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The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems Lab (ATAS) has opportunities for lead systems engineering and management positions in support of DoD test/training range research and development in Phoenix, AZ. Systems engineering responsibilities include the development and management of product and program requirements through design, implementation, test, and operation/management.
The Data Link System Engineer (experienced) in the Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. The Data Link Systems Engineer will serve as a technical expert on military tactical data links, associated radios, and system uses of those data links for sponsors and associated projects.
GTRI's Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of Advanced Warfighting Technologies Mechanical Integration Engineer. The role of this position is to apply technical skills to support the development and assessment of unmanned systems, sensors, and other prototype systems. Expected duties include but are not limited to mechanical systems design, fabrication, and integration.
The Aerospace Transportation and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks a Graduate Research Assistant to work in the Aerospace Systems Design Lab starting fall 2020 semester.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta, GA is looking for radar engineers and scientists with interest in assessing the performance of domestic and foreign radar systems and developing unique RF radar hardware prototyping across multiple frequency bands from VHF to Ka-band. The radar assessment requires system-level knowledge of radar with a focus on the RF subsystems of the radar, including antennas, transmitters, exciters, and receivers. We are interested in working with bright and intellectually curious professionals. GTRI strives to provide a work environment that allows work/life balance and opportunities for career growth. We invite you to look for opportunities at GTRI.
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 Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Laboratory seeks a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) for the Food Processing Technology Division (FPTD) to assist with the VIP during the fall 2020 semester.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) seeks a co-op or an Intern to join our RF Systems Branch.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking a C++ Developer for a full-time research faculty position. The qualified applicant will become a member of of a small Agile team supporting established programs for Army Air and Missile Defense at Redstone Arsenal. Located in Huntsville, Alabama, ASL conducts world-class applied research in system modeling, simulation, analysis, testing, evaluation, and software development in support of the government sponsors.
The Center for Health Analytics and Informatics (CHAI) within the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL) seeks Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) candidates to work as data scientists within our center at the Georgia Tech-Atlanta campus.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking a Software Test Engineer with some experience in systems integration and test of complex systems. The qualified applicant will become a member of of a small team supporting established programs for Army Aviation. 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.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks a visionary researcher for the role of Chief Scientist in its Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO). 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, and other microelectronics. TMPO's 20+ employees are research faculty of Georgia Tech and have the optional opportunity for dual appointments and teaching positions with other departments of the university. TMPO is a division of GTRI's cyber security unit (CIPHER Lab) which contains 300+ engineers and scientists and represents over 10% of Georgia Tech's total research awards. The TMPO Chief Scientist will be principally responsible for the division's strategic technical capabilities development. The candidate will coordinate and develop an internal research (IRAD) portfolio which positions the group for future sponsored research activities within the division's mission statement. The candidate will work with division leadership and all employees to generate IRAD ideas and proposals for each fiscal year. The IRAD portfolio and should reflect a candidate's successful ability to track and predict sponsor interests and technology trends. The candidate is expected to grow collaborations with other university, government, and industry partners to expand the division's overall research capabilities. The candidate is also expected to lead proposal efforts, provide project leadership, and be a technical contributor.
GTRI’s Signals and Systems Division (SASD) in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of a Senior Level Model Based Systems Engineer. This position involves applying model based systems engineering (MBSE) to challenging real-world problems related to national defense.
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 standards 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. A candidate should also be capable of working independently and effectively with minimal supervision for up to 10 days.
Atlanta, GA
The Software Developer in the Sensor Intelligence and Visualization Division (SIV) will perform software development in support of a broad range of sensing and sensor fusion applications. The SIV Divisionperforms algorithm development, modeling, simulation, analysis, as well as the communication of these results through traditional and non-traditional media such as augmented reality. The division primarily works in the support of Department of Defense 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 Game Based Simulation Developer in the Sensor Intelligence and Visualization Division (SIV) will research and support the production of game engine based physical simulations. This position will produce high quality game simulations as well as research the capabilities of the physical phenomena at play translated to models and simulations. The Sensor Intelligence and Visualization division focuses on the effective communication of complex data to human users. This data typically originates from real or simulated sensors and is processed at multiple layers resulting in an eventual action by a user. In addition, the position will require the development and testing of tracking, filtering, and data fusion algorithms utilizing mathematical principles.
The ATAS Energy & Sustainability Group is seeking a Manufacturing Design Engineer to lead the design of manufacturing research projects in Atlanta, Georgia. The candidate will be responsible for developing computer-based conceptual models through pre-commercial design prototype drawings; using advanced manufacturing methods for prototype testing; developing large scale manufacturing plans; following and interpreting design specifications; following state, federal and international design standards; and using model-based systems engineering software to simulate the integration of mechanical, electrical, and architectural components. The candidate will support the development of complex electro-mechanical and biological/chemical prototype systems through the application of advanced mechanical design and analysis. The candidate should have experience in taking projects through all stages of production including the R&D stage, to prototyping, and finally to mass manufacturing for commercialization.
The Algorithms and Analysis position in the Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports algorithms and analysis projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned avionics improvement programs. The Algorithms and Analysis Branch (AAB) is responsible for the development and support of state-of-the-art algorithms involving sensor fusion, sensor tasking, sensor performance, and data processing. AAB subject matter experts do statistical analysis of deployed military systems to characterize and quantify system qualities and deficiencies. The analysis results in recommendations and develop of improvements.
The Embedded Computer Software Engineer position in the Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. The Embedded Computer Software Engineer will design, develop, and research mission critical software systems on military platforms.
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, 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 and exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; and researching and implementing novel HW/SW co-designs for root-of-trust systems.

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