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Co-Op - GTRI SEAL - Sensor Systems Engineering Division - 982

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Smyrna, GA
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Title: Co-Op - GTRI SEAL - Sensor Systems Engineering Division - 982
JobID: 982
Location: Smyrna, GA
Description: NOTE:  This position is located at the Cobb County Research Facility in Smyrna, GA.

GTRI/SEAL is looking for co-op students to assist Research Engineers in various tasks, including hardware design, assembly and test, and test instrumentation programming using LabView. Students should be interested in learning about RF, digital, and analog circuit design. Desired hardware experience includes familiarity with test instrumentation: network analyzers and oscilloscopes. Familiarity with voltage meters is preferred but not required. Familiarity with machine shop tools, specifically band saws and soldering tools is desired. Familiarity with a mill and knowledge of PCB schematic capture, layout and fabrication process is preferred, but not required. Desired software skills include experience with some of the following C, C++, Matlab, LabView, SolidWorks, Inventor, Autocad, and ADS/Genesys. Minimum 3.25 GPA.


Due to contracting requirements with the US Department of Defense, candidates for this position must be U.S. citizens.

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