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The Opto-Mechanical Branch Head position in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) will perform research and development (R&D) in imaging and remote sensing systems for applications including Airborne, Terrestrial, and Undersea Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaisance (ISR). Additional application include Space, Atmospheric, and Environmental Situational Awareness as well as Threat Detection and Targeting. The branch head is responsible for the branch’s team members, project execution, branch technical knowledge and capabilities, and adherence to GTRI policies. Additionally, the branch head will support of Department of Defense (DoD) with specialties in the complete imaging and remote sensing chain, from the analysis, design, development, integration, test and evaluation of sensing systems, to the processing, exploitation, and visualization of data and imagery.
The Opto-Mechanical Branch Head position in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) will perform research and development (R&D) in imaging and remote sensing systems for applications including Airborne, Terrestrial, and Undersea Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaisance (ISR). Additional application include Space, Atmospheric, and Environmental Situational Awareness as well as Threat Detection and Targeting. The branch head is responsible for the branch’s team members, project execution, branch technical knowledge and capabilities, and adherence to GTRI policies. Additionally, the branch head will support of Department of Defense (DoD) with specialties in the complete imaging and remote sensing chain, from the analysis, design, development, integration, test and evaluation of sensing systems, to the processing, exploitation, and visualization of data and imagery.
Cobb County/Smyrna - Metro Atlanta
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) is looking for a researcher with interest and experience in radar, radar systems, and signal processing. The ISR Division’s projects focus on advanced signal processing, adaptive sensor technologies, advanced algorithms, machine learning, and modeling and simulation for applications that include airborne radar, electronic warfare, and undersea systems.
GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab seeks an undergraduate Student Assistant to start in the spring of 2021.
The Flight Test Data Engineer in the Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) conducts test planning, test execution, data analysis, test and evaluation engineering, and systems engineering supporting a variety of military aviation platforms.
Atlanta, GA
The System Security Engineer in the Technology Insertion Branch (TIB) will provide systems security expertise for product development. This position will work closely with hardware and software developers to design and implement systems that are secure in their implementation while still accomplishing their mission. The position is required to collaborate with the Department of Defense (DoD) researchers to develop, build, and field Electronic Warfare Systems that typically require significant security features to protect critical information and functions.
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) Antenna Systems Division (ASD) is seeking experienced antenna and RF engineers to support space communications, radar, electronic warfare, and missile defense programs in Huntsville, AL.
Cobb County/Smyrna - Metro Atlanta
The Georgia Tech Research Institute's Machine Learning and Analytics Branch is looking for candidates experienced in computer programming that are interested and capable of supporting, developing, and/or deploying machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches to various applications, including computer vision, perception, and/or decision making. Since our projects involve cutting-edge research and development, there are diverse opportunities including the development of scalable infrastructure for existing algorithms towards new applications as well as the development of new algorithms.
Atlanta, GA
GTRI is seeking a highly motivated individual with 1-10 years of work experience to join an established team of experts in performing research and development focused on the discovery and analysis of wireless communication system vulnerabilities. The Techniques Branch in CIPHER's Network Vulnerability Division (NVD) is focused on reverse engineering, vulnerability analysis, and the development and demonstration of RF-delivered techniques against wireless communications equipment. The candidate's primary responsibility will be to perform research in discovering and analyzing security vulnerabilities associated with a wide variety of wireless communication systems. Technical disciplines that may be required in these efforts include test, evaluation and reverse engineering of RF communications systems; development of software defined radio (SDR) algorithms to support reverse engineering and testing; communications theory; RF signal collection and analysis; communication protocol analysis; software reverse engineering and vulnerability analysis; and countermeasures and vulnerability analysis for RF communication systems. The candidate is required to have basic skills in at least two of these disciplines. Skills in software reverse engineering, computer programming, or working with test and measurement equipment are a plus. The candidate will be expected to support sponsor briefings and prepare technical deliverables.
GTRI is seeking a highly motivated individual with 3-12 years of work experience to join an established team of experts in performing research and development focused on the discovery and analysis of wireless communication system vulnerabilities. The Techniques Branch in CIPHER's Network Vulnerability Division (NVD) is focused on reverse engineering, vulnerability analysis, and the development and demonstration of RF-delivered techniques against wireless communications equipment. The candidate's primary responsibility will be to perform research in discovering and analyzing security vulnerabilities associated with a wide variety of wireless communication systems. Technical disciplines that may be required in these efforts include test, evaluation and reverse engineering of RF communications systems; development of software defined radio (SDR) algorithms to support reverse engineering and testing; communications theory; RF signal collection and analysis; communication protocol analysis; software reverse engineering and vulnerability analysis; and countermeasures and vulnerability analysis for RF communication systems. The candidate is required to have strong skills in at least two of these disciplines. Skills in software reverse engineering, computer programming, or working with test and measurement equipment are a plus. The candidate will be expected to support sponsor briefings and prepare technical deliverables.
