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The Electronic Warfare (EW) Test and Evaluation (T&E) Researcher in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) will research the testing of EW and Avionics systems. This research involves the development of specialized hardware and software toolsets to create complex test environments for the Missile Warning System (MWS), Radar Warning Receiver (RWR), and Electronic Attack (EA) systems. These test environments incorporate EW engagement models, use of Department of Defense (DOD) and industry test standards, open standards definition, and usage of automated test frameworks.
The Avionics System Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs. Additionally, this position is responsible for task and team leadership, including mentoring junior engineers in Avionics Systems Engineering and supporting division-level technical strategy. The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) researches military aircraft specializing in avionics, electronic warfare, autonomous systems, and tactical communication/datalink systems. The ESID team's engineering roles include Applied Systems Engineering, Datalink Engineering, Embedded Software, Enterprise Software, Augmented/Virtual Reality, and Test Engineering.
Atlanta, GA
The Avionics System Engineer in the Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Electronic Systems Integration Division (ESID) supports system integration and software development projects for Department of Defense (DoD) manned and unmanned aircraft improvement programs.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Radio Frequency (RF) System Engineer in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) will research the testing of EW systems. This research involves the development of specialized hardware and software toolsets to create complex test environments for Radars, Radar Warning Receivers (RWR), and Electronic Attack (EA) systems. These test environments incorporate EW engagement models, use of Department of Defense (DOD) and industry test standards, open standards definition, and usage of automated test frameworks. The RF system engineer will specifically research advanced methods for creating high fidelity complex RF environments in a lab setting, enabling realistic EW testing. The environments will incorporate the creation and synchronization of RF threat Radar signals, application of realistic RF channel effects and evaluation of EW system response to the environment.
GTRI Information Systems runs a large enterprise support effort. The Enterprise Systems Infrastructure Lead will be responsible for the overall management of all infrastructure that support GTRI’s Enterprise Systems Department as well as all GTRI wide Linux efforts. This involves managing two main OS types (RHEL and Ubuntu) that comprises ~300 individual computers. Additionally, this will involve managing and maintaining a large Oracle Rac database instance. Finally, this position will be responsible for managing the daily activities and work direction of three direct reports. A candidate should also be capable of working independently and effectively with minimal supervision.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking a Co-op Student in the Test Engineering Division (TEN), Electronic Warfare Training Branch (EWTB) for spring 2022. TEN researches next generation Aircraft Protection systems used to shield US and coalition aircraft from adversary radar and missile systems. These complex systems provide advanced detection of adversary systems which enable aircraft to avoid or counter these systems and return home safely.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking an Internship student in the Test Engineering Division (TEN), Electronic Warfare Training Branch (EWTB) for spring 2022. TEN researches next generation Aircraft Protection systems used to shield US and coalition aircraft from adversary radar and missile systems. These complex systems provide advanced detection of adversary systems which enable aircraft to avoid or counter these systems and return home safely.
GTRI’s Biosensing and Signal Analytics Branch in the Aerospace and Acoustics Technologies Division (AATD) within the Aerospace, Transportation, and Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS) is looking for a researcher with experience in Signal Processing and Machine Learning. The Biosensing and Signal Analytics Branch (BSAB) focuses on advanced signal processing, machine learning, algorithm development, and sensor technologies for developing, testing and integrating technologies in support of the Department of Defense. BSAB primary work is in physiological and environmental sensing, communications, tactical sensing and related tactical applications, and testing and evaluation. The ideal candidate for this position will be a motivated researcher with previous experience in signal processing and machine learning who can think outside of the box and is looking for a dynamic and challenging work environment.
The Optical Scientist/Engineer II/Sr in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) leverages knowledge and skills from the fields of optical sciences and optics manufacturing to research, design, model, analyze, assemble, integrate, and test complex EO-IR systems for applications in imaging, remote sensing, and telecommunications.
