MZA Welcomes Nick Miller
2012-11-20 15:21:12
MZA is pleased to announce that Nick Miller has joined our Technical Staff as a Scientist in Dayton, Ohio. Prior to joining MZA, Nick was the lab manager of the University of Dayton’s Ladar and Optical Communications Institute (LOCI) supporting graduate research efforts, and leading the design and construction of LOCI’s multi-aperture imaging testbed. He was a design engineer with the advance development group of a Tier-1 automotive supplier (ITT Automotive) where he designed prototype microcontrollers for windshield wiper systems and was the primary inventor on a patent for electro-magnetic interference suppression for relay switched motors. Nick taught AutoCAD, mathematics, and physics at two Dayton-area high schools and with the US Peace Corps in Sierra Leone for a cumulative nine years. He received a MS Electro-Optics degree from the University of Dayton in 2007 for research on sparse aperture imaging conducted at the Air Force Research Lab and a BSEE in 1991 also from the University of Dayton.  His current doctoral studies and research interests are in the areas of coherent imaging, atmospheric compensation and laser radar.