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Government, industry, and academic leaders recently gathered at Northrop Grumman’s Space Park campus to discuss their role in a landmark effort to expand research, development, and production of essential advanced microelectronics technologies in the United States.
Northrop Grumman’s multifunction, interoperable sensors and electronic warfare solutions create full spectrum superiority and allow warfighters to make faster, more informed decisions across all domains.
The microelectronics foundry at Northrop Grumman's our Space Park site in Redondo Beach, California, is unique: it’s focused exclusively on developing microchips that can withstand the harsh conditions of outer space.
The μ-Line (micro-line) is a wafer post-processing and test facility tailored for defense microelectronics applications.
Northrop Grumman Microelectronics Products and Services is a leader in the design and manufacture of III-V compound semiconductors for cellular, broadband and satellite wireless systems, as well as aerospace, defense and scientific applications.
Microelectronics and semiconductors— the tiny components such as transistors, amplifiers, regulators, sensors and switches that make everything from cars to phones to coffee makers and key fobs run.
Northrop Grumman’s business ventures provide strategic products and services, and focused development in key technology areas.
The Advanced Technology Lab designs and fabricates microelectronics that are critical components of the most advanced ground, air, sea and space systems in the world.
For Northrop Grumman's Advanced Technology Laboratories near Baltimore, repurposing wastewater as an ultra-pure resource takes aquatic agility.
A meaningful upgrade to the component responsible for guiding and shaping the radio signal, called a radio frequency switch, has lagged for decades. Until now.
Northrop Grumman offers trusted microelectronics solutions and hardware to help shape a better, safer world.
Home | Publications | Research | Team | Contact | Careers Engineered RF MaterialsERFM The Engineered RF Materials (ERFM) group explores and expands design of new engineered materials with unique electromagnetic properties, including those not found in nature. The ability to create materials with properties such as negative electric permittivity and negative magnetic [...]Read More...
Home | Publications | Research | Team | Contact | Careers Basic Research Scientists Dr. Michael Barako Staff Scientist Nanomaterials Dr. Don DiMarzio Principal Scientist Nanomaterials Dr. Kate Fountaine Staff Scientist Nanophotonics & Plasmonics Dr. Vincent Gambin Principal Scientist and Group Lead New Semiconductors & Devices Dr. Juan Garcia Principal Scientist Nanophotonics & Plasmonics Dr. [...]Read More...