James Quattrocchi is the Jr Software Engineer for Occam Technology Group. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Florida State University. As part of his undergraduate research experience, he worked on numerous microcontroller-based projects using embedded C. He was Lead Computer Engineer for a project team that designed a mass flow controller capable of providing gas to Hall-effect thrusters. James led the development of the protype’s control system, power supply, and electronics used during testing at one of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center vacuum chambers. James also has experience with high-power superconducting cables through experimental research conducted at the FSU Center for Advanced Power Systems.
James joined Occam seeking new challenges and exciting opportunities. As a Jr Software Engineer, he will be a key asset in assisting the development team with all aspects of software design and coding. We are very excited to have James joining our team of experienced engineers and bring new ideas to our growing company.