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Assist in the Research and Development efforts of the Signal and Information Sciences Laboratory by directing and participating in design, implementation, testing, and evaluation of data management applications to support DoD modeling and simulation activities.
Design, develop, test and integrate software and data structures to meet requirements of sponsored research projects. Test software developed by non-ARL:UT project personnel. Communicate with project team members and supervisors for timely implementation of project requirements. Develop requirements, design, test documentation. Contribute to research publications and software documentation. Prepare and deliver presentations of project updates. Technical direction of student employees.
Other related functions as assigned.
Master's degree in a required area and five/more years experience in software development for data engineering/process analysis/interoperability. 5 years experience: Developing software in Java/C++; distributed data/web services technologies (Spring, ActiveMQ/RabbitMQ/OMG/DDS/ETL/JAXB/WSDL); User interface development/information visualization (OWF). 3 years experience: developing rules/reasoning based solutions for decision support/course of action analysis/system design validation; documenting/evaluating software architectures, estimating level-of-effort metrics, presenting designs; generating M/S data for military training/test/evaluation/analysis/planning systems. Knowledge of:Ontology development/alignment/semantic web technologies/modeling/knowledge representation; Development of military (HLA/DIS/TENA) distributed models/simulations; defense related data standards (Ucore/C2Core/DDMS/MSC-DMS/GFM DI XML/NFDD/SEDRIS EDCS/GML/TSPI/Sensor standards/geospatial standards). Coursework or development of distributed knowledge, information fusion, or data fusion applications. Coursework, work experience, or research in discrete event simulation. Cumulative GPA of 3.0.
May work around standard office conditions Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation Use of manual dexterity Some weekend, evening and holiday work. Frequent use of manuals and books. Work in shared, windowless office space. Some intrastate/interstate travel.