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Atlanta, GA
This Software Engineer will design, develop, and test software; additionally, this position will manage software development teams, provides technical leadership, and establishes software development lifecycle practices and processes.
Atlanta, GA
The Expeditionary C2 branch in the Command and Control Mission Assurance Division conducts research on expeditionary command and control systems for the U.S. Department of Defense. Branch members help the DoD mature standards and accelerate adoption through rapid design and demonstration of C2 hardware and software prototypes. The branch also provides thought leadership in the development and assessment of C2 systems across GTRI and DoD. The associate branch head is responsible for assisting with the branch’s team members, project execution, branch technical knowledge and capabilities, and adherence to GTRI policies. The associate branch head is also responsible to have individual contributions to the research area of C2 systems and prototype implementation. The ideal candidate is technically sound in both current and planned C2 technology, as well as managing large complex programs. This position will perform two primary roles: 1) as a Senior Level Program Manager leading multiple sponsored research projects and 2) as the associate head of the Expeditionary C2 Branch performing administrative activities including hiring, performance appraisals and overall sponsored project success.
Atlanta, GA
The Software Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division will design, develop and integrate robust software applications across a diverse set of research programs.
The successful candidate will initially be assigned to work in ICL/TISAD on the Medicaid Enterprise System Transformation project.
The Quantum Systems Division (QSD) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QSD employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. We are looking for self-motivated mechanical engineers to support a range of projects in the division. Our current research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects across at GTRI beyond QSD involving research in topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics. Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting and in collaboration with government, academic, and industry partners.
The Quantum Systems Division (QSD) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QSD employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. We are looking for self-motivated electrical engineers to support a range of projects in the division. Our current research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects across at GTRI beyond QSD involving research in topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics. Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting and in collaboration with government, academic, and industry partners.
The Quantum Systems Division (QSD) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QSD employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. We are looking for self-motivated optical engineers to support a range of projects in the division. Our current research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects across at GTRI beyond QSD involving research in topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics. Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting and in collaboration with government, academic, and industry partners.
The Quantum Systems Division (QSD) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QSD employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. We are looking for self-motivated software engineers to support a range of projects in the division. Our current research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects across at GTRI beyond QSD involving research in topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics. Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting and in collaboration with government, academic, and industry partners.
The Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Engineer supports the design, development, and implementation of a wide variety of functionality and algorithms in programmable hardware using the latest high-speed/high-density FPGAs and System-on-Chips (SoC).
Smyrna, GA
The GTRI Robotics and Autonomous Systems Division is looking for Scientists and Engineers specializing in robotic algorithms and dynamical systems control.
The Software Assurance Branch of the Georgia Institute of Technology Research Institute seeks a computer scientist or engineer with an interest in secure software development, software reverse engineering, software vulnerability assessment, and software exploitation. The ideal candidate will show a well-rounded interest in computing research in general, with a specific interest in the aforementioned focus areas. The candidate will work with a technically savvy team of software experts to perform intelligent software analysis (including vulnerability research), reverse engineering (including malware analysis), and research and development on secure cyber systems. The candidate will also work with other units within the Georgia Institute of Technology community to perform interdisciplinary research in secure computing. The ideal candidate will have an interest in growing his or her professional career by establishing a line of secure computing research to grow out of his or her work with the Software Assurance team.
Atlanta, GA
The Systems Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division will design, develop, and execute systems engineering solutions for electronic warfare, radar, and other complex military systems.
Candidate will support and provide technical leadership based on their expertise and experience. Typical projects involve the reverse engineering and vulnerability discovery of physical systems.
Candidate will support and provide technical leadership based on their expertise and experience. Candidate is expected to lead one or more projects, providing technical direction, tasking, presentations and reports. Direct interaction with the sponsor is expected. Typical projects involve the reverse engineering and vulnerability discovery of physical systems.
Atlanta, GA
Contract Managers oversee a portfolio of research projects and associated external sponsors. Supports all aspects of multiple Task Order level contract vehicles, and supports GTRI PDs in coordinating contracting issues with Research Administration (OSP). Helps keep internal stakeholders informed regarding programmatic issues. They are responsible for coordinating contract or contract vehicle issues with external sponsors and OSP, including the development of future contracts and contract vehicles through interactions with external sponsors. Assist PI's funded on their contract vehicles in monitoring and controlling the work of producing the products, services or results that the project was undertaken to produce.
This position designs, develops and tests electronic circuits fabricated to support a wide range of programs. It utilizes electrical circuit design and analysis tools to layout and model circuit performance.  It guides assembly, test and integration of electronic circuits.  It tests, analyzes and diagnoses malfunctions in existing hardware.
Atlanta, GA
The purpose of this job is to lead the technical design and support of our end-user computing environment.
Responsible for the development and support of state-of-the-art algorithms involving to data fusion, sensor fusion, machine learning, manned/unmanned avionics improvement programs, and genetic programming.
We are looking for a lab assistant to support various research efforts including (a) nanoparticle preparation and characterization for wastewater treatment and phosphorus recycling; (b) Disinfection method development and evaluation; (c) sensor development for chemical and biological detections. (d) Characterization of wastewater from various poultry production sources. Your duties will include preparing solutions based on stoichiometric calculation, synthesis of functionalized magnetic nanoparticles, purification of the resultant magnetic nanoparticles, a characterization of the composition and the properties of the made materials, examination of the performance on phosphorus removal, design, review, conducting the experiment, report and analyze the data to PI.
Responsible for the development and support of state-of-the-art algorithms involving to data fusion, sensor fusion, machine learning, manned/unmanned avionics improvement programs, and genetic programming.

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