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The Center of Health Analytics and Informatics in the Information and Communications Laboratory seeks to fulfill full-time roles working on a wide variety of health data science and computer science/engineering problems. Our team is looking for data and computer scientists with a strong applied research background and passion for solving health-related research problems. Researchers should have a focus on either data science, machine learning, or health informatics. Experience in analyzing large health data sets to extract meaningful insight is preferred. In particular a research history in data science (statistical analysis and inference, machine learning, and graph analytics) as well as applied software engineering experience (using Python, R, Julia, etc.) with health data sets are desired. Demonstrated experience working with multiple programming languages and development environments is preferred.
The Advanced Computing and Artificial Intelligence Division at GTRI's Information and Communications Lab (ICL) currently seek students to start summer 2021 who are interested in applying their Computer Science and Engineering skills to solve applied research problems.
The Center for Health Analytics and Informatics (CHAI) within the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) seeks Intern candidates to work as data scientists within our center at the Georgia Tech-Atlanta campus for summer 2021.
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a computer scientist or engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools to support microelectronics security and trust research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, CAD tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them. TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, and other microelectronics. TMPO employees are Research Faculty of Georgia Tech and have the opportunity for dual appointments and teaching positions with other departments of the university. TMPO is a division of GTRI's cyber security lab which contains 300+ engineers and scientists and represents >10% of the total research award funding at Georgia Tech. Researchers in this position will be responsible for the research and development of software infrastructure to support and enable exploration and implementation of security and trust mechanisms within microelectronic systems. Potential research opportunities include enhancing reconfigurable computing device design via custom software to support analysis, design, testing, assurance, and emulation of microelectronics (e.g., FPGAs); leveraging and extending conventional EDA/CAD tools to provide security enhancements to designs; developing custom EDA/CAD tools; modeling detailed microelectronic architecture; exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; and researching formal assurance of design tools and algorithms.
The Center for Health Analytics and Informatics (CHAI) within the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) seeks students to work as data scientists within our center at the Georgia Tech-Atlanta campus for fall 2021.
San Antonio, TX
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Training Site Lead in the Electronic Systems Lab (ELSYS) will oversee daily training operations at the EW training facility in San Antonio. The EW site supports 32 total EW courses over a 4 year period providing high-quality EW training to U.S. FMS partner nation military personnel. The site lead will oversee the local San Antonio subcontractor, who will provide EW course delivery and support functions (Information Technology (IT), Security, Academic Course Administration, Translator, and Registrar).
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is looking for hardware-oriented engineers and scientists who enjoy challenging technical problems, creating innovative solutions, and fielding those solutions. We value bright, curious, and motivated individuals and we provide a work environment that allows such individuals to be successful and grow professionally. Candidates with analog or digital hardware experience are encouraged to apply. Desired skills include RF circuit design, RF system design, digital circuit design, FPGA firmware design, embedded software, and GPU software.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is looking for hardware-oriented engineers and scientists who enjoy challenging technical problems, creating innovative solutions, and fielding those solutions. We value bright, curious, and motivated individuals and we provide a work environment that allows such individuals to be successful and grow professionally. An engineer or scientist in the Sensor and Systems Engineering Division (SSED) will develop or contribute to solutions that address current and future Department of Defense (DoD) needs. This includes analysis of DoD needs, definition and analysis of requirements, system-level design, component-level design, prototyping, laboratory testing, field testing, and building deployable systems. Candidates with analog or digital hardware experience are encouraged to apply. Desired skills include RF circuit design, RF system design, digital circuit design, FPGA firmware design, embedded software, and GPU software.
Atlanta, GA
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) is looking for a Senior Algorithm Developer who can think outside of the box and is looking for a dynamic and challenging work environment. 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. The division supports work across many branches of the Department of Defense (DoD), including the Air Force, Navy, and Office of the Secretary of Defense. Key products include physics-based modeling and simulation tools, system analyses, sensor signal processing algorithms, and real-time prototypes. The ideal candidate will be an experienced researcher with a desire to apply engineering, physics, and math to radar ISR problems of interest to the DoD.
The Sensor & Systems Engineering Division (SSED) of the Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Lab (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Insititute (GTRI) is looking for experienced Systems Engineers having specific expertise in Radar & Electronic Warfare (EW) Hardware. 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.
Atlanta, GA
The Software Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. The position conducts desktop and tablet software design and development in support of mission-critical, embedded-software systems, and training systems. The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) conducts research on military aircraft specializing in avionics, electronic warfare, autonomous systems, and tactical communication/datalink systems. The ESID team's engineering roles include Applied Systems Engineering, Datalink Engineering, Embedded Software, Enterprise Software, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Test Engineering.
Atlanta, GA
The Associate Division Chief assists the Division Chief in all aspects of the direction and operation of the Division, specializing in outreach and communication within the Division. The Associate Division Chief is primarily responsible for the ongoing communications within the Division (oversight of budgets, projects, and resources) and is expected to maintain an active research portfolio. The Associate Division Chief also provides oversight for the administrative functions of the Division, personnel matters within the Division, compliance to policies and procedures, and is responsible for the Division interface to major GTRI support units, including Research Security, Accounting and Finance, Talent Management, and Sponsored Project Support.
Atlanta, GA
The Avionics System Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) conducts research on military aircraft specializing in avionics, electronic warfare, autonomous systems, and tactical communication/datalink systems. The ESID team's engineering roles include Applied Systems Engineering, Datalink Engineering, Embedded Software, Enterprise Software, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Test Engineering.
GTRI’s Force Protection Systems Branch (FPSB) in the Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks students with interests in systems engineering, test and evaluation, and data analysis.
The Robotics and Autonomous Systems Division (RASD) in the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Laboratory of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks a student for summer 2021.
The Advanced Computing and Artificial Intelligence Division at GTRI's Information and Communications Lab (ICL) currently seek students to start Fall 2021 who are interested in applying their Computer Science and Engineering skills to solve applied research problems.
Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) currently seeks highly motivated students to join our Research Support Operations Team and to assist with research project work throughout the lab.
Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) currently seeks highly motivated students to join our Research Support Operations Team and to assist with research project work throughout the lab.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Smyrna, GA is seeking a dynamic and analytical candidate to join the Sensor Artificial Intelligence and Learning Program Office (SAILPO) in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) of the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL). The ideal candidate will be an experienced researcher with a desire to apply engineering, physics, and mathematics to ISR problems of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD). The researcher is expected to support GTRI’s ISR artificial intelligence systems work for the DoD, university-affiliated research centers (UARCs), federally-funded research development centers (FFRDCs), and industry. Candidates will have roles in project leadership, business development, and mentorship of junior employees.
Atlanta, GA
ICL’s Trusted and Interoperable Systems and Architecture Division is looking for a data migration lead with 7+ years of experience of hands on work mapping and migrating large amounts of data of multiple subject areas from legacy systems during large system implementations. This position must be highly technical as well as able to lead collaborative meetings with multiple external stakeholders of varying technical depth and ensure progress. The data migration lead will be hands on and guide teammates to complete legacy mapping using a variety of artifacts and data mining and confirm results with the project sponsor and other parties. The candidate must be able to excel in an agile environment with frequent changes and iteratively defined requirements. The ideal candidate would have a BS in Computer Science or equivalent degree 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. Experience with Medicad Management Information Systems, the MITA Framework, Health IT standards, policies, and best practices is a strong plus. The primary work assignment would be as an information architect for Government projects serving the Justice, Public Safety, Health, and DOD Command and Control (C2) communities. Projects focus on secure sharing of information between state, local, and federal agency information systems, focusing on standards development 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.

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