The Hume Center for National Security and Technology is a fast-growing center at Virginia Tech, and currently supports over 100 faculty, staff, and graduate students. We are constantly looking for additional talent to support our programs as faculty, researchers, program managers, and administrative professionals. Opportunities exist both at the main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, and at the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington, Virginia. We primarily seek US citizens and permanent residents to support our defense-funded research projects.
Research Associate in Computer Science, Intelligent Systems Lab
This is a research and development position that may be based in Blacksburg or Arlington, Virginia and is part of the Hume Center’s Intelligent Systems Lab (ISL). For more details and to apply, click the link below.
Research Faculty Open Rank, Electronic Systems Lab
Electronic Systems Lab is actively seeking junior researchers with expertise and a desire to apply their skills in the areas of digital communications, RF machine learning, and quantum information towards solving national security challenges. Help us develop the next generation of talent supporting the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community!.
Research Associate / Senior Research Associate, Aerospace and Ocean Systems Lab
This is a research and development position based in Blacksburg, Virginia and is part of the Hume Center’s Aerospace and Ocean Systems Lab (AOSL). AOSL brings together researchers from aerospace and ocean systems engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering, systems engineering, computer science, AI/ML, and other fields to develop interdisciplinary solutions to cutting-edge technological challenges in platforms, including satellites, UAVs, UUVs, and drone swarms involving hardware, algorithms, sensor networks and phenomenologies, and more.
Research Assistant Professor / Research Associate Professor / Research Professor
The Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology at Virginia Tech is seeking motivated applicants are sought to join as Research Assistant Professor, Research Associate Professor, or Research Professor to support rapid growth in our body of programs in resilient C4ISR Missions, Signals Intelligence & Cyber Operations and Autonomy and Orchestration. Rank will be determined based upon experience and credentials.