Marissa Deegan

Marissa Deegan
  • Position:

    HR Generalist/Administrator
  • Education:
    B.A., Saint Michael's College, 2009
  • Biography

    Marissa joined MERL in 2015. She has experience in various fields as coordinators of customer service and administration departments. Previously, she worked as a Coordinator of Customer Service and Administration in a soccer company for children. Her interests are in human resource management and she is currently pursuing her MBA.

  • News & Events

    •  EVENT   Fourth Annual Celebrating "Women in Science" Luncheon
      Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
      MERL Contacts: Marissa Deegan; Kerry McKeon; Elizabeth Phillips; Jinyun Zhang
      Location: MERL
      Research Area:
      • We hosted the 4th Annual "Women in Science at MERL," event on July 19th. This year we celebrated the contributions of the eleven female interns, three female researchers, and some female members of HQ staff. MERL executives, managers and researchers participated in the event. MERL's interns and researchers were asked probing questions about how they are fulfilled in their work and how they facilitate innovation. This resulted in every participant feeling as though they were moving their field of science forward. Everyone left feeling inspired.
    •  EVENT   MERL 2nd Annual Open House
      Date & Time: Thursday, November 30, 2017; 4-6pm
      MERL Contacts: Marissa Deegan; Elizabeth Phillips; Jeroen van Baar; Anthony Vetro
      Location: 201 Broadway, 8th floor, Cambridge, MA
      • Snacks, demos, science: On Thursday 11/30, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL) will host an open house for graduate+ students interested in internships, post-docs, and research scientist positions. The event will be held from 4-6pm and will feature demos & short presentations in our main areas of research: algorithms, multimedia, electronics, communications, computer vision, speech processing, optimization, machine learning, data analytics, mechatronics, dynamics, control, and robotics. MERL is a high impact publication-oriented research lab with very extensive internship and university collaboration programs. Most internships lead to publication; many of our interns and staff have gone on to notable careers at MERL and in academia. Come mix with our researchers, see our state of the art technologies, and learn about our research opportunities. Dress code: casual, with resumes.

        Pre-registration for the event is strongly encouraged:

        Current internship and employment openings: