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Atlanta, GA
The primary work assignment would be as a software developer for Government projects serving the Justice, Public Safety, Health, and DOD communities. Projects focus on secure sharing of information between state, local, and federal agency information systems, focusing on software development, API development, system integration, and information sharing systems and tools. Each agency we work with is autonomous and has a unique architecture and legacy infrastructure. GTRI serves as the principal architect and integrator and provides technical guidance to numerous agencies and contractors. The ideal candidate would have a BS or MS in Computer Science or Computer Engineering and would like to work in a cutting-edge research software development environment. Strong written, verbal and presentation skills and the ability to work well in a team environment are necessary.
Atlanta, GA
GTRI/ICL seeks qualified candidates for a full-time Cybersecurity Systems Engineer 2 role in Atlanta, GA. The qualified candidate will be responsible for contributing to the design, deployment, and maintenance of a secure enterprise system deployed in the AWS cloud and ensure that all information assets and associated technology, applications, systems, infrastructure and processes are adequately protected. The Cybersecurity Systems Engineer 2 will be responsible for day-to-day security tasks including supporting and maintaining a wide range of information security products that monitor and provide compliance In the AWS environment. In addition to excellent technical qualifications, the ideal candidate will have excellent collaboration skills, will be innovative, creative, quick thinker, fast learner, and a team player with a strong customer service focus.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) IT team seeks highly motivated co-op students for the upcoming spring 2022 semester.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Mission Data Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) conducts electronic warfare (EW) research, software development, and test and evaluation engineering for electronic countermeasures technologies which support a variety of military aviation platforms. This position is located a the Nellis AFB (Las Vegas) Nevada field site.
Atlanta, GA
SEAL is seeking a highly-motivated RF PCB layout engineer whose responsibilities will include the design, schematic capture, layout, and test of highly complex, integrated PCBs. The successful candidate will have a deep understanding of PCB design including RF layout, mixed-signal design, power supplies, and embedded systems including PIC32, FPGAs, and microcontrollers. Additionally, the candidate should have a comprehensive understanding of current PCB manufacturing capabilities and limitations. The engineer will work in a diverse, team environment so strong communication and leadership skills are a must.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems Lab has opportunities at Hill AFB in Salt Lake City, UT for program management and software engineering positions in support of Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) Operational Training (OT) capabilities for the Combat Air Force (CAF) Operational Training Infrastructure (OTI) that enhance live training and effectively integrate live aircraft and systems within the synthetic training environment. Responsibilities include program execution, strategic planning, business development, program leadership, and technical product development in support of integrated DoD Live, Virtual, Constructive tools, software, and range system environments. The application of subject matter expertise in relevant information technology, software engineering, systems engineering, networking, cyber solutions, and test/training range environments is required.
Atlanta, GA
GTRI- Deputy COO has the overall responsibility to provide vision and leadership for GTRI operations and operational units, including organizational effectiveness strategy development and implementation. The Deputy COO reports directly to the COO of GTRI, and helps to oversees operations and procedures in the areas of capital planning, facilities management, lease management, contract management, organizational excellence, emergency management, safety and security, program management, and other operational services. The Deputy COO will also actively participate in GT-wide operations strategy, governance, and leadership roles by partnering closely with GT’s administration, Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), and other unit leadership across the institute.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Radio Frequency (RF) Test and Analysis Researcher in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) will conduct research into testing of EW RF systems. This research involves the development of data analysis tools and pipelines to simulate and analyze complex RF test environments for Radars, Radar Warning Receivers (RWR) and Electronic Attack (EA) systems. These test tools incorporate EW engagement models, use of government and industry test standards, open standards definition and usage of automated test frameworks.
Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is searching for an experienced leader and established researcher who has experience applying quantitative methods and analysis to diverse cyber problems. GTRI is the nonprofit applied research arm of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and is located in midtown Atlanta on Georgia Tech’s campus.
Atlanta, GA
SEAL is seeking a highly-motivated RF test engineer whose responsibilities will include RF and DC component testing, detailed test plan development, data processing, and analysis, report generation, laboratory and field testing, and system integration. The ideal candidate loves RF hardware, is interested in the integration of RF hardware into larger systems, and has excellent communication and leadership skills.
