Signature exploitation/reduction
at ORAU Workforce Solutions

Date Posted: 1/26/2019

Opportunity Description

Title of Research Oppotunity: Signature exploitation/reduction Located at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is the Army's central laboratory. Its diverse assortment of unique facilities and dedicated workforce of government and private sector partners make up the largest source of world-class integrated research and analysis in the Army. The Applied Physics Branch of the US Army Research Laboratory is looking for an applicant for a post-doctoral fellowship in the area signature exploitation/reduction to include complete knowledge of the electromagnetic spectrum and the wide range of possible sensors which take advantage of the various signatures of threats and vehicle/building platforms. Focus for sensors is likely to be support for active protection/adaptive armor. Both theoretical and experimental expertise is required of the candidate who should be able to 'think out of the box' and initiate solutions based on an examination of the problem presented and the current state of the art in various technologies. The successful applicant will have a PhD in Physics or a related discipline with an excess of 5 years’ experience in the field. This research opportunity is open to U.S. Citizens only. Keywords: Active Protection, threat sensor, threat tracking, vehicle protection

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Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) administers Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) research participation programs for civilians such as:

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Research Associateship Program (RAP) allow Postdoctoral Fellows, Journeyman Fellows (undergraduate and graduates students and recent graduates), Senior Researchers, and Summer Faculty engage in research initiatives of their own choice, that are compatible with the interests of the government and will potentially contribute to the general effort of the ARL. Scientists and engineers at ARL help shape and execute the Army's program for meeting the challenge of developing technologies that will support Army forces in meeting future operational needs.

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