Nima 2015 summer interns

While you may have seen the latest goings-on of our interns in recent blog posts, we would like to officially introduce the Nima summer interns! Hailing from all parts of the world – even Norway and Sweden – these students and recent grads have already jumped in head first to get to know Nima and provide support for our engineering, chemistry and marketing departments. Please join us in welcoming them!

Pawel Kupsc, a postgrad student at Stanford University who calls Sweden home, is excited to be working with our firmware and electrical engineering team as we take the Nima sensor into the next stage of development.

Garret McGregor comes to us from Villanova with an expected graduation date of 2019 to help our mechanical engineering team and learn the ins and outs of CAD. While he doesn’t have food allergies, he is a breakfast connoisseur and eats all the bacon he can get!

Chemistry Intern Steven Quintero also joins us from Stanford after graduating this year. Since he has no food allergies, he is more than willing to eat the carbs the rest of us can’t have. He’s looking forward to learning new skills in chemical biology and experiencing the startup culture.

Ingvild Sandmo crossed the big blue ocean from Norway after graduating from University of Tromsoe this year to add an international perspective to our marketing department. She loves healthy and fresh food, but can’t turn down anything with dark chocolate.

Franchesca “Franky” Spektor from UC-Berkeley is our design whiz, adding a sharp creative eye to our marketing team.

Adding to our contingent of MIT grads and students, Alex Springer is helping our mechancial engineering team as we ramp, scale and set up our supply chain logistics.

Last but certainly not least, from Dartmouth comes Jeffrey Yates, who is excited to assist the mechanical engineering team with development and testing of the Nima sensor.

Stay tuned for more updates from our interns as they take on food testing one french fry at a time!