The successful applicant will be responsible for developing and integrating Java-based applications and building web-based GUI applications to execute and display results based on existing Java and C++ scientific and engineering models.
Experience with the Adobe create suite of tools, such as InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop; knowledge of production tools and methodology, and a strong technical aptitude to quickly learn new software and hardware.
Design and execute tests to support development and engineering models for aircraft nuclear hardness, survivability, and vulnerability; interface with our team of engineers and computer scientists, providing advice on engineering model design best practices, and the types of test data that will increase model accuracy.
Design and execute tests to support development and engineering models for aircraft nuclear hardness, survivability, and vulnerability; perform calibration of aircraft thermal hardness models to component test data using optimization methods for purposes of updating thermal models of USAF aircraft.
Prepares and manages export classification matrix (database) and instructs personnel on the licensing ramifications of classifications; participate in and/or conduct internal audits of export documents, processes, and procedures. Investigates suspected export violations as required.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in at least one of: sensor fusion, inertial navigation, or computer vision. The candidate should demonstrate a hands-on approach to problem solving and must be willing to actively participate in field testing and evaluation of algorithm and system performance.
Develop Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) or libraries to interface with NHDBS and weapon output data provided by the Government; develop and document a methodology on how to incorporate future releases of nuclear weapon output data.
Experience in network data analysis, considering structured and unstructured data;experience in intelligence analysis utilizing cyber analytics platforms/tools such as LYNXeon, PALANTIR and network data sources and repositories, including DOD and private industry/commercial threat intel feeds.
Develops methodologies, processes, and technological applications for detecting, locating, identifying, physically and functionally characterizing, modeling and assessing WMD threats to support full dimensional defeat planning and combat operations.
The position requires the ability to develop physics based models in fluid hydrodynamic or structural finite element codes, run those codes on HPC systems, and evaluate the results to guide research and development.
Design and develop embedded software for use in wearable situational awareness (SA) platforms, including software architecture development; use C, C++, and embedded RTOS or Linux on a daily basis and be comfortable with multi-threading and concurrency and with multi-core and heterogeneous processing platforms.
Design and develop embedded software for use in wearable situational awareness (SA) platforms, including software architecture development; support software and system architecture, algorithm design, software development, and experimentation of advanced head tracking algorithms and visualization pipelines.
Provide technical oversight and guidance to a team of analysts and engineers, ensuring focus on the appropriate questions and scope of the problem; perform system engineering trades, analysis, and concept development.
Working with C++, GIS data formats, geo-data processing, cross-platform software development and distributed version control systems; experience in project management and/or leading small teams as well as writing technical design documentation.
The position develops agent-based, discrete event, and system dynamic models of WMD facilities and utilities. The position also provides occasional training to share expertise with junior counterparts and supports exercises to test new methodologies and analytical tools that are under development.