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The Sensor/EW Embedded Real-Time Software Engineer is responsible for developing hard real-time embedded systems software for use in radar, EO/IR, electronic warfare (EW) systems, and other electromagnetic applications.
Atlanta, GA
The Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) Communications Systems and Spectrum Division (CSSD) is seeking a Project Manager who can provide project support for programs involved in the development of innovative solutions for adaptive communications and spectrum learning systems and is looking for a dynamic and challenging work environment. The Division supports work across many branches of the Department of Defense (DoD), including the Army, Navy, and Office of the Secretary of Defense. This position will specifically support the Army Reprogramming Analysis Team (ARAT) program. ARAT's mission is to ensure the ongoing relevance of legacy radars and systems within the intricacies of modern warfare. The ideal candidate will be an inquisitive and resourceful person with a desire to bring their project management skills to successfully deliver solutions to the communications and spectrum sensing problems of interest to the DoD.
The Resilient Infrastructure and Supply Chain (RISC) Unit is seeking a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) for the Fall 2024 semester. The job duties include serving as a teaching assistant for Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP), as well as a research assistant for ongoing projects. Fall 2024
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) Orlando, FL field office is seeking an Intern for the Systems Integration (SID) for the Summer 2024 semester.
TEN develops Hardware in the Loop (HITL) test sets, test tools, analysis tools and test methods for US Air Force, Army, and Navy sponsors.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking an Embedded Systems Intern Student in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division for the Summer of 2024.
CIPHER’s Embedded Systems Vulnerability Division (ESVD) seeks Student Assistants to support teams performing embedded system cybersecurity testing for Fall 2024 semester.
CIPHER’s Embedded Systems Vulnerability Division (ESVD) is skilled in reverse engineering, vulnerability discovery, and forensics analysis of embedded systems. ESVD seeks Co-Op students to support teams performing embedded system cybersecurity testing for Fall 2024 semester.
CIPHER’s Embedded Systems Vulnerability Division (ESVD) is skilled in reverse engineering, vulnerability discovery, and forensics analysis of embedded systems ESVD seeks Graduate Research Assistants to support teams performing embedded system cybersecurity testing for Fall 2024 semester.
GTRI’s Hardware Security and Trust Division (HST) seeks a Student Assistant starting the Fall 2024 semester with an interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools and/or hardware design to support research in microelectronics and embedded systems hardware security.
GTRI’s Machine Intelligence and Spectrum Technologies (MIST) Division located at the Dayton Ohio Field Site, in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory, seeks qualified candidates for the position of RF/Radar Systems Engineer. This position involves the development of radar modes for state-of-the-art sensors.
RF/Radar Systems Engineers work with a team to perform advanced system and algorithm development using established systems engineering approaches. Based on detailed trade studies and requirements analyses, radar systems engineers develop solutions to satisfy system requirements and perform functions related to all aspects of radar system design.
GTRI’s Hardware Security and Trust Division (HST) seeks a co-op starting the Fall 2024 semester with an interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools and/or hardware design to support research in microelectronics and embedded systems hardware security.
GTRI’s Hardware Security and Trust Division (HST) seeks a GRA starting the Fall 2024 semester with an interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools and/or hardware design to support research in microelectronics and embedded systems hardware security.
GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab seeks interns to start Fall 2024.
GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab is looking for Co-op position to start Fall 2024. You will be working with the Secure Information Systems Division on developing and maintaining secure hosting environments for a variety of applications.
Huntsville, AL
The Software Engineer designs, develops, and tests software applications and products. Additionally, the Software Engineer manages software development teams, provides technical leadership, and establishes software development lifecycle practices and processes.
Scientist, engineer, or associate who performs security analysis, reverse engineering, vulnerability assessment, and/or exploitation of machine learning systems. Machine Learning Security Researchers are also expected to develop machine learning applications as needed to address cybersecurity solutions. They work with a technically savvy team of software experts to perform intelligent software analysis (including vulnerability research), reverse engineering (including malware analysis), and/or research and development on secure cyber systems. Machine Learning Security Research positions may perform these analyses at both the implementation (source and binary analysis) and behavioral level (system, network, and protocol analysis). May also with other units within the Georgia Tech community to perform interdisciplinary research in secure computing. Over course of career establishes a portfolio of secure computing research and supervises a team of researchers.
The Research Program Manager directs and oversees a portfolio of research projects that includes internal and external sponsor and stakeholder engagement. The Research Program Manager is responsible both for the oversight of technical execution, schedule, and budget of assigned portfolios.
Atlanta, GA
The Health Emerging & Advanced Technologies Division (HEAT-D) has a goal to grow a forward-looking, comprehensive capability in health data exchange and analytics technologies that brings innovative, cross-disciplinary methods and emerging techniques to the laboratory’s diverse information science portfolio. Current efforts include a portfolio of projects in federal and state public health, industry and foundational sponsorships, and internally funded research that encompasses clinical phenotyping, natural language processing, machine learning, synthetic data generation and interoperability and security standards and protocols, among other technologies and applications, for data exchange between electronic health records and reporting systems. The corpus of work naturally encompasses crucial cybersecurity and privacy considerations or technologies to ensure data security, HIPAA rules, authentication and authorization protocols, and IRB privacy protocols for research datasets, among others. This work is integral to developing robust and scalable proof-of-concept solutions. The Health Interoperability & Security Branch (HIS-B) focuses on applying health interoperability and security solutions to integrating health data systems for a wide variety of projects in multiple domains, including clinical care, research, public health improvement, cost and quality, and consumer-based health applications.

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