For more than seventy-seven years, the Georgia Tech Research Institute has built a reputation as one of the world's premier applied research and development organizations. Each day, GTRI's science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe.
GTRI tackles customers' most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity, and practicality. Nearly 1,600 expert scientists, engineers, and support staff turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action.
A non-profit research institute, GTRI teams with its customers to attack their problems with passion and objectivity. In 2011, GTRI earned more than $200 million in sponsored research contracts from government and industry.
GTRI and Georgia Tech's academic units have complementary missions and work together to solve real-world problems. The strong connection to Georgia Tech opens the door to the vast intellectual resources of one of America's leading research universities. In addition, GTRI is the largest employer of Georgia Tech students, annually providing hands-on research experience to nearly 350 future innovators.
GTRI is home to 8 distinct research units, among them is the Cyber Technology and Information Security Laboratory (CTISL), which conducts applied research focused on secure information systems, network vulnerability, and mission assurance within the cyber domain. CTISL engineers apply the latest technologies in signal and protocol exploitation, web crawling, malware analysis, and reverse engineering of embedded and application binaries. CTISL also develops and designs secure, resilient enterprise networks for command and control, and secure database applications, services and perimeter guards.
For more information about GTRI, please visit www.gtri.gatech.edu