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Electronic Warfare Analysis and Applications Engineer (Research Engineer/Scientist I/II) ACL- 705

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Electronic Warfare Analysis and Applications Engineer (Research Engineer/Scientist I/II) ACL- 705
JobID: 705
Location: Atlanta, GA

Working Title: Electronic Warfare Analysis and Applications Engineer

Internal Title: Research Engineer/Scientist I/II


Position: Full Time

Level: RE I/II

Primary Location: Atlanta, GA

Travel Required: 10% CONUS

Lab: Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL)

Reporting To: Signals and Systems

Job Description

The role of this position is to conduct analysis of advanced aerospace platforms and systems in a complex operational environment.  The position requires development of state-of-the-art modeling and simulation tools to perform critical analysis of system performance.  A solid analytic ability is a major asset in this position.




An MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Math, Aerospace Engineering or related discipline is required. 2 to 5 years of relevant experience is desired.

  • Experience in aerospace systems, EO/IR or Radar for air and ground based applications is desired. A working knowledge of aerospace systems environment is desired. In addition, experience in electronic warfare techniques is highly desired. Knowledge of modeling and simulation of complex systems is critical.  Experience with real time simulation and associated systems is an advantage.  An MS in Electrical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Physics, Math or related discipline is required, a PhD is highly desired. 
  • Communication skills, both written and oral, are critical. This person will be responsible for briefing program activities directly to sponsors at senior levels within the government.
  • US Citizenship and ability to obtain a Top Secret security clearance are required. 


Advanced Concepts Laboratory (ACL)

ACL focuses on the transition of basic academic research in electromagnetic effects and devices into prototype systems that demonstrate new capabilities. The capabilities of interest are typically sensing, scattering control, electromagnetic field control and measurement, and signal filtering, all of which support GTRI’s core system-level capabilities. In support of this work the laboratory develops and maintains world-class modeling and measurement capabilities for electromagnetic phenomena, from quasi-static to UV wavelengths. ACL is a leader in precise radio frequency (RF) and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) measurements in addition to technology development.


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Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

GTRI is a highly-regarded applied research and development organization. Each day, GTRI’s science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe.


GTRI redefines innovation by tackling customers’ most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity and practicality. Our expert scientists and engineers turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action. We have been a trusted government and industry partner since 1934.


GTRI has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work by the Atlanta Business Chronicle 4 of the last 5 years!