ISN could not pursue its challenging research mission without the talents of a wide variety of people, including:
More than 40 faculty members and research scientists from a dozen different academic departments
More than 100 graduate students and postdoctoral associates
14 staff members at ISN Headquarters
Visitors from industry, the government, and academia
If you are a graduate or undergraduate student interested in working at the ISN, it is important to note that ISN is an Army-affilliated Research Center (UARC), not an academic department; ISN cannot admit students or confer degrees. In order to work on ISN research, students and post-docs must be assigned by ISN-affilliated MIT faculty. If you are interested in other job opportunities at the ISN, please see the official Careers page on the MIT Human Resources website.