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FPGA / Hardware Researcher - CIPHER - 1429

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)


Location:
Atlanta, GA
Date:
07/27/2017
2017-07-272017-08-26
Job Code:
1429
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Title: FPGA / Hardware Researcher - CIPHER - 1429
JobID: 1429
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: Job Description: The Embedded Applications branch of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) seeks a computer scientist or engineer with interest in the development of novel cutting-edge software tools to support research in embedded systems hardware security.  The candidate will work in a collaborative environment with a premier team of researchers and will be offered interesting and varied work on a variety of novel projects, including employee suggested and lead research projects. The candidate may also work with other units within the Georgia Tech community to perform interdisciplinary research in embedded system security. 

 Embedded Applications researchers regularly attend and publish at leading conferences and enjoy great benefits and flexible working hours. GTRI also provides financial support to its employees in their pursuit of higher education, and gives access to other opportunities for self-improvement and learning.

  • Research faculty to support software development for research in the areas of embedded systems applications, security, and trust. 

Research Areas:

  • Embedded systems applications, security, and trust
  • Reconfigurable computing and programmable logic devices
  • Microelectronic hardware security
  • Custom CAD/EDA tools
  • Formal methods and verification
  • Real-time data processing and display

Education: 

Research Scientist I

This is the initial rank held by research personnel who have at least a bachelor's degree and who will be performing on a professional level.

Research Scientist II

In addition to the years in rank requirement, this rank requires one (1) of the following:

  • A Master’s degree and three (3) years of relevant full-time experience after completion of that degree,
  • A Master’s degree and five (5) years of relevant full-time experience after completion of a Bachelor’s degree, or
  • A Doctoral degree.

Required experience/skills:

  • Experience with FPGA design or research
  • C++ or Python programming

Desired experience/skills:

  • Knowledge of graph theory/analytics/visualization or combinatorial mathematics
  • Knowledge of EDA tools/development (e.g., Xilinx Vivado for FPGAs)

Other: Candidate must a U.S. citizen and eligible to pursue a Secret DoD security clearance


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