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VTTI's Center for Infrastructure-Based Safety Systems is seeking a qualified Research Associate to plan, schedule, conduct, and coordinate detailed tasks as part of major transportation safety projects.
VTTI seeks qualified ambitious research engineers interested in answering complex problems through application of advanced research and development techniques. The candidate should have an aptitude for framing research questions, working with complex novel systems, applying appropriate data analysis techniques, and developing robust solutions. The candidate should be an experienced research engineer, or equivalent, capable of working independently and with multidisciplinary teams to improve transportation safety through cutting-edge research.
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.
- Anne Deekens