At Raytheon BBN Technologies, the work we do leads to significant advances in diverse technology disciplines.
For this we have won the loyalty of our customers, a reputation for delivering advanced solutions that work, and recognition and awards from technical and professional organizations.
Principal Engineer Ray Tomlinson Inducted into Internet Hall of Fame
Ray Tomlinson was among the first inductees into the Internet Hall of Fame for his invention of email. Tomlinson made the historic choice to separate the name of his message’s recipient from the name of the host computer using the @ symbol, now one of the most universally recognized digital icons on the planet.
Raytheon BBN Technologies earns National Training and Simulation Association award
The NTSA Team Award for Outstanding Achievement in Modeling and Simulation for Training recognizes Raytheon BBN’s interdisciplinary leadership of the development and deployment of the VESSEL Damage Control Trainer and the development and release of the open-source Visual Tool for Authoring Learning (VITAL).
Chief Scientist Jim Barger Elected to NAE
Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer and honors those who have made outstanding contributions to engineering research, practice, or education. Dr. Barger’s NAE citation reads, “For applications of acoustic technology and engineering solutions for the benefit of national security and society.”
Serious Games Showcase & Challenge
Raytheon BBN's VESSEL Damage Control Trainer is recognized at the Annual Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference as the best entry in its category.
Boston Globe Best Places to Work Raytheon BBN again recognized as one of the most progressive companies in Massachusetts.
Prince of Asturias Laureate
Raytheon BBN Principal Scientist Ray Tomlinson honored for his invention of email.
IEEE James L. Flanagan Speech & Audio Processing Award
Raytheon BBN Chief Scientist John Makhoul earns IEEE's highest honor for speech.