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The Electromagnetics Division (EMD) of the Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking an entry to mid-level researcher having interest and experience working with electromagnetics to join our team.
GTRI/CIPHER seeks a highly motivated individual to support assessment of software and/or firmware of embedded communications systems. The candidate will perform analysis of software/firmware from embedded and PC-based systems for identification of system technical capabilities and potential vulnerabilities. Technical disciplines that may be required in these efforts include static and dynamic analysis of software/firmware components of communication systems, development of software analysis tools to assist in the reverse engineering process, and utilization of virtual and emulation environments for executing software under test.
GTRI/CIPHER seeks a highly motivated individual to support reverse engineering and analysis of RF communications systems, waveforms, and protocols. The candidate will be required to use Software Defined Radios to acquire and analyze RF communications signals. Most analysis is performed at the physical, data link, and network layers.
GTRI/CIPHER seeks a highly motivated individual to support assessment of domestic and foreign RF communications technology, systems and components. The candidate will be required to reverse engineer RF communications devices at the system level and the circuit board level to produce functional block diagrams, and to perform tests to characterize RF performance such as sensitivity, spurious response, bit error rate testing, transmit power level, and frequency hop transmitter characteristics in addition to many others.
Atlanta, GA
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking a Computer Resources Manager in the ELSYS Director's Office. ELSYS Computer Resources delivers research support and solutions in nearly every aspect of Information Technology (IT) to over 460 ELSYS employees.
Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory is currently seeking a skilled Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) engineer with experience in security and networking.
Atlanta, GA
This is a position of high trust by both GTRI and the US National Security community. The Signals and Systems Division (SASD) develops and delivers physics-based models and performs complex math/physics based analysis of highly sensitive electronic warfare and sensor capabilities.
Atlanta, GA
Researchers in this posting will be responsible for aspects of microelectronics hardware research or development, such as simulation, testing, and troubleshooting of designs, including bench testing and debugging hardware using test equipment. Researchers will have the opportunity to develop FPGA code to control hardware in real time and support complex experimentation. Researchers in this position will also be given the opportunity to perform low (gate and RTL) level analysis of hardware designs in order to identify and characterize security concerns and design and implement mechanisms to enhance the security of hardware designs.
Researchers in this posting will be responsible for aspects of microelectronics hardware research or development, such as simulation, testing, and troubleshooting of designs, including bench testing and debugging hardware using test equipment. Researchers will have the opportunity to develop FPGA code to control hardware in real time and support complex experimentation. Researchers in this position will also be given the opportunity to perform low (gate and RTL) level analysis of hardware designs in order to identify and characterize security concerns and design and implement mechanisms to enhance the security of hardware designs.
Atlanta, GA
Researchers in this position 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. Potential research opportunities include enhancing reconfigurable computing device design via custom software to support analysis, design, testing, and emulation of microelectronics (e.g., FPGAs); leveraging and extending conventional EDA/CAD tools to provide security enhancements to designs; developing custom EDA/CAD tools and exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; and researching and implementing novel HW/SW co-designs for root-of-trust systems.
Atlanta, GA
Researchers in this position 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. Potential research opportunities include enhancing reconfigurable computing device design via custom software to support analysis, design, testing, and emulation of microelectronics (e.g., FPGAs); leveraging and extending conventional EDA/CAD tools to provide security enhancements to designs; developing custom EDA/CAD tools and exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; researching and implementing novel HW/SW co-designs for root-of-trust systems.
The Information Technology Division of the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory is seeking co-op students to work with the Business Operations Branch.
The Information Technology Division of the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory is seeking co-op students to work with the Business Operations Branch during summer 2019.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks an experienced researcher with interest in serving as the Associate Chief for a research group focused on the development of novel, cutting-edge capabilities in the area of microelectronics security and trust.
GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab is looking for student assistants to start spring 2019. Student Assistants will work closely with researchers to produce high quality automated systems.
he High Performance Computing and Data Analytics Branch at GTRI's Information and Communications Lab (ICL) is looking for qualified students to start spring 2019 who are interested in applying their Computer Science and Engineering skills to solve applied research problems.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) IT team is currently seeking highly motivated co-op students for the upcoming Spring 2019 semester.
The Information and Communications Lab (ICL) Communications Systems and Spectrum Division (CSSD) is seeking co-op students to research and develop next-generation wireless systems and communications techniques.
The Information and Communications Lab (ICL) Communications Systems and Spectrum Division (CSSD) is seeking co-op students to research and develop next-generation wireless systems and communications techniques.
The Information and Communications Lab (ICL) Communications Systems and Spectrum Division (CSSD) is seeking co-op students to research and develop next-generation wireless systems and communications techniques.

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