Advanced Technology and Innovation

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The result of constantly questioning and problem solving? A shared purpose that puts Northrop Grumman on the forefront of innovation and advanced technology development, everywhere from below the waves to above the atmosphere. […]

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NG Next – Team

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. […]

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NG Next Basic Research

At NG Next Basic Research, our mission is to deliver transformative capabilities at the frontiers of emerging technology. Drawing inspiration from hard problems in aeronautics and space, we perform collaborative research and development to fundamentally change what’s possible. Transforming future aerospace capabilities through scientific discovery and advancement. Nanomaterials: Discovers nanoscale principles and phenomena utilizing chemistry […]

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NG Next – Research

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 […]

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NG Next – Publications

Home | Publications | Research | Team | Contact | Careers Fully 3D Printed RF StructureERFM 2019 PQE () 10-Jan-2019 V. Radisic and J. Tice Polarization-independent, narrowband, near-IR spectral filters via guided mode resonances in ultrathin a-Si nanopillar arraysNP ACS Photonics () 7-Jan-2019 Ryan Ng, Juan Garcia, Julia Greer High spectral resolution plasmonic color filters […]

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