Millivision's Multi-Disciplinary Management Team
Paul E. Nicholas | President and Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Nicholas joined Millivision in September of 2005 to lead the company’s transition from the research and development stage to the commercialization stage. He is a senior operating executive with over 30 years of domestic and international experience building and operating a broad range of technology businesses ranging from early stage start-ups to large business units in billion dollar corporations. Over the past decade he has focused on creating viable businesses and companies through the commercialization of technology and innovation. Prior to Millivision he was President and COO of two early stage companies, PenFact Inc in Boston and Gearworks in Minneapolis. Mr. Nicholas also held leadership positions at GTE Cybertrust and BBN technologies and a variety of executive positions in software, services and marketing at Digital Equipment Corporation. Mr. Nicholas earned a BSBA from Boston University, an MBA from Babson College and has attended executive education programs at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Thomas Williams | Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Dr. Williams began his career in various engineering and program management positions at Digital Equipment Corporation. Later, as Vice President of Engineering at DataViews and Amerinex AI, he was the founder and a key principal in the development of complex software tools and solutions for advanced imaging and artificial intelligence applications. He has directed and contributed his talents at a number of millimeter wave applications companies, including the predecessor companies of Millivision Technologies.
Dr. Williams has managed engineering staffs of 40 people, has published various articles in the field, has developed several patents, and earned his PhD in Computer Science, his MS and BS all from the University of Massachusetts.
Dr. Nitin Vaidya | Lead Research Engineer (Image Processing)
With Millivision Technologies and its predecessors for eight years, Dr. Vaidya has been instrumental in the mathematical modeling of image formation in active and passive millimeter wave imaging systems, and algorithm design and prototyping for image processing, image understanding, and target detection in radar, as well as, radiometric imagery.
Dr. Vaidya earned his Doctor of Philosophy and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Ohio State University, has published numerous articles and has authored Millivision’s last three patents pending.