Welcome to GRIP!
At the Georgia Tech Research Institue (GTRI), we develop advanced technology solutions and large-scale system prototypes to address the most difficult problems in national security, economic development, and overall human betterment. As a world-renowned and highly respected applied research and development organization, we combine science, engineering, economics, policy, and technical expertise to solve complex problems. Discover how GRIP can further develop effective and practical solutions that you submit. Students have the opportunity to work and expand the idea you submit with other students and mentors that will crack tough problems facing the government and industry across our nation and around the globe. Our team of experts bring the right mix of talent, experience, and creativity to turn ideas into workable solutions.
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An Applied Research Opportunity
In a partnership between Georgia Tech’s executive vice-president for research and the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s (GTRI) Chief Technology Officer (CTO), GTRI is establishing an undergraduate research initiative. The first announcement under this initiative is a paid, 10-week undergraduate internship program that will begin May 15, 2023 and run through July 21, 2023.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is a world-renowned and highly respected applied research and development organization, with primary focus on technology for national security. Each day, GTRI’s scientific and engineering expertise is utilized to solve the toughest problems facing government and industry across our nation and around the globe.
- May 15, 2023 through July 21, 2023.
- 40 hours per week; $20+ per hour.
- All undergraduate majors considered. Rising 3rd and 4th year, preferred. Graduate students now being accepted.
- Most of our positions conduct research for the US federal government and by contract are required to be US Citizens.
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