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The Georgia Tech Research Institute Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) lab is currently seeking highly motivated student assistants to start during the 2018 summer or fall semesters.
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a seasoned HW/FPGA digital design engineer with interest in leading a branch focused on the development of novel cutting-edge hardware designs and performing digital hardware analysis to support microelectronics security research. The TMPO Hardware Branch Head will work with branch engineers and program personnel as part of a cohesive team to develop secure FPGA hardware designs, conduct and support complex system experimentation, and analyze the security of FPGA designs for a variety of customers. Branch Head candidates should have a strong understanding of embedded systems, hardware design, digital logic design, and various hardware architectures, and a strong history of experience in the design, prototyping, building, and testing of digital systems, from initial requirements through implementation, verification, testing, and deployment.
Atlanta, GA
The Advanced Concepts Laboratory – IT Division is looking for an enthusiastic, highly motivated co-op student for Fall 2018. Co-ops will start out running the IT helpdesk.
Atlanta, GA
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is seeking someone to provide professional level support to a research laboratory within the Institute in achieving quality assurance objectives and quality standard implementation.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is looking for a Systems Engineer to support research projects in Huntsville, Alabama. Research projects include the development of technologies for missile defense including: radar development, algorithms, software, sensors, C2BMC and systems-of-systems analysis. The Systems Engineer will work closely with local Government sponsors and research engineers at GTRI headquarters in Atlanta, GA to complete projects and identify new areas of research.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) is currently seeking students to join our Sensor Systems Engineering Division. Students will assist Research Engineers in various hardware engineering tasks. Students should be interested in learning about RF, Electromagnetics, Analog and Digital design, and testing.
Smyrna, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute has opportunities for research engineers within the Sensor and Systems Engineering Division (SSED). SSED projects focus on developing hardware for a wide range of Department of Defense applications.
Smyrna, GA
This position will serve as an Administrative Office Assistant for the Aerospace, Transportation, & Advance Systems Lab (ATAS). Job duties may include assisting with administrative functions of an office.
Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a hardware/FPGA researcher and/or digital design engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge hardware designs and performing digital hardware analysis to support microelectronics security research.
Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a junior computer scientist or engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools to support microelectronics security research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them.  TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, leveraging custom and formal methods.
This job is for a full time research faculty position in the Sensor Intelligence and Visualization Division within the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). This is a "Dev-Ops" position; performing research/development while being responsible for modifying the HPC operational environment. Responsibilities include the utilization of High Performance Computing (HPC) assets to conduct modeling, simulation and analysis of EW Systems as well as developing innovative solutions for EO/IR algorithms to support Electronic Warfare (EW) research.
Washington, DC
This is a full time opportunity with GTRI’s Research Security Department in the Arlington Field Office. The position is for an experienced Information Assurance Manager who has interest in intellectually challenging and rewarding work. We value bright, intellectually curious, growth oriented professionals and provide a work environment that allows work / life balance and opportunity for growth.
Develop, document, and implement organizational standard configuration management and quality assurance (CM/QA) processes and procedures. Evaluate, select, and deploy industry standard CM/QA software tool(s) as required. Coordinate with project directors to evaluate project-level CM/QA processes and assist to make improvements as required. Provide input to proposal teams to plan for CM/QA in future programs.
San Diego, CA
The Splunk Engineer is involved in the design and implementation of a multi-tiered Splunk environment. The candidate must be well versed in Splunk technology and be a seasoned Splunk administrator with knowledge of distributed search, index clustering and search head clustering. The candidate must be able to develop content within Splunk. The engineer will also gather use cases from the customer and configure and tune their deployment to match customer requirements. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication, presentation and writing skills. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of being a problem solver and team player who is capable of working in a technically challenging environment.
Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech Research Institutes’ (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a senior computer scientist or engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools and design methods to support microelectronics security research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them.  TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, leveraging custom and formal methods. Senior Researchers in this posting will be responsible for the research and development of software infrastructure to support and enable exploration and implementation of security and trust mechanisms within microelectronic systems.
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a hardware/FPGA researcher and/or digital design engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge hardware designs and performing digital hardware analysis to support microelectronics security research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them.  TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, and other devices, to include novel hardware-oriented security and trust protections. Researchers in this posting will be responsible for all aspects of FPGA hardware development to include simulation, testing, and troubleshooting of designs, including bench testing and debugging hardware using test equipment.
The Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking qualified technical personnel to develop and test radar data processing algorithms for air and missile defense applications.  Candidates should also be able to evaluate and assess radar data processing and multi-sensor fusion algorithms.
Smyrna, GA
The Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking technical personnel interested in developing and testing radar data processing algorithms for air and missile defense applications.
Smyrna, GA
The Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking technical personnel to support development, integration and testing of radar data processing algorithms. The Software Engineer will work on event-based message translation from content style messages to bit level message translation and removing an existing medium fidelity model from a MATLAB based simulation into a stand-alone MEX file model that will interface with C++ messages.
This job is for a full time research faculty position in the Methods and Analysis Development Branch (MADB), part of the Systems Engineering Research Division (SERD).

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