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POST DATE 8/16/2016
END DATE 10/16/2016
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
JOB DESCRIPTIONThe Cyber Systems and Operations Group focuses on enabling full-scope Department of Defense (DoD), intelligence community (IC), and civilian government operations within the cyber domain and across traditional mission domains and sensing layers. The focus is on research and development (R&D) of systems providing situational awareness (SA) and command and control (C2) in the cyber domain. Key research themes involve sense-making, decision support, knowledge representation, visualization, and automated planning. Development thrusts include novel sensors, actuators, human-machine interfaces, and cloud-based, information-sharing architectures. These capabilities are integrated into secure, resilient, cost-effective information-sharing architectures in support of effective mission operations. Group strengths include software development, significant test bed infrastructure, and connections to challenges, people, systems, and data from multiple operational communities. Additionally, the group has access to a number of government systems for integration, deployment, and evaluation of the performance and effectiveness of mission operations. Overall, the group seeks to leap ahead of evolving cyber threats and enable comprehensive and secure use of the cyber domain for military and intelligence missions.
The Cyber Systems and Operations Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory enables DoD, IC, and civilian government operations within the cyber domain and across traditional mission domains and sensing layers. Our focus is on research and development of systems providing situational awareness (SA) and command and control (C2) in the cyber domain to include operations in the overlap of cyberspace and the electromagnetic environment.
The successful candidate will work with our Cyber Electromagnetic team, to research and develop novel techniques and prototypes for cyber electromagnetic capabilities. Experience with and research into software reverse engineering, mobile devices, optical and RF sensors, digital commuications and radar systems, receiver design, geo-location systems, networks. Effective ommunication skills are required, as results will impact programs of national importance.
PhD in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or another related discipline with 5 years experience in General Research in Telecommunications, Wireless Communication and Wireless Network Devices, Hardware Reverse Engineering of Computing Equipment, System Security Vulnerability Analyses. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or genetic information; U.S. citizenship is required.