Posted: 02-06-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground

Level: Graduate Student 

General Topic: Computer Science  

Description of Research: The Julia programming language aims to solve the “two-language” problem by being as easy to write as python and as fast to run as C. However, it is not widely used in guidance navigation and controls (GNC) communities. Transitioning work in flight simulation, control theory, state estimation, image-based navigation, reinforcement learning, and other areas goes far beyond syntax differences. We’re looking for candidates with strong coding and problem-solving skills to help us figure out how to do GNC research with this new tool.

 

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