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Software Developer - Research Engineer/Scientist |/|| - ATAS 1608

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Software Developer - Research Engineer/Scientist |/|| - ATAS 1608
JobID: 1608
Location: Atlanta, GA

Title:  Software Developer

Position:  Full Time

Level:  Research Engineer/Scientist I/II

Primary Location:  Atlanta, GA

Travel Required:  Limited travel

Lab: Aerospace Transportation & Advanced Systems Laboratory (ATAS)

Reporting To: Food Processing Technology Division

Job Description



Education: BS/MS EE, ECE, Computer Science or equivalent.


Experience:  0-5 years’ experience; post-graduate education may substitute for work experience.  The candidate must be proficient in C and C++ in Windows, Linux, and/or other real-time operating systems, as well as have experience with other languages such as Python, Java and/or Matlab. Essential skills will include algorithm development and analysis, vision processing, and graphical user interfaces. Experience in robotic system development, unmanned systems autonomy and control, and/or digital signal processing is desirable.


Skills: Requires project/task management, writing and presentation skills, documentation, and report and proposal preparation.


Other:  Must be US citizen and capable of obtaining a security clearance. Selection process will include passing a pre-employment background screening.





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