The Integrated Electronic Warfare (IEW) Research Engineer in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) will work with teams of researchers developing IEW suites for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) applications. Our teams work the complete IEW system life cycle, including initial system specification and design, suite integration, testing and data analysis. TEN IEW research supports the US Air Force in FMS applications. Our IEW research aims to integrate the function of on-aircraft federated EW systems, avionics and data links, to provide better overall aircraft self-protection suite performance, improved pilot situational awareness and embedded training function.
The Windows Developer for Integrated EW Tools position in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) will design and develop Windows tools applications for research in the area of Integrated EW (IEW). These tools are used to program and test Mission data for IEW applications which integrate the function of airborne federated EW systems, avionics, and data links. IEW provides improved aircraft self-protection suite performance, improved pilot situational awareness, and embedded training functions.
Patuxent River, MD
The Research Engineer/Scientist position supports the Patuxent River Field Office located in Lexington Park, MD. The position will assist senior engineers and program managers in planning, testing, executing, and completing large-scale, technically complex projects for rapidly fielding Department of Defense (DoD) aircraft improvement programs.
The CIPHER-IT division seeks student assistants for Spring 2021. These students will be members of our IT Operations support team utilizing our Service Desk to serve our customers in CIPHER.
Cobb County/Smyrna - Metro Atlanta
GTRI’s Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks student assistants to assist in experimental aerodynamic and acoustics projects.
Cobb County/Smyrna - Metro Atlanta
GTRI’s mechanical engineering group within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks co-op students with interests in mechanical design and development and working on large-scale mechanical prototypes.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking experienced Aviation System Engineers who have interest in intellectually challenging and rewarding work. Located in Huntsville, Alabama, ASL conducts world-class applied research in avionics modeling, simulation, analysis, testing, evaluation, and software development in support of the government sponsors.
Cobb County/Smyrna - Metro Atlanta
The Senior/Principal Researcher in the Systems Engineering Research Division (SERD) is responsible for program development, project management, and technical research leadership related to the research and development of complex systems supporting Department of Defense (DoD) applications. This position is expected to serve as the Project Director (PD) across a portfolio of projects in order to meet contractual sponsor requirements and expectations. The Systems Engineering Research Division conducts applied research in model-based systems engineering (MBSE) including developing system modeling best practices, modeling and simulation, and development of tooling to support MBSE; strategic decision support including analytical methods, optimization approaches for complete decision spaces, and tradespace tool development with interactive coordinated visualizations; and human systems engineering including the application of HSE principles to the design, development, and evaluation of complex systems.
Atlanta, GA
Cyber Security, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research Lab (CIPHER). CIPHER conducts applied research focused on cyber threats and countermeasures, secure multi-level information sharing, resilient command and control network architectures, reverse engineering, vulnerability identification, and high-performance computing and analytics. CIPHER engineers develop and apply cutting edge technologies in computing, network architectures, signal and protocol analysis, network forensics, malware analysis, and reverse engineering (hardware and software) to solve tough problems. To learn more about CIPHER, please visit http://www.gtri.gatech.edu/cipher GTRI-CIPHER is seeking a Systems Administrator for the internal Information Technology group, responsible for supporting and maintaining CIPHER's Core IT Infrastructure. The CIPHER IT team supports over 350 researchers, engineers, and support staff tackling complex and novel IT challenges for commercial and government customers. The CIPHER IT team is distributed across multiple campus buildings and supports a sizable base of remote users across the United States. The candidate will work closely with the CIPHER Infrastructure Lead to facilitate and improve day-to-day IT operations for CIPHER. Outside of internal operations, the Systems Administrator is expected to actively participate in sponsored research programs across the laboratory above and beyond providing technology support. Many of GTRI-CIPHER’s programs require sophisticated information technology platforms and, as such, the Systems Administrator will be required to hold a Department of Defense Top Secret clearance.
ASL seeks part-time Student Assistants for the spring 2021 semester to work in Huntsville, AL on a variety of software development projects for defense programs.

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