Acoustics Internship at Air Force Research Laboratory
The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is seeking a full-time engineer or scientist to participate with the Battlespace Acoustics Branch team on a wide range of noise and physical acoustics projects. The internship will last for one year beginning fall 2018.
In the Battlespace Acoustics Branch, the successful applicant will assist with measurement, evaluation, and advanced research of defense-related noise topics such as aircraft noise, impulsive weaponry, hearing protection, structural acoustics, and communications.
The ideal participant will have:
1) B.S. or Masters in Acoustics Engineering or Physics,
2) Experience with acoustic signal processing (Matlab desired),
3) Experience in acoustic data collection using National Instruments systems and LabVIEW programming skills,
4) Superior skills in written and verbal communication of technical ideas, and
5) Critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
The successful applicant will also have strong organizational skills and good attention to detail.
AFRL offers a collegial environment and the opportunity to engage with US Department of Defense groups on projects that are both immediately relevant to the warfighter and anticipatory of future challenges.
The participant will receive a competitive stipend and relocation assistance.
Please send your letter of interest and a resume to Dr. Alan Wall, US Air Force, 2610 Seventh Street, Building 441, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH 45433 (or e-mail to email@example.com). Applicant must be a US Citizen.