Atlanta, GA
SEAL is seeking a highly-motivated RF system design engineer whose responsibilities will include RF component design and selection, RF system analysis and architecture, RF component/system simulation, laboratory and field testing, and system integration. The ideal candidate loves RF hardware, is interested in the integration of RF hardware into larger systems, and has excellent communication and leadership skills.
Atlanta, 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. Hardware development includes designing and building custom hardware, modifying existing hardware, implementing solutions using general-purpose hardware, and repurposing hardware. Applications primarily include radar, electronic warfare, and embedded signal processing but often span into communication systems, surveillance systems, and other remote sensing applications.
The Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory, Command and Control Mission Assurance (C2MA) Division is currently seeking a Senior Researcher for a full time research faculty position in the C2MA Division, Honolulu, HI. This position supports the design, development, testing, fielding and on ongoing technology insertion for critical C2 & C4ISR architectures for various DoD and other government organization sponsors. Along with these duties the position would require management of high visibility national communications infrastructure projects associated with sponsors in the area.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta, GA is searching for a senior antenna and radar engineer/scientist to join the Antenna Systems Division (ASD) of the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL). The research areas of the division include phased array antenna systems, electromagnetic modeling and simulation, antenna test and measurement, high power microwave directed energy systems, and monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMIC). We value bright and intellectually curious professionals and provide a work environment that allows work/life balance and opportunity. We invite you to look for opportunities at GTRI. The successful candidate will have the requisite technical education and experience in at least one of the following core technical areas. The responsibilities of the senior antenna and radar engineer/scientist include experience leading technical teams, mentoring junior researchers, executing externally sponsored as well as GTRI internal research and development projects, and pursuing proposal efforts. The position is based in Smyrna, GA at Georgia Tech's Cobb County Research Facility (CCRF). Some travel may be required in meeting and presenting research to customers, developing business, and experimenting/demonstrating prototype systems and technology.
Branch Head of the Advanced Computing Branch (ACB), part of the Advanced Computing and Artificial Intelligence Division (ACAID) within the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). The Advanced Computing Branch (ACB) is a team of 6 full-time researchers (plus graduate and undergraduate students) focused on high-performance computing technologies to support advanced analytics and AI algorithms, including machine learning and deep learning, for real-world problems. The Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) has programs across a wide range of information science research, including communications, sensing, networks, advanced computing, trusted information exchange, enterprise modernization, software applications, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and health systems.
Branch Head of the Applied Artificial Intelligence Branch (AAIB), part of the Advanced Computing and Artificial Intelligence Division (ACAID) within the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). The Applied AI Branch (AAIB) is a team of 6 full-time researchers focused on analytics and AI algorithms, including machine learning and deep learning, for real-world problems. AAIB researchers are experts at applying the right algorithms for the problems facing our sponsors and in devising new algorithms and approaches. The Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) has programs across a wide range of information science research, including communications, sensing, networks, advanced computing, trusted information exchange, enterprise modernization, software applications, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and health systems.
Atlanta, GA
This job is for a full-time research faculty position in the Force Protection Systems Branch in the Aerospace & Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) with the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATASL) at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). The Force Protection Systems Branch (FPSB) focuses on the development, integration, testing, and evaluation of tactical military systems for the protection of personnel and critical infrastructure worldwide. FPSB personnel apply systems engineering expertise to sensors, platforms, and integrated systems, with a focus on small unmanned systems and asymmetric warfare. Program areas include small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), Counter UAS systems, persistent tactical ISR platforms and sensors, and command and control (C2) architectures. Within the Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division, FPSB focuses on opportunities for the transition of emerging technologies to address urgent requirements. Primary sponsors currently come from the US military acquisition community.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Lab is seeking a Project Coordinator to provide support to DoD-funded engineering projects in Phoenix, AZ. The successful candidate will be able to provide project management support to a fifteen to twenty (15-20) member team of multi-disciplinary engineers and scientists to achieve project objectives and milestones. This role allows for a desirable work/life balance with few extra hours worked when necessary. This is an opportunity to grow and extend an existing funded program. The ability to operate with an entrepreneurial spirit combined with the stability of funded programs of noble purpose makes GTRI a unique and rewarding place to work. This position offers an opportunity to provide mentorship and cultivate career growth in an open culture.
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. The first work term will begin in January 2022.
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. The first work term will begin in January 2022.

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