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Systems Architect and Program Developer ATAS-1624

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Atlanta, GA
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Title: Systems Architect and Program Developer ATAS-1624
JobID: 1624
Location: Atlanta, GA
Description: Senior Research Scientist  ATAS - 1624

The candidate will conduct research on the design and integration of piezoelectric sensing systems into bench-scale and field prototypes.  The design component of the research will be grounded in architecture for the built environment. The integration of piezo electrical and piezo-resistive sensors will involve collaborating with a team of software engineers, mechanical engineers, and research scientists. Integration of electronic components and the user interfaces for processing continuous data input and large datasets, with critical analytical capabilities will be required. Data analysis, interpretation, writing, and preparation of articles for professional and technical journals will be required.  Outreach and technical advisory support to graduate and undergraduate students also will be required. The position will report to the GTRI ATAS Laboratory.


Education: MS, PhD or PhD candidacy preferred

Experience: 5+ years in architecture and systems development with strong background in programming and electrical systems development

Skills: Software development for the built environment with experience in developing human interactive technologies

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