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GTRI's Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division in the Advanced Concepts Laboratory seeks qualified candidates for the position of Graduate Research Assistant for the spring 2021 semester.
The CIPHER/SIS Lab seeks an individual who will be responsible for creating, modifying, and executing manual test cases to ensure the accuracy and completeness of all test artifacts. Work term begins spring 2021.
SEAL’s Command, Control, and Communication Program Office (C3PO) seeks students with interest in the areas of software development and testing.
he Information and Communications Lab seeks a Student Research Assistant (SA) for a project that centers around performing virtual sensor construction and rocket plume analysis for rocket/missile experimentation. The work term is fall 2020.
he Information and Communications Lab seeks a Student Research Assistant (SA) for a project that centers around performing virtual sensor construction and rocket plume analysis for rocket/missile experimentation. The work term is spring 2021.
GTRI-CIPHER IT is looking for a knowledgeable, motivated and hardworking Cyber Security professional to actively build, maintain, and support GTRI sponsored research projects and provide IT operational support for the needs of the San Diego Field Office. This individual will integrate and deploy sponsored project systems and support networks. They will also provide unit level support in the installation, operation and maintenance of computer systems. This professional will be expected to utilize a set of derived system specifications to implement secure, compliant systems in support of multiple sponsored research projects, as well as address a wide variety of applications that involve highly complex issues. They will also be expected to perform full system documentation under RMF, securing and updating systems using Security Technical Implementation Guides, and deploying system updates to hardware and software.
The Software Engineer in the Air National Guard Program Office (ANGPO) will support the design, development, and deployment of a continuous delivery system for rapid software development supporting Air National Guard (ANG) sponsored research. Additionally, the position will support data analysis at the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Test Center in Tucson, AZ. The Software Engineer will utilize open-source software, agile/DevOps practices, online communication tools, team developed tools, and cutting edge technologies to support the ANG aircraft systems and test.
Smyrna, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute is seeking senior research engineers or scientists with expertise in the areas of communications, networking and datalinks. Candidates will support SEAL's Command and Control Communication Program Office (C3PO) in the analysis and technology assessment of C2 platforms and support teams designing, analyzing and implementing alternative hardware and software technologies to update these platforms. Candidates should have strong problem solving skills and the ability to develop creative solutions to complex technical and managerial problems.
Smyrna, GA
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) is looking for a Junior 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 entry to mid-level researcher with the desire to apply engineering, physics, and math to radar ISR problems of interest to the DoD.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute in Colorado Springs, CO, is seeking engineers and scientists to support research and development efforts focused on RF and optical sensors and on command, control, battle management, and communication systems applied in support of ballistic missile defense (BMD) and space situational awareness (SSA). Research and development tasks will address hardware, algorithms, and performance of RF and electro-optic and infrared (EO/IR) sensors and systems, target modeling to include ballistic missiles and satellites, electronic attack and protection, and environmental effects. Candidates will work from and report to the GTRI field office in Colorado Springs, CO with offices located within the Catalyst Campus.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute in Boston, MA is seeking research engineers or scientists with experience in the areas of software development and machine learning. Candidates will support SEAL’s Command and Control Communication Program Office (C3PO) in the analysis, technology assessment and new capability prototyping for C2 nodes and platforms. Candidates will support teams designing analysis and implementation of alternative hardware and software technologies to update these nodes and in the prototyping of next-generation technologies. Candidates should have strong problem-solving skills and the ability to develop creative solutions to complex technical and managerial problems.
Smyrna, 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.
Smyrna, GA
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has opportunities for a Systems Engineer (SE) research position within the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) in Smyrna, Georgia. The Systems Engineer will work with engineers in the division, lab, and Air Force customer to ensure that systems are well planned and implemented, especially large "systems of systems" configurations. The job will entail learning the requirements and composition of the overall program as well as understanding how the subsystems function across the system and how the subsystems are linked to each other. It will be the responsibility of this engineer to assist the project directors in establishing sound architecture and engineering practices in the technical approach to defining the system.
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.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI's) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) in Washington, D.C. is looking for an experienced Researcher with a desire to apply engineering, physics, and math to ISR problems of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD). The Researcher will conduct applied research in optical and RF ISR sensors and signal processing for applications including radar, Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Electronic Intelligence (ELINT), and Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT). Specific duties may include performing sensor and architecture modeling; systems trade study analysis; signal processing algorithm design and development; Modeling and Simulation (M&S) of sensors and systems at low, medium, and high fidelity; and system performance prediction. Key products include physics-based modeling and simulation tools, system analyses, sensor signal processing algorithms, and real-time prototypes.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) IT team seeks highly motivated co-op students for the upcoming spring 2021 semester.
Atlanta, GA
The Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) RF Photonics and Advanced Materials (RFPAM) Division is currently seeking qualified candidates for a Junior DSP/FPGA Programmer. The successful candidate will conduct analysis, design, development, implementation, and testing of a variety of embedded Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) applications in RF Electronic Warfare systems. This may include applications dealing with signal processing, data communications, system security and mission data. This position will work closely with hardware, software, FPGA and system engineers to ensure the system functionality.
The Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) RF Photonics and Advanced Materials (RFPAM) Division is currently seeking qualified candidates for a Junior Microwave Photonics Researcher. The Junior Researcher will build and expand GTRI’s research portfolio in areas that address current, and future Department of Defense (DoD) needs, and advance the technology readiness level of high-impact technologies. Additionally, the Junior Researcher will perform research in the fields of System Engineering and Microwave Photonics, with focuses on: system requirements development, RF/photonic theory, millimeter-wave design and analysis, integrated circuit design and fabrication, and advanced communication networks and theory.
The Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems (ATAS) laboratory seeks a student research assistant to provide support to engineers during the fall 2020 semester.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute's Undersea System Program Office (USPO) is seeking a dynamic, disciplined, and analytical candidate with extensive US Navy operational experience to augment our current team of talented engineers in San Diego, CA. The successful candidate will provide a crucial balance of advanced research capabilities and extensive operational experience to help us address some of the most challenging undersea-related initiatives promulgated by the US Navy, Joint Forces, and other related Department of Defense (DoD) entities.

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