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Electro-optical Engineer (Research Engineer I/II) EOSL 1197

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)


Location:
Atlanta, GA
Date:
08/21/2017
2017-08-212017-09-19
Job Code:
1197
Categories:
  • Engineering
  • Instrumentation and Measurement
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Title: Electro-optical Engineer (Research Engineer I/II) EOSL 1197
JobID: 1197
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: Electro-optical Engineer (Research Engineer I/II) EOSL 1197

This job is for a full-time research faculty position in the Opto-Electronics (OE) Branch in the Electro-Optical Systems Innovation Division (EOSID) with the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). Responsibilities include developing innovative solutions for embedded systems, electro-optical detectors, and high-speed analog and digital electronics, among others; developing novel digital signal processing algorithms and instrumentation control; designing, fabricating, and troubleshooting printed circuit boards; writing technical reports, user manuals, and system/cabling diagrams; and supporting other engineering-related work as needed.

EOSID’s research is performed in the areas of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), Intelligent Sensors and Imaging Systems (ISIS), and Lidar and Active EO Systems. Our team designs, builds, and tests the hardware that turns “Photons into Knowledge.” Key technical areas include Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging Processing and Analysis, EO System and Component Analysis and Characterization, Optical Imaging and Tagging, Lidar System Design, Construction, and Operation, for real-time Topographic, FOPEN, and Bathymetric Airborne Lidar.

We offer a flexible work environment allowing each researcher to pursue his or her interests and strengths, integrated with the overall mission of the branch and the lab.  If you have aspirations for an advanced degree, all the better.  Because GTRI is a research unit within Georgia Tech, you can get your graduate school paid for and pursue a degree in pretty much any engineering, science or math field you desire from a world class research institution.  We highly encourage our research developers to pursue advanced technical degrees and professional development courses.

Education:

  • B.S. M.S. or Ph.D in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related fields

Experience:

  • 0-7 years of professional or graduate experience

Requirements:

  1. Develop hardware and software for various electro-optical systems for a variety of platforms
  2. Make component-level decisions from high-level system requirements
  3. Have experience in building electronics from board-level to system-level
  4. Experience with general electrical lab instrumentation equipment – oscilloscopes, function generators, multi-meters, etc.
  5. Communicate with outside vendors and suppliers
  6. Write technical reports, user manuals, presentations, and requirements documents
  7. Have strong analytical and troubleshooting skills
  8. Be self-motivated and able to work independently on projects
  9. Travel may be involved, as project work may occur in Atlanta or at a location other than Atlanta

Preferred Skills:

  • Matlab, C/C++, Python, C#, VHDL/Verilog, Pulsonix, EAGLE, Altium, Agilent ADS, Mentor Graphics, Vivado, SPICE, BASH, Visual Studio, CUDA
  • Experience with PIC, PSOC, and/or TI microcontrollers
  • Familiarity with analog circuit design – amplifiers, filters, oscillators
  • Previous work in surface mount soldering
  • Familiarity with mil-spec cabling assembly and documentation
  • Knowledge of basic electromagnetics, signal integrity, electromagnetic interference mitigation, and high-speed design practices
  • Experience with FPGAs
  • Experience with spectrum analyzers and network analyzers
  • Real-time operating system experience a plus
  • Previous experience with electro-optical systems is a huge plus!
  • Strong math skills and ability to learn complex engineering concepts
  • Familiarity with Linux and open source tools
  • Ability to clearly communicate technical ideas to non-technical audience

Other:

  • Due to requirements of our Federal contracts, candidate must be US citizens capable of holding a DoD security clearance. Active clearances are a major plus.

 


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