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NATO Vacancy 180543
Scientist, Tracking and Data Fusion
Primary Location: Italy-La Spezia
NATO Body: Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE)
Salary (Pay Basis): 5,285.21Euro (EUR) Monthly
Do you have recent and relevant experience in developing and implementing advanced techniques for Data Fusion and Tracking? Do you have a demonstrated track record of implementing advanced algorithms into software and using this software to process and understand experimental data, leading to the generation of high quality scientific papers and technical reports? Do you have experience interacting with and satisfying external technical customers?
If the answer to the above questions is yes, then this position may be ideal for you.
1 POST CONTEXT
The Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) is an executive body of the Science and Technology Organization (STO) and is governed by the provisions of the STO Charter. Within the framework of the STO in-house delivery business model, the CMRE organizes and conducts scientific research and technology development and deliver innovative field-tested S&T solutions to address the defence and security needs of the Alliance.
The CMRE Research Department conducts research oriented toward systems and physical processes in the maritime domain.
The Tracking and Data Fusion Scientist is an A2 position in the Maritime Unmanned Systems for ASW (MUS for ASW) project within the CASW programme. Duties will be performed under the guidance of the MUS for ASW Project Leader and the CASW Programme Manager.
2 MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIES
The candidate will conduct research on the use of autonomous active and passive sonar networks for the tracking of submarine targets. Duties will include: experimentation with manned and autonomous sensor networks during sea trials; development of advanced multi-target tracking and data fusion algorithms; the testing of these algorithms on experimental data collected during sea trials, both in real-time and in post-analysis, to validate and further guide the development of the algorithms; and the writing of technical documents documenting achieved results.
The incumbent maybe required to perform other related duties.
3 QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
3.2 DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS