October 21 & 22, 2017
October 22, 2017
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Nick is a recent UC Davis mechanical engineering graduate. He enjoys building and programming CNC machines, surf trips along the California coast, and home brewing belgian ales.
Most recently Nick has become fascinated with the field of ocean engineering, and is working to combine sensors with mechatronic systems for ocean research projects.
Contact me at nraymond(at)makermedia(dot)com
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