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Mission: ARL:UT's research spans the spectrum from basic inquiries into the nature of signal and noise fields in acoustics and electromagnetics, to the development of prototype sonar systems for use by the US Navy, to cutting edge independent research such as 3-D ...
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ARL:UT is home to some of the world’s most advanced research teams in the areas of acoustics, electromagnetics, and information sciences. Our sponsors include branches of the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, NIH, and agencies from the Intelligence Community.
ARL:UT offers relocation packages, exceptional benefits, staff education programs, and a casual work environment. Employees enjoy the added benefit of living in the dynamic city of Austin. The culture here supports a high quality of life and fosters creativity and innovation.
Research and development professionals make up the majority of ARL:UT's total staff of approximately 750, and opportunities exist for all degree-level candidates in aerospace, computer, electrical, and mechanical engineering, as well as in computer science, physics, and mathematics.
Applied Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Austin (ARL:UT), is a Department of Defense University-Affiliated Research Center (UARC).
Since 1945, ARL:UT has been engaged in sponsored research dedicated to improving our national security through applications of acoustics, electromagnetics, and information sciences.
As the largest and one of the oldest research units of the university and a member of the Vice President for Research portfolio, ARL:UT is highly engaged in the three traditional roles of a major university - research, education, and public service.
I worked at Applied Research Laboratories full-time (More than 3 years)
Everything you do goes to further the defense of our great nation
Reliance on military budgeting schedules can be a little tense
Advice to Management
None, these folks do a great job!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Applied Research Laboratories.
Talked a little about my education background, my work experience, etc, then about 20-25 minutes of grilling me with questions. The questions you either knew the answer or didn't - nothing to see how you think or work through a problem.
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