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Atlanta, GA
The Operations Research Analyst in the Electronic Warfare Modeling and Analysis Division (EWMAD) will conduct advanced threats analysis, develop operational employment concepts, research advanced EM spectrum management, conduct test and evaluation, and develop knowledge management concepts focused on the application of modeling and simulation.
Atlanta, GA
The Cloud Engineer designs solutions and resolves issues related to application virtualization and cloud infrastructure projects with modest levels of support. The engineer works closely with sponsors on iterative projects in a security sensitive environment supporting a wide array of management tools and system architectures.
Patuxent River, MD
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking a dynamic and experienced candidate to join the EW Modeling and Analysis Division (EWMAD) of the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) to be based in Lexington Park, MD.
Atlanta, GA
The Electronic Warfare Analysis Branch (EWAB) specializes in the modeling, simulation and analysis of 1-on-1 to many-on-many, RF-based threat encounters, target tracking, and RF countermeasures for the Department of Defense (DoD).
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) is currently seeking Student Assistants for the Spring 2022 semester to assist the Research Team.
Huntsville, AL
The Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) is currently seeking Co-Ops for the Spring 2022 semester to assist the Research Team.
The Intelligent Sustainable Technologies Division at GTRI is seeking an undergraduate student to assist with the development of a software tool used to automate project management tasks within the division. The application is developed in Python and uses a SQL-like backend database for data management, though future efforts will also include a web frontend interface. This student will work closely with division leadership and administrators to address bugs and develop new features for the tool.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is searching for a proven leader with extensive leadership experience for the position of Associate Laboratory Director for Business Development in the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL). ICL is one of the eight business units of GTRI and conducts research at all levels of information sciences including data collection, sensors, communications, networks, data models, information exchange, trust, application development, advanced computing, algorithms, human factors, analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. Research programs support a wide range of sponsors across national security, health, public safety, State, and industry. ICL currently has over 200 researchers and staff performing over $60M in research per year.
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.
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.
Tampa
The Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) is looking for a senior researcher with interest and experience in program/project management, electronic warfare (EW), radar systems, and signal processing. The technical program manager will enhance the effectiveness of multi-disciplinary engineering teams as well as interact with sponsors and stakeholders on current programs and prospective research opportunities. The ISR Division focuses on advanced signal processing, adaptive sensor technologies, advanced algorithms, machine learning, and modeling and simulation for applications that include airborne radar, EW, 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 desire to apply engineering management skills to complex sensing problems of interest to the DoD.
Smyrna, GA
The Undersea Systems Program Office has projects that focus on advanced signal processing, adaptive sensor technologies, machine learning, and modeling and simulation for applications that include acoustics, undersea and cross-domain sensing, autonomy. The program office supports many components of the Navy and the Department of Defense, including the Office of Naval Research, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency, and multiple Navy acquisition program offices. Key products include physics-based modeling and simulation tools, system analyses, sensor signal processing algorithms, and real-time prototypes. This is a part-time role.
Atlanta, GA
The Quantum Systems (QS) Division of the Georgia Tech Research Institute's Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab is seeking self-motivated individuals with experience in quantum sensor or computing research. The division is composed of a large team of scientists and engineers from disciplines including physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, optical science, mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemical engineering. QS employees perform fundamental research exploring next-generation technologies based on exotic physical phenomena, working to prove that devices based on these technologies can provide real-world solutions relevant to sponsors. Our research portfolio includes funded programs in trapped-ion quantum computing, simulation, and sensing, quantum magnetometry and electrometry, molecular data storage technology, mass spectrometry, and chemical sensing. Support is also available for development of projects outside of existing areas of research. QS researchers frequently contribute to projects in other GTRI labs and CIPHER divisions involving research in other topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, communications, biophysics, security, and optics. The candidate will be expected to work independently and effectively in a highly collaborative, multi-disciplinary team environment. Affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology and located on its main campus in Atlanta Georgia, GTRI offers a unique opportunity to conduct applied research in a university setting. Employees in this position are encouraged to publish academic literature and pursue collaborations with academic, government, and industry partners.
GTRI’s Support Services (SSD) seeks Student Assistants (SA) for the Delivery Services area starting Spring 2022
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL) in Huntsville, AL is seeks qualified candidates for the position of Associate Laboratory Director.
GTRI’s Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Lab seeks co-ops to start Summer 2022. You will be working with the Secure Information Systems Division on developing and maintaining web application software for a variety of different projects and will use HTML, CSS, Javascript, Java, and OracleSQL in your day-to-day activities.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has opportunities for Model-Based Systems Engineer research positions within the Sensor and Electromagnetic Application Laboratory (SEAL) in Smyrna, Georgia. The mission of SEAL’s Model-Based Systems Engineering Group is to perform analysis, architecture development and design and engineering functions for complex systems, which includes sensor performance, signal processing, electronic warning, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems deployed on land, air and sea.
Atlanta, GA
The purpose of this job is to lead the technical design and support of our end-user computing environment. Responsible for the day-to-day operational activities of the End-user computing environment, including but not limited to windows, mac, and linux workstation provisioning, deployment, and maintenance; leveraging configuration management tools to effectively manage a fleet of heterogeneous systems; compliance auditing, vulnerability and patch remediation; Work closely with leadership, stakeholders, and Project/Process Management to effectively translate business strategy and objectives into technological capability. This position will interact, advise and counsel on a regular basis with staff, third party vendors, and service providers.
Atlanta, GA
Program Managers direct and oversee a portfolio of research projects and internal and external sponsors/stakeholders. They are responsible both for technical execution, schedule, and budget of assigned portfolio. Develops planning of programs and future projects through interaction with stakeholders. Develop trusted relationships with sponsors and also serve in an advisory capacity to critical stakeholders defining the technical direction of projects and technical thrusts.
Warner Robins, GA
Systems Engineers lead technical teams through systems definition and requirements engineering, design synthesis, and systems analysis and the design, implementation, operation and technical management of systems projects.

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