Electronic Design, Real-Time Computing
Aaron Nix-Gomez specializes in the design of digital electronics and development of real-time systems. He has experience creating embedded real-time systems to collect data from custom and commercial interface boards, process, record, and distribute the data. Currently he is working on software for the AN/BQH-9, AN/UNQ-9, and their data simulators. Mr. Nix-Gomez joined the Laboratory in 1997.
B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1995
M.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Washington, 1997
M.S. Computer Science, The Johns Hopkins University, 2004