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GTRI, an applied research unit of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Deputy Director of Research (DDR) for the Electronics, Optics, and Systems Directorate (EOSD).
As a visiting research student supporting GTRI’s Applied System Laboratory your roles and responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Provide desktop IT support as a computer support representative (CSR) • Maintain hardware and software for client/server infrastructure • Author scripts for patching and hardening compliance • Conduct manual and automated security reviews to remediate findings • Support events in conference rooms requiring CSR assistance
Subject matter expert who leverages a wide range of knowledge, experience and deep analytic skill to research foreign civil, military and commercial capabilities, technical developments; regional issues; geographic, cultural and biographic data and system vulnerabilities.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) seeks a student intern to join our Intelligent Systems Design (ISD) team for Fall 2024. Students will assist Research Engineers in various Software Development related tasks. Students should be interested in learning about aircraft sustainment and modernization processes, tools, and datasets, creating updated processes and toolsets, and employing continuous process improvement practices.
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) is currently seeking a Co-op Student within the Command, Control, and Communications Division’s (C3D) C3 Rapid Electronic and Electromagnetic Design (CREED) Branch for Fall 2024.
-The Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking an Embedded Software/Firmware Engineer Graduate Research Assistant (GRA).
GTRI’s Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) seeks a Student Assistant, in the San Diego field office for Fall 2024.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking an Aerospace / Mechanical Engineering Intern in the Air National Guard Program Division – Tucson.
Air National Guard Programs Division is predominantly focused on delivering combat capability to the Air National Guard through sponsor-focused systems upgrades, testing, and training programs.
- The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) seeks an Intern in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) for the Fall 2024 semester in Warner Robins, GA.
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.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) seeks an intern to join our Spectrum Warfare Operations and Research Division (SWORD) team for Fall 2024. Students will assist Research Engineers in various Hardware Development related tasks. Students should be interested in learning about aircraft electronics, radio frequency systems/testing, embedded software development, Linux operating systems, digital signal processing, and software-defined radios (SDR) technology.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) seeks an intern to join our Spectrum Warfare Operations and Research Division (SWORD) team for Fall 2024. Students will assist Research Engineers in various Hardware Development related tasks. Students should be interested in learning about aircraft electronics, equipment packaging, modernization processes, equipment installation processes, component fabrication, component testing, and employing continuous process improvement practices.
Washington, DC
The Advanced Research in Computing and Artificial Intelligence Division (ARCAID) within the ICL Lab is seeking an Experienced AI/ML Research Engineer to join our team of passionate researchers. We seek an experienced Engineer who can develop AI and ML solutions in support AI research efforts leveraging the latest tools and techniques to realize solutions for the nation’s most challenging problems. The ideal candidate will have broad experience and expertise in applied of AI/ML. A strong candidate will have a passion for researching novel solutions for a wide range of research domains to include DoD, DOE and Healthcare industry. This position will focus on the design, development and deployment of AI/ML models. The candidate will work closely with staff members in a collaborative working environment. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, results-oriented professional. We are seeking people who get excited about working with data developing novel AI/ML solutions. The ARCAID Division works with a diverse group of organizations and agencies in National Security and the public health space. The ideal candidate must be able to communicate complex technical material clearly to a wide variety of audiences including academia, conference proceedings, management, business development leads, prospective and existing customers.
-The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Embedded System Mechanical Co-op Students in the Applied Embedded Systems (AES) Division for the Fall of 2024.
The Assured Software and Information Division (ASID) is seeking a Graduate Intern for Fall 2024 with an interest in cybersecurity. ASID’s core research areas are software assurance, ML/AI algorithm security, and quantitative methods.
The Software Assurance Branch of the Georgia Institute of Technology Research Institute seeks a computer scientist or engineer with an interest in secure software development, software reverse engineering, software vulnerability assessment, and software exploitation. The ideal candidate will show a well-rounded interest in computing research in general, with a specific interest in the aforementioned focus areas. The candidate will work with a technically savvy team of software experts to perform intelligent software analysis (including vulnerability research), reverse engineering (including malware analysis), and research and development on secure cyber systems. The candidate will also work with other units within the Georgia Institute of Technology community to perform interdisciplinary research in secure computing. The ideal candidate will have an interest in growing his or her professional career by establishing a line of secure computing research to grow out of his or her work with the Software Assurance team. This position is in the Assured Software and Information Division (ASID) of GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab. 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 cross-disciplinary methods and techniques to the laboratory’s diverse cyber research portfolio. Current efforts include projects in adversarial machine learning, code and binary analysis, cyber-physical system reverse engineering, cyber system resilience, and natural language processing applied to cybersecurity.
The Air National Guard Program Division (ANGPD) is predominantly focused on delivering combat capability to the Air National Guard through sponsor-focused systems upgrades, testing, and training programs.
Atlanta, GA
The Health Emerging & Advanced Technologies Division (HEAT-D) has a goal to grow a forward-looking, comprehensive capability in health data exchange and analytics technologies that brings innovative, cross-disciplinary methods and emerging techniques to the laboratory’s diverse information science portfolio. Current efforts include a portfolio of projects in federal and state public health, industry and foundational sponsorships, and internally funded research that encompasses clinical phenotyping, natural language processing, machine learning, synthetic data generation and interoperability and security standards and protocols, among other technologies and applications, for data exchange between electronic health records and reporting systems. The corpus of work naturally encompasses crucial cybersecurity and privacy considerations or technologies to ensure data security, HIPAA rules, authentication and authorization protocols, and IRB privacy protocols for research datasets, among others. This work is integral to developing robust and scalable proof-of-concept solutions. The Health Interoperability & Security Branch (HIS-B) focuses on applying health interoperability and security solutions to integrating health data systems for a wide variety of projects in multiple domains, including clinical care, research, public health improvement, cost and quality, and consumer-based health applications.
The Robotic Branch of the Intelligent Sustainable Technologies Division(ISTD) within Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to work on various aspects of dexterous control of a robotic arm and small mobile platforms.

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