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Research Positions, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab

The Cyber Warfare Systems group at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (JHUAPL) in Laurel, MD is seeking Ph.D. candidates & graduates for exciting and rewarding full time research positions in computer science and cyber security.

JHUAPL is a University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) that does nonprofit government sponsored research. The Cyber Warfare Systems group focuses on developing platforms to enable the US military to execute cyber missions at scale. In order to deliver critical contributions to critical challenges, it is vital that APL’s highly skilled technical staff includes the unique perspectives of PhD level scientists and engineers. We offer outstanding multi-disciplined computer and engineering teams to work with while researching and developing cutting-edge technologies across a large spectrum of disciplines that contribute greatly to government research. Are you interested?

Interested candidates should apply here and email their CV to with the subject line "Cyber Warfare Systems Research Position". I am a researcher in the Cyber Warfare Systems group and would be happy to answer any questions or help arrange interviews. I can attest that JHUAPL’s culture, work life balance, and salary/benefits are all excellent! Because of the nature of the work, US citizenship is required for these positions. JHUAPL is an Equal-Opportunity employer.