Space Dynamics Laboratory

About Space Dynamics Laboratory

As a nonprofit unit of the Utah State University Research Foundation, Space Dynamics Lab (SDL) has been solving the technical challenges faced by the military, science community, and industry since 1959.

SDL works with the Department of Defense and industry in defending and protecting our nation as well as supporting NASA’s vision to “reveal the unknown for the benefit of humankind.”

SDL’s solutions include improved data gathering and analysis tools for all branches of the military and powerful remote and in situ sensing solutions—with an emphasis in electro-optical sensing in the near UV to far IR.

It is, has been, and will continue to be the policy of the Utah State University Space Dynamics Lab ("SDL") to provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, transgender status, veteran status, national origin, disability; or any other status protected by SDL policy or local, state or federal law. Further, it is the policy of SDL to undertake affirmative action in compliance with all federal, state and local requirements. We wish to take this opportunity to issue a formal reaffirmation of this policy and to assure each applicant, employee and party with whom we do business of our personal commitment to our equal opportunity and affirmative action objectives.

The Human Resources Director, Sharon Giles, is the official who has been assigned primary management responsibility and accountability for ensuring full compliance with the provisions of E.O. 11246, as amended, and with implementing all applicable regulations. Inquiries should be directed to:

Director of Human Resources
Sharon Giles


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