Summer Internship - 1262
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: In a partnership between Georgia Tech’s executive vice-president for research, Dr. Steve Cross and the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s (GTRI) chief scientist, Dr. Lora Weiss, GTRI is establishing an undergraduate research initiative. The first announcement under this initiative is a paid, 10-week undergraduate internship program that will begin May 22, 2017 and run through July 28, 2017. The program provides students with hands-on research experiences across multiple areas of interest and is open to undergraduate students. The internship opportunity gives students the ability to work on real problems and large-scale complex systems. The internship program will match students with GTRI mentors to engage in innovative, hands-on assignments that will enhance each student’s educational experience. Opportunities exist across the organization and include projects that support testing and evaluation, system development, engineering and prototyping, applied electromagnetics and materials research, secure information and communications systems, threat systems research and development, electronic warfare, modeling and simulation, radar, sensors, optics, acoustics, digital media, web development, embedded systems, healthcare analytics, robotics and unmanned systems, cybersecurity and aerospace technologies. Projects may include but are not limited to:
•Low-frequency acoustic transmitter techniques for underground oil detection
•Acoustic phased array noise-source analysis
•High-speed jet flow imaging
•Jet engine noise prediction
•Wavelet techniques for gas flow
•Wind tunnel measurements
•Small UAV flight testing
•Active propeller noise control
•Jet thrust measurements
•Web-based software development
•Python application development
•STEM high-school rapid prototype development program
•Smart-city embedded infrastructure
•Embedded system security
•Clinical decision-support software
•Large-scale health data networks
•Value-based healthcare software
•Open-source software development
•All-sky camera temperature control
•Sensor data integration – FUSE
•Machine learning for data analytics
•Threat systems research and development
•Radar signal processing
•Modeling and simulation
More information about our research labs can be found at https://www.gtri.gatech.edu/labs.
To apply, please submit your resume by March 15.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is a world-renowned and highly respected applied research and development organization, with primary focus on technology for national security**. Each day, GTRI’s scientific and engineering expertise is utilized to solve the toughest problems facing government and industry across our nation and around the globe. GTRI researchers redefine innovation by tackling sponsors’ most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity and practicality. Our analysts, scientists and engineers turn ideas into viable solutions through rapid design, prototyping and test cycles in order to derive the “optimal” solutions at a pace necessary to meet the demands of a complex world. GTRI’s tagline: “Problem. Solved.”
**Please note that, due to the nature of our project work, students must have U.S. citizenship.
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