Nick first worked for Pixel Forensics Incorporated, his father’s startup company. They provide products and services to locate, analyze, and search all forms of multimedia such as video, images, and audio. There, he built proprietary software to annotate video segments as well as assisted in the development of the multimedia triage applications. While working for PFI, during the summer he spent his time working for the Burlington Recreation Department as well. He worked with elementary school children at a public park leading activities such as dodge-ball to keep them fit and entertained.
Starting in the summer 2016, Nick left both PFI and the Burlington Recreation department and started working at MITRE, a federally funded research and development center. There, he has built proprietary software to verify memory sanitization of a classified system, he has assisted in development of a next generation GPS receiver’s software, and he has researched and tested the layer 2 security of network systems. Currently, he is continuing to work at MITRE full time over school breaks and the summer as well as part time during the school year.
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