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Smyrna, 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.
Smyrna, 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.
Smyrna, 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 modeling and simulation scientist/engineer in the Performance Optimization Branch will perform digital modeling, simulation, and analysis tasks to support electronic warfare research and development. Electronic warfare applications include aircraft self-protection, missile warning, hostile fire indication, laser warning, countermeasures, scene generation, atmospheric phenomena, and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) signature modeling. The modeling and simulation scientist/engineer will be on an agile team that performs software verification and validation, robust performance evaluation, digital simulation, and processor-in-the-loop simulation using hardware-acceleration techniques on dedicated high performance computing clusters for our sponsors.
CIPHER’s Network Vulnerability Division (NVD) seeks co-ops and interns to support teams performing embedded system cyber security testing during the summer 2021 semester.
CIPHER’s Network Vulnerability Division (NVD) seeks co-ops and interns to support teams performing embedded system cyber security testing during the spring 2021 semester.
Georgia Tech Research Institute’s (GTRI) Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Lab (SEAL) is looking for a Computer Engineer in Dayton, OH, who can think outside of the box and doesn’t want to do the same old thing every day. We value bright, intellectually curious, growth-oriented professionals and provide a work environment that allows a good work/life balance. GTRI has opportunities for research engineers within the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) of SEAL. ISRD’s projects focus on advanced signal processing, adaptive sensor technologies, advanced algorithms, and modeling/simulation. The Research Engineer will be responsible for designing and developing real-time C and C++ software solutions of radar, electronic warfare, and image processing algorithms in Linux-based environments. This work will occur in Dayton, OH in support of AFRL and AFLCMC.
The data scientist/engineer in the Performance Optimization Branch will perform digital modeling, simulation, analysis, performance optimization, and machine learning tasks to support electronic warfare research and development. Electronic Warfare (EW) applications include aircraft self-protection, missile warning, hostile fire indication, laser warning, countermeasures, scene generation, atmospheric phenomena, and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) signature modeling. The data scientist/engineer will be on an agile team that performs software verification and validation, robust performance evaluation, digital simulation, and processor-in-the-loop simulation using hardware-acceleration techniques on dedicated high performance computing clusters for our sponsors.
The data scientist/engineer in the Performance Optimization Branch will perform digital modeling, simulation, analysis, performance optimization, and machine learning tasks to support electronic warfare research and development. Electronic Warfare (EW) applications include aircraft self-protection, missile warning, hostile fire indication, laser warning, countermeasures, scene generation, atmospheric phenomena, and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) signature modeling. The data scientist/engineer will be on an agile team that performs software verification and validation, robust performance evaluation, digital simulation, and processor-in-the-loop simulation using hardware-acceleration techniques on dedicated high performance computing clusters for our sponsors.
Warner Robins, GA
The Cybersecurity Researcher in the Robins Avionics Branch will work with Air Force engineers to assess Electronic Warfare, Avionics, and Communications systems for cyber-resiliency and cybersecurity requirements. Additionally, the cybersecurity researcher will develop Risk Management Framework documentation, test strategies/plans, system-specific requirements, and cybersecurity strategies.
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 Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking a Co-op Student in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) for the Spring of 2021.
The Sensor Visualization Branch Head position in the Sensor Intelligence & Visualization Division (SIV) will to support and develop capabilities in the processing and communication of sensor-derived information and complex algorithms to human users. 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 electronic warfare, novel soldier interfaces, EO/IR scene generation, armor active protection, smart cities and smart installations, light propagation and turbulence, and EO/IR and RF signature modeling.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) IT team seeks highly motivated co-op students to begin in spring 2021.
GTRI’s Information and Communications Lab (ICL) Communications Systems and Spectrum Division (CSSD) seeks a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) for the spring 2021 semester.
The Human Systems Research Engineer / Scientist in the Human Systems Engineering Branch (HSEB) is predominantly focused on the research, development and application of human systems engineering (HSE) tools and methods to the design, development, and evaluation of complex systems. This position applies advanced HSE methods and methodology to address complex challenges within the Department of Defense.
The Flight Test Data Analyst/ Engineer in the Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) will support data analysis, test and evaluation engineering, and systems engineering. The Flight Test Data Analyst/ Engineer will perform hardware, software, and systems testing for a team of engineers executing ongoing sponsored programs in the field of flight test engineering supporting fellow researchers in Atlanta and across multiple ANGPO field offices.
The Flight Test Data Analyst/ Engineer in the Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) will support data analysis, test and evaluation engineering, and systems engineering. The Flight Test Data Analyst/ Engineer will perform hardware, software, and systems testing for a team of engineers executing ongoing sponsored programs in the field of flight test engineering supporting fellow researchers in Atlanta and across multiple field offices in the Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO).
Atlanta, GA
The Test Engineer in the Electronic Systems Integration Division's (ESID) Quality Control and Test Branch will perform test engineering functions supporting research, development, design, and application of software. This software is utilized on a variety of military applications with emphasis on Electronic Warfare (EW), avionics, and autonomous tactical systems.
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking an enthusiastic technical candidate interested in supporting ASL's Aviation Systems Division (ASD) to assist with leading and managing development of solutions that advance the mission of Army Program Executive Office Aviation. Candidates should have a strong background in avionic systems implemented in rotary wing AH-64, UH-60, and CH-47, and Unmanned Aerial Systems such as Gray Eagle. The successful candidate will be a member of the Test and Evaluations Branch and report to Branch Chief, assisting with technical efforts of ongoing programs. SUMMARY: The Aviation Test Engineer will support support system design, development, integration, and test of avionics systems and software for Army Aviation platforms including special attention with regard to multi-core processing and steps needed to achieve flight worthiness certification for multi-core solutions.

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