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The Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks qualified individuals for the position of Cybersecurity Systems Engineer in Albuquerque, NM. The Albuquerque program office is responsible for capturing, digitizing, preserving, and disseminating information to a range of customers nationwide. The Albuquerque and IMA Branches, as part of the Operations Division, support knowledge and technology transfer of information as well as archival of material and data that are significant to current and future sponsor research and development activities. The Advanced Concepts Laboratory develops tailored solutions for a broad range of national security challenges through disciplined application of physics- and effects-based modeling to realizable systems, augmented with prototype development and testing. ACL’s research thrusts extend across domains, and include bio-, chemical-, RF-,  and optical-sensor physics; materials science and engineering; electromagnetic theory, computation, structures, and measurements; electronic warfare techniques and applications; operational scenario modeling and simulation; traditional and asymmetric threat analysis; and ground maneuver warfare.
Atlanta, GA
Initiate, plan, monitor and control, and close projects to meet business or sponsor requirements. Required to progressively elaborate high-level information into detailed plans throughout the project life cycle. Project Managers manage the project, program or portfolio team to meet the project or sponsor objectives. Project Managers monitor and control the work of producing the products, services or results that the project was undertaken to produce. Success is measured by product and project quality, timeliness, budget compliance, and degree of customer satisfaction. Project Managers must meet all compliance and other regulatory requirements throughout a projects life cycle to successfully close out the time-bound project, program or portfolio.
Atlanta, GA
Initiate, plan, monitor and control, and close projects to meet business or sponsor requirements. Required to progressively elaborate high-level information into detailed plans throughout the project life cycle. Project Managers manage the project, program or portfolio team to meet the project or sponsor objectives. Project Managers monitor and control the work of producing the products, services or results that the project was undertaken to produce. Success is measured by product and project quality, timeliness, budget compliance, and degree of customer satisfaction. Project Managers must meet all compliance and other regulatory requirements throughout a projects life cycle to successfully close out the time-bound project, program or portfolio.
Huntsville, AL
The Systems Support Engineer (SSE) is a research faculty position in the Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL), supporting sponsored research in Huntsville, AL. GTRI is looking to establish a small engineering team to support aviation activities focusing on rotorcraft.
Huntsville, AL
IT DevOps engineers have an understanding of software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops) culture, are proficient in scaling automation and have a passion for continuous improvement in operational capability.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a seasoned computer scientist or engineer with interest in providing leadership and support for a branch focused on the development of novel cutting-edge software tools to support microelectronics security research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, 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, leveraging custom and formal methods. The TMPO Software Associate Branch Head will work with branch engineers and program personnel as part of a cohesive team to develop software with the goal of supporting and enabling exploration and implementation of security and trust mechanisms within microelectronic systems to include: working with and developing general-purpose and domain-specific languages, tools, and techniques to facilitate the design, debugging and verification of FPGA based applications and systems; novel hardware software co-design and high-level synthesis methodologies; designing algorithms for synthesis, technology mapping, logic partitioning, optimizations, placement, and routing of FPGAs. Associate Branch Head candidates should have a strong understanding of industry standard software development practices, and demonstrated experience in the architecting, designing, prototyping, building, and testing of complex software, from initial requirements through implementation, verification, testing, and deployment. Associate Branch Heads will also be responsible for assisting in writing and winning proposals for sustained branch growth, and will be responsible for ensuring that the branch is continuing to pursue new and novel research efforts through judicious use of internal R&D funding.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking experienced Aviation System Engineers who have an interest in intellectually challenging and rewarding work.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking an experienced BMDS analyst to fill a position for the Data Analytics Branch within the Air and Missile Defense Systems Division.
Atlanta, GA
The Systems Engineer will combine experience and expertise in developing complex systems in a systems engineering role with a passion for working with multi-disciplinary engineering teams to build innovative and impactful solutions.
The Robotics Branch in the Intelligent Sustainable technologies Division within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems (ATAS) lab is looking for Graduate Research Assistants to work on various aspects of mobility and mapping with a small autonomous mobile platform for the Spring 2022 semester.
Atlanta, GA
The Software Engineer position is in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) division of the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) at GTRI. AES is predominantly focused on the research, development, testing, and deployment of embedded electronic and electromechanical systems.
GTRI’s Cooperative Education (“co-op”) program offers you extensive opportunities to participate in diverse scientific and technological endeavors, use state-of-the-art equipment and rapidly improve your technical and leadership skills. The program allows you to alternate three semesters of full-time work at GTRI with semesters of full-time school.
Atlanta, GA
The GTRI Robotics and Autonomous Systems Division is looking for Scientists and Engineers specializing in robotic algorithms and dynamical systems control. You will be joining a growing robotics division, and responsibilities may include the development of real-time algorithms for robotics applications, including multi-robot collaboration, swarming control algorithms, path planning, guidance, navigation, and task allocation on aerial robots.
