina. The project is part of DARPA's SUBNETS (Systems-Based Neurotechnology for Emerging Therapies) program.
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