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Ready to join a dynamic research team? The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) seeks talented mechanical engineers, who enjoy solving complex problems.
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute seeks professional to manage automotive and transportation research projects within its Center for Automated Vehicle Systems (CAVS).
The Human Factors research group at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute is currently accepting applications for the part time position of Data Reductionist. The job involves working in our computer labs to analyze digital video collected in various research projects in order to analyze and document driver behavior, road conditions, etc. following detailed protocols.
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