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Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking an Intern for its Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) for Fall 2024.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) is currently seeking students to assist Research Engineers with modeling and simulation, circuit design, and testing. Students should be interested in learning about electromagnetics, RF engineering, high power microwaves (HPM), radar, and electronic warfare.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking a Graduate Research Assistant in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) for the Fall of 2024.
Atlanta, GA
-Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Support Services Department (SSD) is currently seeking a student assistant to begin working part-time. The student will work under the guidance of a GTRI administrative manager to perform the following activities which will provide a solid foundation for the student in many business administrative duties such as creating manuals, spreadsheets, and sharpening computer skills.
Smyrna, GA
The Research Security department seeks a Student Assistant to provide operational support starting Summer 2024 in the Smyrna, GA facility.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Embedded System Hardware/Firmware Co-op Students in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division for the Fall of 2024.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Embedded System Hardware/Firmware Interns in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division for the Fall of 2024.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Embedded System Software Co-op Students in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division for the Fall of 2024.
The Embedded Real-Time Software Engineer is responsible for developing hard real-time embedded systems software.
The Embedded Real-Time Software Engineer is responsible for developing hard real-time embedded systems software.
The Embedded Real-Time Software Engineer is responsible for developing hard real-time embedded systems software.
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for the research and development of state-of-the-art mechanical and electro-mechanical systems. This includes ideation, design, analysis, manufacture, implementation, integration, and testing of components, subsystems, and full systems, as well as guiding their successful deployment and implementation in a variety of environments.
RF/Radar Systems Engineers work with a team to perform advanced system and algorithm development using established systems engineering approaches. Based on detailed trade studies and requirements analyses, radar systems engineers develop solutions to satisfy system requirements and perform functions related to all aspects of radar system design.
The Embedded Software/Firmware Engineer is responsible for developing algorithms and code for real-time signal processing to include communication and data transfer between system level hardware and embedded hardware. The Embedded Software/Firmware Engineer develops designs based on embedded firmware systems, such as Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), Digital Signal Processors (DSPs), microcontrollers/computers, Application-Specific Integrated Circuits/systems (ASICs), and or Graphics Processor Units (GPUs).
GTRI’s Force Protection Systems Branch (FPSB) in the Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) is seeking an Intern for Fall 2024.
The Test Engineering Division (TEN) develops Hardware in the Loop (HITL) test sets, test tools, analysis tools and test methods for US Air Force, Army, Navy sponsors.
The Test Engineering Division (TEN) in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) develops Hardware in the Loop (HITL) test sets, test tools, analysis tools and test methods for US Air Force, Army, and Navy sponsors.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Secure Information Systems (SIS) Division is currently seeking a researcher to stand up a Multi-Level Security (MLS) and Cross Domain Solution (CDS) testing environment.
Atlanta, GA
GTRI is searching for a Machine Learning Researcher to work in the Assured Software and Information Division (ASID) in the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research(CIPHER) Lab. ASID is a new unit focusing on developing and implementing analytical methods to assure the security and integrity of data, software, algorithms, and cyber-connected devices. ASID research areas of interest include: foundations and applications of AI/ML, information theory, quantitative reasoning, programming language theory, formal methods, abstract interpretation, symbolic analysis, static and dynamic analysis, malware analysis, fuzzing, natural language processing, and other fundamental mathematical-based knowledge applied to diverse cyber problems. Machine LearningResearchers are responsible for researching, architecting, and managing machine learning algorithms, guiding data collection and generation processes, developing data representations and modeling processes for cyber systems. Core tasks will include model selection and implementation, identification and definition of performance metrics, and rigorous analysis of model performance (e.g., scaling behavior, metric choice, etc.). The CIPHER Lab has programs across a wide range of cybersecurity topics, including secure information systems, cyber-physical systems, reverse engineering, software and hardware assurance, trusted microelectronics, command and control systems, cyber threat analysis, and novel computing and information storage approaches including quantum and molecular systems. The goal of ASID is to grow a forward-looking capability in quantitative methods that brings innovative
Atlanta, GA
GTRI is searching for a junior level Software Analyst to work on the Cyber Electronic Warfare Techniques (CEW-T) team within the Embedded Systems Vulnerability Division (ESVD) in the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab. The Software Analyst will join an established team of experts in the reverse engineering and characterization of battlefield electronic systems. The software analyst will support assessment of software and/or firmware of embedded electronic systems that make up various subcomponents of Communications, Electronic Warfare, Avionics, and Radar Systems.

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