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The Georgia Tech Research Institute's (GTRI) Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL) IT team seeks a highly motivated co-op student beginning summer 2021.
The Systems Engineering Research Division at Georgia Tech Research Institute seeks Graduate Research Assistants for the fall 2021 semester.
The CIPHER-IT-BOPs division seeks co-ops and interns to work in a collaborative environment providing Business Operations support to CIPHER employees with procurement, asset management, shipping and receiving, technical writing, space planning and management, and metrics creation.
TMPO researches microelectronic applications, CAD tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them. TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, and other microelectronics. TMPO employees are Research Faculty of Georgia Tech and have the opportunity for dual appointments and teaching positions with other departments of the university. TMPO is a division of GTRI's cyber security lab which contains 300+ engineers and scientists and represents >10% of the total research award funding at Georgia Tech. Researchers in this position will be responsible for the research and development of software infrastructure to support and enable exploration and implementation of security and trust mechanisms within microelectronic systems. Potential research opportunities include enhancing reconfigurable computing device design via custom software to support analysis, design, testing, assurance, and emulation of microelectronics (e.g., FPGAs); leveraging and extending conventional EDA/CAD tools to provide security enhancements to designs; developing custom EDA/CAD tools; modeling detailed microelectronic architecture; exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; and researching formal assurance of design tools and algorithms. Senior researchers will also be expected to lead projects/efforts, mentor junior engineers, participate in writing proposals, white papers, reports, and technical papers. Occasional travel to support meetings, reviews, and system deployments is possible for some team members.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Lab has opportunities for part-time interns in Orlando, FL to support DoD test/training range research and development.
The Mechanical Integrator will drive program integration efforts in support of multiple sponsored research programs. This role supports cross-functional program planning, communication of program status between program personnel, and tracking of program activities from initial fabrication through final test to meet quality and schedule targets. Custom, fully-functional, fully-integrated system hardware and full documentation are the principal deliverables for these programs, which include radar and other sensor systems, state-of-the-art electronics, and advanced systems for ground-based, naval, airborne, and space applications.
The Systems Engineer/Data Modeler within the Applied Open Architectures Branch (AOAB) located in Smyrna, Georgia will perform programming and/or modeling and simulation work supporting a variety of sponsored research. The position will also utilize Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Open Systems Architectures, including utilizing one or more of the following Systems Modeling Languages/Tools: MagicDraw, Cameo Systems Modeler, Enterprise Architect, Rational Rhapsody, etc.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) is currently seeking Co-op/interns in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) for summer 2021.
The Special Secure Computing Division (S2CD) seeks Student Assistants starting the summer 2021 semester.
GTRI’s Support Services (SSD) seeks Student Assistants (SA) who will be working on projects for spring 2021. The SA will assist with projects and escorting contractors within GTRI.
The CIPHER-IT Application Support Team (AST) seeks Co-op students starting in the Summer 2021 semester (May 2021 start date)
Georgia Tech Research Institutes's (GTRI) Trusted Microelectronics Program Office (TMPO) seeks a computer scientist or engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools to support microelectronics security and trust research. TMPO researches microelectronic applications, CAD tools, architectures, and materials to evaluate the security, trust, and reliability of microelectronic devices and the critical systems which rely upon them. TMPO develops tools and techniques in the areas of assurance, anti-tamper, and reliability for FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, microcontrollers, and other microelectronics. TMPO employees are Research Faculty of Georgia Tech and have the opportunity for dual appointments and teaching positions with other departments of the university. TMPO is a division of GTRI's cyber security lab which contains 300+ engineers and scientists and represents >10% of the total research award funding at Georgia Tech. Researchers in this position will be responsible for the research and development of software infrastructure to support and enable exploration and implementation of security and trust mechanisms within microelectronic systems. Potential research opportunities include enhancing reconfigurable computing device design via custom software to support analysis, design, testing, assurance, and emulation of microelectronics (e.g., FPGAs); leveraging and extending conventional EDA/CAD tools to provide security enhancements to designs; developing custom EDA/CAD tools; modeling detailed microelectronic architecture; exploring novel synthesis, implementation, and place & route algorithms for ASICs and FPGA designs; and researching formal assurance of design tools and algorithms.
The Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is seeking engineers/scientists who have interest and experience in conducting applied research in radar electronic protection (EP), such as EP algorithm development, performance assessment, and supporting EP modernization efforts. As a researcher in the Surface Based Radar Electronic Protection Program Office within SEAL's Air and Missile Defense Division (AMDD), candidates will conduct cutting-edge research efforts to assess and improve the EP capability of major US DoD radar acquisition and modernization efforts, with emphasis on ground-based air and missile defense applications.
The GTRI Director's Office seeks student assistants to provide support to the Leadership and Administrative team of the GTRI Director’s Office starting spring 2021 semester.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute in Colorado Springs, CO is seeking senior engineers and scientists with recognized experience and subject matter expertise in RF and optical sensors and command, control, battle management, and communication systems applied in support of ballistic missile defense (BMD) and space situational awareness (SSA). Candidates will work from and report to the GTRI field office in Colorado Springs, CO with offices located within the Catalyst Campus.
San Antonio, TX
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Training Site Lead in the Electronic Systems Lab (ELSYS) will oversee daily training operations at the EW training facility in San Antonio. The EW site supports 32 total EW courses over a 4 year period providing high-quality EW training to U.S. FMS partner nation military personnel. The site lead will oversee the local San Antonio subcontractor, who will provide EW course delivery and support functions (Information Technology (IT), Security, Academic Course Administration, Translator, and Registrar).
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Technical Demonstrations Researcher in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) performs research for rapid assessment of advanced sensors and Electronic Warfare (EW) technologies. Additionally, the EW Technical Demonstrations Researcher will lead modeling, simulation, and demonstrations of systems at various Test Readiness Levels (TRL) in the Integrated Demonstrations and Applications Laboratory (IDAL) on Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. The EW Technical Demonstrations researcher will also provide project and team leadership for the IDAL team.
The Electronic Warfare (EW) Technical Demonstrations Researcher position in the Test Engineering Division (TEN) performs research for rapid assessment of advanced sensors and Electronic Warfare (EW) technologies. Additionally, the EW Technical Demonstrations Researcher will conduct modeling, simulation, and demonstrations of systems at various Test Readiness Levels (TRL) in the Integrated Demonstrations and Applications Laboratory (IDAL) at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
Georgia Tech Research Institute's Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL) is currently seeking students to join our Software Engineering and Architecture Division for the summer 2021 semester.
The Electronic Systems Laboratory (ELSYS) Systems Engineering Research Division (SERD) seeks Graduate Research Assistants who are well-versed in systems engineering and strategic decision support for a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) position in the Methods and Analysis Development Branch (MADB) for fall 2021.

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