Lockheed Martin Software Engineer / C++ / MATLAB / Manassas, VA in Manassas, Virginia
Description: Love solving complex problems? Join our Agile team of systems and software engineers developing embedded software in support of the US Navy's sonar and anti-submarine warfare mission!
We are seeking experienced software engineers to develop models and algorithms in MATLAB and C/C++ to enhance and augment the sonar and other auxiliary submarine systems, in addition to using C/C++ programming languages to implement acoustic processing solutions based on those algorithms, but optimized to operate within the boat’s allocated processing and memory footprint. Also includes integrating with other system components and test support/problem resolution across system variants.
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C/C++ Programming Language
MATLAB Programming Language
Proficiency in Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Debug and Problem Resolution
SONAR, ASW Domain Knowledge
Working knowledge of Sonar Signal Conditioning, Beamforming and Post-Processing Techniques
Software Development Lifecycles
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