Atlanta, GA
The Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks qualified individuals for the position of Operations Analyst. This position involves applying analysis techniques to solve challenging real-world problems related to national defense. The candidate will apply MBSE concepts to various national defense projects, often focused on the defense technologies of the future. The candidate will work in and sometimes lead an interdisciplinary team with modeling and simulation engineers, operations analysts, people with experience in military or intelligence operations and analysis, physicists, mathematicians, and people from government organizations, other universities, or industry partners. The Signals and Systems Division (SASD) engages in research related to high-impact, technical analysis for U.S. Government projects. The division's mission is to shape the development of next-generation technical capabilities and strengthen our national defense through leading-edge research and analytic support, informed by a deep knowledge of operational capabilities, current intelligence, and the related information environment. SASD engages in research in Information Warfare, advanced threat analysis, operational employment concepts, advanced EM spectrum management, test and evaluation, and knowledge management primarily through the application of modeling and simulation.
Atlanta, GA
The Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks qualified individuals for the position of Operations Analyst. This position involves applying analysis techniques to solve challenging real-world problems related to national defense. The candidate will apply MBSE concepts to various national defense projects, often focused on the defense technologies of the future. The candidate will work in and sometimes lead an interdisciplinary team with modeling and simulation engineers, operations analysts, people with experience in military or intelligence operations and analysis, physicists, mathematicians, and people from government organizations, other universities, or industry partners. The Signals and Systems Division (SASD) engages in research related to high-impact, technical analysis for U.S. Government projects. The division's mission is to shape the development of next-generation technical capabilities and strengthen our national defense through leading-edge research and analytic support, informed by a deep knowledge of operational capabilities, current intelligence, and the related information environment. SASD engages in research in Information Warfare, advanced threat analysis, operational employment concepts, advanced EM spectrum management, test and evaluation, and knowledge management primarily through the application of modeling and simulation.
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 division works on projects ranging from machine learning for predictive maintenance; natural language processing for healthcare, defense, intelligence, etc.; creating high-performance modeling and simulation environments for a variety of industry and defense applications; building scalable solutions for decision support from a full-stack perspective; and building and maintaining large-scale high-performance research clusters. The team is looking for students with a full range of skills in programming, high-performance computing, machine learning, statistical analysis, web development, scalable software, etc. Students with backgrounds in Computer Science/Engineering that who are self-starters, adaptable, and quick learners are encouraged to apply.
Washington, DC
The Applied Physicist leverages knowledge and skills from the fields of physics, chemistry, material science, and mathematics to contribute to the technical leadership in research projects in the analysis, design, and development of innovative systems, sensors, or may focus on developing/applying new materials for energy storage systems and sensors.
Atlanta, GA, Dayton, OH
The Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Engineer works closely with research, development, and testing teams to combine simulation modeling with data analytics in order to provide recommendations to optimize system designs in support of current and future research, development, and testing efforts. Specifically, the M&S Engineer is responsible for constructing computer simulation models, verifying and validating simulation models, performing simulation experiments to predict system behaviors, providing solutions to project stakeholders, and improving systems and processes. The M&S Engineer is familiar with important M&S concepts and techniques, constantly keeps abreast of new tool and language developments, and is familiar with a wide range of both open source and proprietary modeling and simulation tools, frameworks, and environments. These can include tools such as AFSIM, AnyLogic, Arena, ExtendSim, OpenFoam, OpenModelica, NetLogo, etc. In addition to tools, an M&S Engineer should be aware of many of the core M&S techniques – such as discrete event simulation, continuous simulation, agent-based modeling, distributed simulation, and conceptual modeling. At higher levels, the M&S Engineer/Specialist guides and conducts modeling, simulation, and analysis activities which include eliciting requirements from stakeholders to support the design and implementation of M&S frameworks, computer simulation models, and simulation experiments. Furthermore, the M&S Engineer is responsible for ensuring that models and simulations are designed according to M&S best practices and standards as well as for flexibility to support future modeling needs and enhancements
Assist the research team on multiple research projects. Primary responsibilities for the student research assistant include: assisting a research team to conceptualize, create, model, and estimate the viability of proposed design concepts and approaches for prefabricated modular structures and other mechanical systems. The successful candidates should be proficient in SolidWorks (preferred), Rhinoceros, or Sketchup modeling software. Other responsibilities will include literature and state-of-the-art technologies review, assist with experiments, data entry, and creation of presentations for the sponsors and industry representatives.
The Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks qualified individuals for the position of an Operations Analyst within the Operational Capabilities Branch (OCB). This position involves applying analysis techniques to solve challenging real-world problems related to national defense. The Operations Analyst will provide subject matter expertise on current and future threat systems, the US and allied weapon systems, tactics, and potential use concepts leveraging emerging civilian and military technology. The successful candidate will manage projects and programs to meet objectives, working with sponsors, engineers, and GTRI management to achieve success. They will also participate in sponsor engagement efforts to identify potential opportunities, develop proposals, and manage business lines. The Signals and Systems Division (SASD) engages in research related to high-impact, technical analysis for U.S. Government projects. The division's mission is to shape the development of next-generation technical capabilities and strengthen our national defense through leading-edge research and analytic support, informed by a deep knowledge of operational capabilities, current intelligence, and the related information environment. SASD engages in research in Information Warfare, advanced threat analysis, operational employment concepts, advanced EM spectrum management, test and evaluation, and knowledge management primarily through the application of modeling and simulation.

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