The Principal Optical Scientist/Engineer in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) leverages knowledge and skills from the fields of optical sciences and optics manufacturing to research, design, model, analyze, assemble, integrate, and test complex EO-IR systems for applications in imaging, remote sensing, and telecommunications.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) and Avionics Software Researcher in the Electronics Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Test Engineering Division (TEN) will develop software applications for EW and avionics Hardware-in-the-Loop (HITL) test systems. These systems provide high fidelity simulation and stimulation of real-time Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR), Radio Frequency (RF), and avionics environments for testing EW and avionics systems ensuring these systems protect aircraft from ground and airborne threats.
The Senior Electronic Warfare (EW) and Avionics Software Researcher in the Electronics Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Test Engineering Division (TEN) will develop software applications for EW and avionics Hardware-in-the-Loop (HITL) test systems. These systems provide high fidelity simulation and stimulation of real-time Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR), Radio Frequency (RF), and avionics environments for testing EW and avionics systems ensuring these systems protect aircraft from ground and airborne threats.
The ATAS laboratory is searching for an experienced analyst to be part of a predictive maintenance and analytics research team. The position will support aerospace vehicle predictive analytics challenges for government sponsors. These multi-million dollar programs offer the opportunity for applied Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) research, development, and deployment of cutting-edge data pipeline technologies. The ideal candidate is familiar with neural net model development and predictive analytics. Primary research areas of interest will include a background in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and/or Machine Learning (ML), python model development, predictive analytics, data science technical metrics, and data pipeline concepts.
The Operations Capabilities Analyst II/SR in the Operational Capabilities Branch (OCB) of the Signals and Systems Division (SASD) involves applying analysis techniques to solve challenging real-world problems related to national defense. SASD engages in research in Information Warfare, advanced threat analysis, operational employment concepts, advanced EM spectrum management, test and evaluation, and knowledge management primarily through the application of modeling and simulation.
GTRI's Dayton Field Office seeks a student researcher for Spring Semester. The position will primarily involve the design and implementation of data analysis software pipelines using scripting languages and web-based visualization frameworks.
GTRI's Dayton Field Office seeks undergraduate students for a 12- to 14-week Spring Semester internship. The position will primarily involve software development work on an open-source modeling and simulation engine. If selected for this internship, your contributions will not only make a difference to our research projects, but will also be visible to others by virtue of the open source nature of this tool.
GTRI's Dayton Field Office seeks undergraduate students for a 12- to 14-week Spring Semester internship. The position will primarily involve software development work on an open-source modeling and simulation engine. If selected for this internship, your contributions will not only make a difference to our research projects, but will also be visible to others by virtue of the open source nature of this tool.
The ATAS laboratory is searching for a junior researcher experienced in aerospace data analysis to be part of a predictive maintenance and analytics research team addressing applied government predictive analytics challenges. Core job responsibilities are focused on helping with post-flight data analysis and conditioning, algorithm development in python for modeling and trend analysis, and assessment of corresponding technical metrics. These multi-million dollar programs will offer the additional opportunity for learning and developing applied Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) models. The ideal candidate is familiar with aerospace data analysis, python algorithm development, and working with flight measurements. Specific note is given to working on manned fixed-wing or rotorcraft sensor suites for post-flight data processing. The candidate should have experience working as an analyst as well as some background in algorithm development. Relevant model backgrounds of interest include semi-empirical, analytical, regression, predictive, or advanced models (such as AI/ML, neural nets, etc).
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a highly qualified researcher with interest in leading a branch focused on the pursuit of novel techniques for developing with, and for, reconfigurable devices for the purposes of supporting microelectronics security research.
The Information Technology department of GTRI-SEAL in Cobb County, GA (Smyrna) is looking for a knowledgeable, motivated, and hardworking CyberSecurity professional whose primary duties will be in the design, deployment, management, and administration of GTRI's secure information technology infrastructure. 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, secure and update systems using Security Technical Implementation Guides, and deploy system updates to hardware and software.

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