- Doctoral degree
- Master of Science
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor's degree
- Master's degree
- Analysis skills
- Signal processing
SRI International, an over 75-year strong pioneering research institute, has a rich history supporting government and industry. Our innovations have created new industries, billions of dollars in market value and lasting benefits to society. SRI is organized around broad disciplines and capabilities, with research and development divisions and labs to groups who excel at identifying new opportunities, developing products and creating custom solutions. Our organization is driven by impact - delivering unique solutions for the world's important challenges and transforming ideas into reality for clients and partners.
At our SRI International, Ann Arbor, MI campus, we have an opening for a Senior Research Engineer with experience with synthetic aperture radar. The Senior Research Engineer will participate in multi-disciplinary, collaborative teams and contribute to the development of state-of-the-art remote sensing solutions and surveillance technologies. Projects will include the development of advanced sensor concepts to exploit new and unique phenomenology, and the associated design and validation activities.
Primary responsibilities include:
Work with an interdisciplinary team developing algorithms for exploitation of sensor data in geospatial contexts.
Formation and analysis of imagery products, development of advanced signal processing tools for image understanding and imagery exploitation, and the integration of data from multiple sources to enhance understanding.
Programming, algorithm development, design and execution of radar computational models & simulations, and analysis of results.
Additional tasks include defining software and system interfaces, system integration and testing, and field support to experiments and demonstrations.
This position is within the Advanced Technology and Systems Division (ATSD). The vision of ATSD is to create competitive advantages for our customers by inventing new technology and concepts resulting in disruptive, low cost, and high-performance solutions. The division advances the state of the art in diverse areas such as radar and electronic warfare; novel imaging technology; robotics; quantum sensing and metrology; marine technology; and applied optics.
M.S. or Ph.D. degree with 3+ years of relevant experience; or B.S. with 8+ years of relevant experience.
U.S. Citizenship is required along with the ability to obtain and maintain a U.S. government security clearance.
Experience associated with radar and signal/data processing for synthetic aperture radar.
Experience with algorithm implementations in MATLAB and development in C and/or C++.
Solid analytical ability.
For Colorado residents, the salary range is: $81,576 - $168,250
SRI has a competitive benefits package, to view details please go to https://www.sri.com/resources/benefits/