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Antenna and Radar Research Engineer/Scientist (Junior level) -1013

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

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Title: Antenna and Radar Research Engineer/Scientist (Junior level) -1013
JobID: 1013
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Description: Antenna and Radar Research Engineer/Scientist (Junior level)

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Job Classification:             Research Faculty

Areas of Expertise:          Antenna, Radar

Functional Roles:              Hardware Design/Dev; Modeling/Simulation; System Engineering

Degree:                Bachelor’s; Master's

Level of Experience:       Junior; Mid Level

Field of Study:   Electrical Engineering; Physics; Other

Rank:     Research Engineer I (REI); Research Scientist I (RSI); Research Engineer II (REII); Research Scientist II (RSII)

Location:              Smyrna, GA

Job Type:             Full Time

Labs/Support Units:        Sensors & Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory (SEAL)


The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in Atlanta, GA is looking for radar engineers and scientists with interest in assessing the performance of domestic and foreign radar systems.  The radar assessment requires system-level knowledge of radar with a focus on the antenna subsystem of the radar.  We value bright and intellectually curious professionals and provide a work environment that allows work / life balance and opportunity.  We invite you to look for opportunities at GTRI.

Education: BS or MS in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or related field. 0-5 years experience.

Specific areas of interest include but are not limited to:

Radar Analysis and Hardware

  • Performance assessment of domestic and foreign radar design and technology
  • Radar hardware test and integration
  • Performance analysis and limitations
  • Radar data analysis, tracking, and discrimination,
  • Signal processing and waveforms (including high resolution), and
  • EA/EP techniques

Antenna Hardware –

  • Performance assessment of domestic and foreign antenna design and technology,
  • Antenna test and integration (including antenna measurements),
  • Modeling and simulation experience with Matlab (experience with electromagnetic computational codes like HFSS and FEKO a plus),
  • Interest in antenna design and electromagnetic theory, and
  • Experience and/or interest with antenna-related hardware

Candidates must have the ability to work independently while contributing to team efforts. GTRI seeks individuals with strong problem solving skills that are able to develop creative solutions. Interest in taking on technical leadership roles, making technical presentations, and writing reports is a plus.

Must be a US citizen able to obtain a DoD security clearance.  Ability to obtain Top Secret and SCI clearances desired but not a requirement.

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